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The Breck Film Fest celebrates its 39th year this September 19-22! From the festival that brought the world Shawshank Redemption, LA Confidential, and fun fact, Kung Fu Panda, it’s no wonder USA Today lists the BFF in the Top 20 American Film Festivals. This year attendees are invited to explore Breckenridge through the eyes of film. With four screening locations across town, numerous parties, kids programs, fall colors, local vendors and casual 14ers right outside your door, the Breck Film Fest is a great experience everyone can enjoy.
The Breck Film Fest is excited to bring the latest Billy Crystal film, “Standing Up and Falling Down,” to Breckenridge this fall. Also starring Ben Schwartz of Parks & Recreation, the film reportedly has award-worthy performances from Crystal and Schwartz. What’s unclear at this moment is whether Crystal or Schwartz will be in attendance, but festival insiders say the director and writer are confirmed guests at the Sept. 19-22 festival.
Dates: September 19-22, 2019
- Four screening locations across town
- Films from all over the world
- Kids activities
Hike. Watch. Celebrate.
As one of the top mountain film fests in the country, the 39th Breckenridge Film Festival offers a different way to explore Breckenridge: through film. With five screening locations across town, this festival is designed for visitors to interact with Breck’s landscape, local vibe and enjoy films from all over the world in one weekend. Renowned for our casual vibe, attendees are able to hike in the morning, entertain kids in the afternoon, and spend the evening mingling with filmmakers between screenings.
Festival Schedule + Tickets
Thursday, September 19, 2019
Event Schedule TBD
Friday, September 20, 2019
Event schedule TBD
Saturday, September 21, 2019
10:00 am – Kids Programs
• Animated shorts
• Crafts provided by mobile art studio Frosted Flamingo
• Art projects throughout the morning
Location: Riverwalk Center
More events coming soon!
"Breaking their Silence"
The film follows the stories of women on the front line of the poaching war; they risk it all to prevent Africa’s most vulnerable animals from extinction.
A film that shows the lasting impact of school shootings through the eyes of survivors.
A top chef in Manhattan loses her father and goes on a soul-searching quest back to her hometown in Spain.
"River and the Wall"
A thought provoking adventure film that offers a different perspective against building the wall- it’s impact on the environment. Journey through the ecosystem behind the wall many now fight to protect.