You are invited to be a 2017 Breck Film Fest Volunteer! Why volunteer with the Breck Film Fest? Meet new friends Help bring great film experiences to Breckenridge Build the arts & culture community Get free tickets! Volunteers receive: 1 shift worked = 1 free ticket 2 shifts worked = 2 free tickets 3 shifts worked = 5 free tickets Since its opening event in 1981, the Breckenridge Film Festival has celebrated the art of film making. Each year a unique and varied array of independent films, premieres, receptions, educational programs and retrospectives honoring featured guests takes place high in the Colorado Rockies. Volunteers are what make the festival possible! More than 150 volunteers will make the 2017 festival a success, and we need you to help! Thank you for helping us make the [...]
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Film Festival Tennis Tournament Big Success! The Breckenridge Film Festival, in partnership with the The Town of Breckenridge, held its annual Film Fest tennis tournament on Saturday, July 9th at the Breck Rec’s Tennis Center, raising funds for the Free Children’s Programming at the 4-day film festival scheduled for September 15-18. […]
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"Festival Reviews" Article Interview with Festival Director Janice Kurbjun (Breckenridge Film Festival) Since its opening event in 1981, the Breckenridge Film Festival has celebrated the art of filmmaking. Each year a unique and varied array of independent films, premieres, receptions, educational programs and retrospectives honoring featured guests takes place high in the Colorado Rockies. Currently celebrating its 36th year, the Festival has hosted such guests as Alan Arkin, James Earl Jones, Robert Loggia, Marsha Mason, Sydney Pollack, Mary Steenburgen, Donald Sutherland, Eva Marie Saint, Jon Voight, Lou Diamond Phillips, Jon Favreau, Michael York , Jo Beth Williams, Connie Nielsen, Irvin Kershner, Thomas Haden Church, AnnaSophia Robb and DB Sweeney. Educational outreach programs, children’s films, celebrity guests, independent filmmaker forums and other events celebrating the art of film, contribute to the Festival’s diverse program. The University of Colorado [...]
You believe in the power of film to impact humanity. You believe media, and the motion picture in particular, are windows into the world beyond your own. Your passion makes your vision real, and your ingenuity matches your initiative. You’ve got skills in spades. The Breckenridge Film Festival seeks people like you. On this page, you’ll learn more about our employment and internship opportunities. About the Breckenridge Film Festival: Founded in 1981, the Breckenridge Film Festival (BFF) is a 501(c)(3) private, non-profit organization governed by a volunteer board of directors. Since its opening, the Breckenridge Film Festival has celebrated the art of filmmaking. Each year, a unique and varied array of major studio premieres, independent films, receptions, educational programs and retrospectives honoring featured guests takes place high in the Colorado [...]
Click on image to view online magazine. Our spring issue features plein air painting by Amy Evans; the renovation of the Breckenridge Theater and what the upgrades offer to its resident tenant, Breckenridge Backstage Theatre; and our new WAVE festival, which will transform the local landscape using cutting edge digital media. In addition, this issue profiles a variety of movers and shakers on the local creative scene: arts administrator and musician Cecile L. Forsberg, environmental photographer-filmmaker Pete McBride, bikini designer Marisa Orlandi, and Town Councilman Gary Gallagher talking about our creative economy.
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Congratulations to All 2015 Winners Best Drama - Redemption of a Broken Mind Best Short Drama - The Bravest, the Boldest Best Short Comedy - The Answers Best Documentary - Marcus Best Adventure - The Rocky Mountains Traverse Best Animation - Heavenly Peace Best Spiritual - Crocodile Gennadiy Best Student - Day One Best Director- Jose Julian Vasquez in Redemption of a Broken Mind Best Actor- Marc Menchaca in Reparation Best Actress- Virginia Newcomb in Reparation Best Supporting Actor- Jon Huertas in Reparation Best Supporting Actress- Kathleen Wilhoite in A Sort of Homecoming Best Editing- Gena Bleier & Moon Molson in The Bravest, the Boldest Best Cinematography- Andrew Wheeler in Winter Light Best Music- Marcus Best Child Actor- Kwesi Boyake in Sketch Best Child Actress- Dale Dye Thomas in Reparation Best Writing (Screenplay)- Kyle Ham & Steve Timm in Reparation Audience Award- [...]
Colorado Films Colorado Filmmakers In Attendance To Represent 7 Colorado Documentaries In the spotlight at the 35th Annual Breckenridge Film Festival are Colorado filmmakers, some new to the arena and some veteran and Academy Award winning. Thanks to the support of Ron Henderson and Marilyn Marsh St. Veltri of the Denver Film Society, and Meg Lass and Mary Rianoshek, founding members of the Breckenridge Film Festival, these acclaimed Colorado filmmakers will be in attendance at the 2015 festival to represent their films. They will also participate in a 3 p.m. forum moderated by Colorado Film Commissioner Donald Zuckerman about filmmaking in Colorado. Academy Award winning director Daniel Junge will be in attendance on Sunday, Sept. 20, with his film,“Being Evel,” which closes out the festival. The film has toured the festival circuit, from Sundance to Telluride [...]