Twice The Film Festivals
No other form of media informs, teaches, and simply entertains more than film. Colorado is the proud home of many independent film festivals and a pioneer of the industry. If you threw a dart at your wall calendar, there's a big chance you'll land on a day of one of our wonderful state festivals. In fact, from March 4th to the 7th there will be two film festivals going on at the same time. The Dragon Boat Film Festival celebrates Asian culture and Asian American film markers. The No Man's Land Film Festival is a all-women collaboration that celebrates women and female film makers. Here are the details:
Dragon Boats To No Man's Land
The Colorado Dragon Boat Film Festival is a fairly new event, founded back in 2016. This year's festival will mark Dragon Boat's second time working with Denver Film. The four-day event this year will focus on films, organizations, and individuals that strengthen Asian and Asian American culture, identity, and voices. The Festival will be available at DenverFilm.org. All you have to do is download the Denver Film app for Roku TV or Apple TV. Full festival passes are $55 for Denver Film members and $65 for non-members. Individual film tickets are $12 for Denver Film members and $15 for non-members.
The No Man's Land Film Festival is based out of Denver, Colorado. The theme to this film event is not only about female empowerment, but it also focuses on adventure and women playing the leading role in that arena. The biggest goal of this film festival is to, "connect like-minded individuals who are action-oriented, wish to support a shared vision of gender equality, have a desire to experience their passions and environments through a uniquely feminine lens, and above all, love adventure." Tickets for this year's festival start at $80 for a full pass, with varying prices for individual day passes. This and more can be found on their website at NoMansLandFilmFestival.com.