Thursday, April 14, 2011


The Indie Spirit Film Festival is this week, April 14-17th. Please come out to watch a film, support local filmmaking and volunteer if you have some extra time.

They are still looking for some volunteers to help with ticketing and odd jobs. If you have a block of 3-4 hours or more that you can help, you will help our film community greatly. Contact or 290-3126 asap.

Please support our local filmmakers at their film screenings.
"Home Run King" - Matt Nelson
Screens Friday, April 15th at 9pm

"Return" - Cyd Chartier Cohn
Screens Friday, April 15th at 12:15pm and Saturday, April 16th at 5:30pm

So Far From Home" - Steve Mack
Screens Sunday, April 17th at 11:45am

"Invisible Voices" - Ping Chong
Screens Saturday, April 16th at 2pm and 8pm

Buy tickets for ISFF films at

Tickets cost $10 for these festival screenings.


Filmmakers Alliance and Indie Spirit FF present:
Local Colorado Springs Film Screening @ ISFF

Or come out on Saturday or Sunday mornings to watch special FREE local screening sessions. We have some amazing local film shorts that are film festival worthy. We'll have several of the filmmakers available for Q&A after their films show.
Saturday, April 16 - 9:15 - 11:15 am (w/ Filmmaker Q&A)
Sunday, April 17 - 9:15 - 11:15 am

Colorado College, Max Kade Theatre, Armstrong Hall (3rd Floor)

The two local film screening sessions are FREE to attend

NOTE: Due to the subject matter of some films, suggested rating equivalent of PG-13.

Initial List (partial)

Dillon Novak - "The Fallout"

Lee Graham - "An Ordinary Day"

Distrakt - "Adjust"

Nate Letteer - "The Attika"

John Bourbonais - "Ready to Ride" Military Rider Series

Meredith Mantik - "MetaRomance"

Major Mandolin - "Drink A Little"

The Indie Spirit Film Festival (ISFF) is an annual event for filmmakers (professionals and students) and film lovers alike, with a superb program of feature films, shorts, docs, animation, and many other films from around the world. The ISFF showcases the work of independent filmmakers amidst the mountainous backdrop of Colorado Springs, Colorado, just one hour south of Denver.

ISFF is about filmmakers, audiences, distributors and film professionals establishing a relationship and supporting independent film. ISFF has showcased an average of over 100 films from all over the globe, covering a variety of subjects and genres in three years. The festival has quickly become Colorado Springs' largest film festival, with numerous filmmakers and film fans attending screenings, Q & A sessions, filmmaker panels, parties and receptions. The 2011 films, quick schedule, film schedule and Opening Reception & Film are but a click away. A kickoff party at the SOUNDSHOP, SAT, APRIL 9, 2011 from 11am-2pm at 7 E. Cimarron & at City Rock Climbing Gym starting at 6pm is FREE & OPEN TO THE PUBLIC.

Boasting a broad, unrestricted selection of films, ISFF presents genre-specific awards, as well as Best Short, Feature, Documentary and Festival Director's Choice. Several films from previous years have achieved further success on the festival circuit and many films from all three years are available on DVD.

Now in its 4th year, the 2011 Indie Spirit Film Festival will take place April 14-17, 2011.

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