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Breck Film Fest – Film on the Road in Salida!
December 2, 2017 @ 9:00 am - 10:00 pm$10 – $30
The Salida Council for the Arts is proud to present a one-day festival of over 45 films viewed at the 2017 Breck Film Festival. Breck Film Fest – Film on the Road in Salida! will be held at the Salida SteamPlant Event Center on Saturday, December 2.
More information at the SCFTA’s website HERE.
Saturday, December 2: Breck Film Fest – Film on the Road in Salida!
Saturday’s films range in length from 1 1/2 to 101 minutes and include comedies, dramas, documentaries, animation, and foreign films. From 9 am to 10 pm on Saturday, December 2, eleven blocks of films will be shown in the SteamPlant Theater and Ballroom.
About the Films
Find details about the films here: Film Screen Blocks
Students 18 and Under Free
In keeping with the Salida Council for the Arts Mission Statement to encourage arts education in our community, students 18 and under receive FREE admission to the Saturday Film Festival.
Families will want to come the morning block of fun films for children; and teens will enjoy films in two different blocks.
During one group of films Saturday, teens may find inspiration seeing the work of their peers. The films shown earned film students of Thompson School District the distinction of International High School Film Finalists, and is sponsored by The Colorado Office of Film, Television, and Media.
Tickets are available at the SteamPlant Box Office and the Salida Chamber of Commerce.
Movie-goers may select from these ticket offerings:
- $50 All-Festival Pass – includes Friday night “Celebrate Cinema with Filmmakers” event plus an All-Day pass for Saturday’s film blocks.
- $25 Friday Night Event (only) – “Celebrate Cinema with Filmmakers”
- $30 All-Day pass for Saturday (Students – 18 & under are FREE)
- $10 Single block of films on Saturday (Students – 18 & under are FREE)
About the 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.
One of the oldest film festivals in the country, the BFF is a 501(c)(3), private, non-profit organization governed by a volunteer board of directors. Funding for the Festival comes from local public and private grants, sponsorships, fundraising events, individual contributions, in-kind assistance, and revenue from tickets and merchandise. More than 150 individual volunteers, local theaters and other venues are involved in this annual event.