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Family Programming makes...


Amidst more than 50 films screening during the Sept. 18-21 weekend at the Breckenridge Film Festival, a full program exists for families with teenagers and young adults.

Starting at 2 p.m. Friday with the Summit High School Program, families can enjoy programming ranging from the 3 p.m. showing of "Emma" and "The Magic Bracelet" at the Breckenridge Theater, featuring brave young women faced with terminal illnesses and their quest to overcome, to the 6 p.m. Adventure Reel, featuring adventure sports around the globe at The Riverwalk Center. Additional programming includes the 7 p.m. Spiritual Program at Breckenridge Christian Ministries.

Film Review: Wrenched


July 25, 2014

Breck Film Fest Screens Highly Regarded Environmental Films

Edward Abbey is lauded, rightly so, as the godfather of environmental activism. His words and actions inspired a new generation of environmentalists, from EarthFirst! to more extreme groups like Earth Liberation Front.

Wrenched is the tale of the modern environmental movement, launched by Abbey in his seminal work The Monkey Wrench Gang. Through archival footage and interviews with the master himself, Wrenched relives sequences such as pouring sand into bulldozer gas tanks and cutting down billboards to the FBI investigation that resulted in prison sentences for some of the eco-warriors.

Film Review: Una Vida

by Brad Williamson

'Una Vida' story, cinematography are 'sublime,' critic says

Winner of multiple awards during the 2014 film festival circuit, Una Vida is dedicated to finding a cure for Alzheimer's disease, an homage to the musical culture of New Orleans, and at its core a story of redemption for all of the central characters.

Film Review: Bis Gleich

Quiet Gem for 2014 Breckenridge Film Festival
by Beth Groundwater

Bis Gleich is a quiet gem of a short drama that will appear in the upcoming September 18-21 Breckenridge Film Festival, packed full of films that will make you laugh or cry, gasp in fear or wonder and that will stir your heart. Bis Gleich, which is German for "see you soon" or "till then," is a film about "an unspoken connection between two elderly neighbors, who share a daily ritual but who have never actually met, that deepens when they face the inevitable...together," according to the filmmaker.

Oscar Nomination for Lady in Number 6!

Lady in Number 6

We are so excited to learn that one of our 2013 Documentary Short Films has been nominated for an Oscar!

Lady in Number 6: Music Saved My Life 

The Lady In Number 6 is one of the most inspirational and uplifting stories of the year. 109 year old, Alice Herz Sommer, the world's oldest pianist and Holocaust survivor shares her story ...

See more at Oscar.go.com

Attendee Testimonial

Jeffrey L.

There is no Festival like Breckenridge. A large Indie presence, Colorado Premiers of Feature Films, up-close and personal with the stars but with a warmth and intimacy all its own... We're Good At It.

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