Colorado Short Films: Documentaries
Sun, May 19, 2019 at 1:00 AM - 2:30 AM
Broomfield Auditorium - Broomfield, CO
3 Community Park Rd
Want to see what filmmakers are doing in Colorado? Don't miss Colorado Shorts, a series of six documentary films from the presented May 18 at the Broomfield Auditorium, 3 Community Park Road in Broomfield. If we want we can all hang out afterwards and discuss the films over drinks at some place nearby. Let's meet at 6:40 inside the lobby near the couch and then try to find a block of seats together. The screening, for ages 16 and up, is presented by the Broomfield Film Project, a program of the Broomfield Council on the Arts & Humanities. Tickets for the festival cost $8 and can be ordered online (with a service fee) here: https://coloradoshorts.brownpapertickets.com/ Here are the short films that will be presented: "Go Debbie" produced by filmmaker Jane Wells, is the story of a Vietnam veteran Debbie who loses her job, her home, and her life's savings. Undaunted, she pursued her dream and is now living happily as a pink-haired activist. "Jim's Camelot" produced by Landon Miller and Kemerton Hargrove, is the story of Jim Bishop who has dedicated his life to building a castle all by himself in the mountains of Colorado. "The Last Honey Hunter," produced by Ben Ayers, Renan Ozturk and Travis Rummel, follows the the Kulung people of Nepal's Hongu River valley and their ancient religion of animism. "Luthier," produced by Thomas Stevenson and Timothy Stevenson, follows the unorthodox life and craft of Tom Hicks, a veteran ski patrolman and luthier. "Manos De Una Mujer," produced by Briana Burciaga, follows the struggles of a dauntless Hispanic single mother and their effect on her daughter. "Ute Mountain Tribal Park: Meditations, Blessings and Prayers," produced by Leland Collins, Serenity Ham, Charles Lehi, Kasity Porambo, Kerwin Tom and Destiny Whiteman, features the beautiful park and explores how a new generation of Ute tribe members must find a balance between the challenges of a rapidly changing world and the preservation of cultural identity.