Colombian-American filmmaker Mateo Márquez’s film THE INVADERS, featuring actress Isra Elsalihie will celebrate its world premiere this week in Colorado
Vail Film Festival
NAME OF FESTIVAL: Vail Film Festival
WHERE: Vail, Colorado
ABOUT THE FESTIVAL: The Vail Film Festival takes place in Vail, Colorado. Festival activities include film screenings, panel discussions, live music, nightly galas, and the filmmaker reception.The Colorado Film Institute is a 501(c)3 nonprofit arts organization dedicated to fostering independent cinema. The Colorado Film Institute’s primary initiatives are to promote the art of film by providing a screening platform for aspiring filmmakers and by providing a gathering place for film enthusiasts. Additionally, the Colorado Film Institute fosters new filmmakers by providing education, industry expertise, and industry access. The Colorado Film Institute stages the Vail Film Festival, a four-day event that enlightens and entertains thousands of film festival attendees and offers a creative outlet to the film world’s newest storytellers and innovators.
The 15th Vail Film Festival will run from Thursday, April 5, to Sunday, April 8, 2018; the festival will celebrate women filmmakers and screen a diverse slate of almost 50 films.
The 2012 Vail Film Festival taking place from March 29 through April 1 will honor Golden Globe winning Writer/Director Fred Schepisi with the 2012 Vanguard Award and Krysten Ritter with the Excellence in Acting Award. With a career in the industry spanning more than 36 years, Mr. Schepisi’s credits include Six Degrees of Separation, Last Orders, The Chant of Jimmie Blacksmith, Roxanne, Evil Angels and mini-series ‘Empire Falls’ for which he gained an Emmy nomination […]
The 2012 Vail Film Festival announced the complete line-up of 2012 films, taking place March 29th – April 1st, 2012 in Vail, Colorado. This year’s festival will showcase 58 films from around the world, including 20 feature-length films (10 narrative features and 10 documentaries), and 38 shorts, adventure, student, and animated. The Vail Film Festival also announced the return of the “Cadillac Short Series” in Solaris Plaza, the only festival “venue” where the public is […]