43rd Breckenridge Film Festival kicks off next weekend

The Breck Film Festival will host its 43rd annual event  Sept. 21-24. This will be a weekend full of independent films, diverse voices and festive social gatherings.

Over 80 films will be featured, including world and national premieres. In addition to the screenings, the festival will host three panel discussions throughout the weekend focused on topical issues in the film industry and opportunities to meet and connect with filmmakers.

Breck Film Festival also features a variety of educational programs for youth. This includes a free Children’s Program in partnership with Breck Create, a High School lm showcase, and a 3-day filmmaking workshop, Girls in STEM, in partnership with the Keystone Science School.

Tickets and passes:

  • Peak 9 Passes (access to all films): $160
  • Peak 10 Passes (access to all films, parties and the VIP Lounge): $225
  • Single tickets cost $14 to $18 are available for major screenings at the Riverwalk Center: “Fancy Dance,” “Story Ave,” “Full Circle” and “Elemental: Reimagine Wildfire”
  • Additional events are free, though advance registration is encouraged for some to ensure a spot

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