We’ve just completed day 4 of the 2009 Festivus Film Festival. It was a huge success! Stay tuned to the site for some post-fest wrap ups over the next few days. We’ll also be posting pics and the award winners coming up. Thanks again to all the filmmakers, fans, and staffers who made this festival what it is. You should all be very proud!
Well we kicked things off last night and everybody that came out had a great time. Couldn’t ask for a better opening night! There has been a lot of great buzz about the fest too. Check out this great article from the Westword. They also did a really cool slide show of our opening night.
The Get Real Denver website also has a really nice writeup about the fest.
Things keep rolling from here with a great triple header starting off at 7:00 tonight, followed by Courting Condi at 9:00. Don’t forget that the Umconscious plays live after Courting Condi, and the show is free and open to the public. See you there!
Well it’s finally here. The filmmakers are all arriving and we’re ready to get things going. The opening night of the 2009 Festivus Film Festival is TONIGHT!! Online ticketing has closed for tonight’s shows, as well as for the full-festival passes. HOWEVER- you can buy tickets AND passes at the door. Don’t forget that the Bug Theatre is a cash-only venue. Looking forward to seeing everyone tonight!
Just a quick reminder- the Bug Theatre is a cash-only venue. If you would like to use a credit card for screening at the Bug, please purchase presale tickets. Cash and credit cards are both accepted at screenings at the Oriental. Opening night is only 2 DAYS AWAY!
Arch’s Iguanas is a documentary film about Sherman Arch, who began protecting iguanas on his personal property in the early 80′s after realizing that the population of the creatures was dwindling due to excessive hunting.
Now, 27 years later he has over 3,500 iguanas roaming his 10-acre ‘farm’ on the Honduran island of Roatan. He continues to educate and entertain thousands of visitors each year about the dangers of over-hunting and poaching that threatens this animals’ existence on the island.
Arch’s Iguanas plays Saturday Jan. 10 at 12:15pm at the Bug Theatre. It will be preceded by feature-length documentary The Cost of Oil.
Be sure to check out our full-page ad in the Onion newspaper this week. It’s on page 9. Pretty slick!
A homeless man’s personal hell is further complicated after he spends a night in jail for urinating on the Mayor’s limo. Three jaded NY detectives find compassion within themselves as they piece together his tragic emotional descent into insanity.
As the details of Banzai’s life slowly emerge they realize that his life is more complicated than it appears. His fall from grace as an all star high school quarterback to a man on the run makes them examine their own personal beliefs of right and wrong. They judge for themselves whether Banzai is suffering in a hell far worse than imprisonment. Starring Bruce McGill (W, Matchstick Men, The Sum of All Fears).
A Line In The Sand plays Sunday, 2:00 @ The Oriental Theater. For tickets and details, click on the SCHEDULE tab.