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Aspen Film Announces Aspen Filmfest 2011 Festival Program

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The 33rd Annual Aspen Filmfest, will run September 21-25,  Aspen Film announces today the line-up for Aspen Filmfest, a five-day feast of film and fall color for movie lovers of all ages and inclinations. The 33rd annual edition will be held September 21 - 25, 2011. With an emphasis on independent productions from around the world and a uniquely intimate scale, Aspen Filmfest champions filmmaking at its finest. Positioned at the start of the awards season, the festival will showcase pre...

Aspen Film present the second annual NEW VIEWS series

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The Aspen Institute and Aspen Film present the second annual NEW VIEWS series highlighting critically acclaimed documentaries and including post-screening discussions with special guests. The series begins Monday, July 18, and continues on Monday nights through August 8. All films will be shown at 7:30 p.m. at Paepcke Auditorium in Aspen. New documentaries are playing an exciting role in public discourse, bringing a vibrant voice to culture and society. This selection of important films and spea...

Aspen Shortsfest 2011 Program

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  Aspen Film Announces Aspen Shortsfest 2011 Program   Aspen Film announced today the finalists invited to screen at Aspen Shortsfest 2011, April 5-10, at the Wheeler Opera House in Aspen and the Crystal Theater in Carbondale. More than 2,500 submissions from around the world were considered, and 83 short films, representing two dozen countries and exploring many more, were ultimately selected for this year's International Competition. From the recognizable (Colin Firth, Julia S...

Aspen Film Announces New Shorts Competition

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Aspen Film, in association with Anderson Ranch Arts Center in Snowmass Village, Colo., announces a special opportunity exclusively for Colorado filmmakers, visual artists, and other media storytellers - DIGITAL POSTCARDS: Colorado, a new Aspen Shortsfest 2011 competition category. Selected finalists will screen as part of the festival's juried International Competition at the Wheeler Opera House in Aspen next spring, where they will compete for the Oscar®-qualifying Best Short Short, as well as...

Aspen announces new Exec Director Robyn Myler

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Aspen Film, creators of unique and memorable experiences for both the serious cinephile and casual movie lover, is excited to announce the appointment of Robyn J. Myler as executive director. Drawing on her exceptionally strong leadership and development skills, Myler aims to take Aspen Film to the next level by increasing the range of programming and growing the membership. "Speaking for the Aspen Film Board of Directors, we are delighted to have Robyn Myler join us as our new e...

Aspen Filmfest 2010 Is a Wrap

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Film's 32nd edition of Aspen Filmfest, which ran September 29 - October 3, showcased award-winning narrative feature films and documentaries, as well as previews of some of this fall's most buzzed-about movies. Despite unseasonably warm fall weather, Filmfest drew large crowds into the historic Wheeler Opera House in Aspen and the Crystal Theatre in Carbondale to view independent productions from around the world and hear filmmakers and special guests tell the stories behind their films. "Con...

NEW VIEWS: Premiere Documentaries in Aspen

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 A recent renaissance in documentary filmmaking is having a major impact on American public discourse regarding the arts, politics, and society. To further explore this connection, NEW VIEWS: Premiere Documentariespresents five new documentaries focusing on music, the visual arts, photography, and more. Not yet available to the general public, these inspiring, thought-provoking films have won acclaim and awards on the international film festival circuit. Each screening will be followed by...

Premiere Documentaries series in Aspen this summer

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Aspen Film and the Aspen Institute have created a new partnership to bring a selection of world-class film experiences to Aspen this summer. NEW VIEWS: Premiere Documentaries, a new series highlighting critically acclaimed documentaries and filmmaker conversations, will launch July 8, 2010, at the Aspen Ideas Festival and continue Monday evenings from July 19 through August 9. NEW VIEWS: Premiere DocumentariesA recent renaissance in documentary filmmaking is having a major impact on American pub...

Aspen Shortsfest 2010 announced the competition finalists

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Aspen Film announced today the competition finalists that will screen at Aspen Shortsfest 2010, which will be held April 6-11 at the historic Wheeler Opera House in Aspen and the Crystal Theatre in Carbondale. More than 2,500 submissions from almost 80 countries were considered, and 85 short films were ultimately selected for the six-day Oscar®-qualifying International Competition. With additional out-of-competition presentations, this 2010 edition will screen over 100 shorts from North and S...

Peter Louras elected new President of Aspen Film

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Aspen Film is pleased to announce that the Board of Directors has elected Peter Louras as its president.  Mr. Louras, who has served as one of the organization's co-vice-presidents, assumed his new responsibilities at the Board of Directors meeting on December 15, 2009.  He succeeds Neil Karbank, who has enjoyed a long and productive association with Aspen Film; Mr. Karbank will continue to serve on the Board of Directors.   An Aspen resident since 2005, Mr. Louras  was recently honored b...

Aspen Film Announces new Communications Manager

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  Aspen Film announced today that film festival professional Michael DeVous Jr. has been named Communications Manager.  Mr. DeVous will be responsible for Aspen Film's external communications, including proactively managing Aspen Film's brand and all marketing and public relations initiatives.   "We have a diverse slate of festivals and film series throughout the year, along with the desire to deepen our reach an...

Aspen Film Announces new Communications Manager

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Aspen Film announced today that film festival professional Michael DeVous Jr. has been named Communications Manager. Mr. DeVous will be responsible for Aspen Film's external communications, including proactively managing Aspen Film's brand and all marketing and public relations initiatives. "We have a diverse slate of festivals and film series throughout the year, along with the desire to deepen our reach and scope in the Roaring Fork Valley. We are pleased to welcome a seasoned professional w...

Aspen Film Announces SummerFILMS and Filmfest Dates

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Aspen Film announces the dates for its annual summer and fall programs, the 11th season of SummerFILMS presented in association with the Aspen Music Festival and School and the 31st edition of its flagship event, Aspen Filmfest. SummerFILMS will take place select Sunday and Monday evenings July 5 - August 16 at 8pm at the Paepcke Auditorium on the Aspen Institute campus. This weekly film series presents regional premieres of new independent and foreign language features and documentaries. Summer...

Aspen Shortsfest 2009 Deadlines Approaching For Entries

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Aspen Shortsfest is preparing for the 18th annual edition of its Oscar©-qualifying international competition, which will take place April 1-5, 2009. The 2009 Aspen Shortsfest has recently been recognized by both the National Endowment for the Arts and Colorado Council on the Arts, who have provided partial funding for this singular showcase for short filmmaking.A jury of noted film professionals will award more than $20,000 in cash, plus other prizes, to winners in several categories, who then ...

Aspen Film and Anderson Ranch Collaborate

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Anderson Ranch in collaboration with Aspen Film will present two production workshops in July 2008. These special one week courses will draw on instructor Joel Lee's filmmaking background (bio available on Anderson Ranch & Aspen Film's website). Lights, Camera, Action! is dedicated to creating imagery through video. Students will bring their ideas to life using digital video cameras, digital editing techniques, and their own creativity.Express Your Voice, will teach students to explore the idea ...

A taste of Aspen goodies

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Incredible autumn viewing awaits movie lovers - both indoors as the 29th edition of Aspen Filmfest raises its curtain, and outdoors as Mother Nature unveils her fall colors. One of Colorado's premiere film festivals, Aspen Filmfest runs Sept. 26-30, showcasing some of this year's most anticipated national and international features and documentaries, as well as undiscovered gems. As always, filmmakers and attendees enjoy mingling in Aspen's spectacular Rocky Mountain setting. A new version of ...

Aspen Shortsfest 2007 16th edition focuses on film (shorts)

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Filmmakers and film lovers will gather April 3-8 when Aspen Shortsfest 2007 hits the screen at the Wheeler Opera House and other locations in Aspen and Carbondale, Colorado. Now in its 16th year, Aspen Shortsfest is considered one of the world’s finest international short film and video showcases. Shortsfest’s centerpiece, the International Competition offers a lively, heart-warming and thought-provoking selection of drama, comedy, animation and documentary – all 30 minutes or less. From t...

Aspen Filmfest renamed Aspen Film

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The long-time, nationally recognized film arts organization, Aspen Filmfest, known for its festivals, film series and education programs, announces its official organizational name change to Aspen Film. The new name will debut at the upcoming Academy Screenings two-week-long film series (Dec 18 – Jan 1), a showcase for the most anticipated features and documentaries leading into Academy Award season. In the works for over a year, the move to Aspen Film will distinguish the year-round parent ...

Aspen Film Fest renamed Aspen Film

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The long-time, nationally recognized film arts organization, Aspen Filmfest, known for its festivals, film series and education programs, announces its official organizational name change to Aspen Film. The new name will debut at the upcoming Academy Screenings two-week-long film series (Dec 18 – Jan 1), a showcase for the most anticipated features and documentaries leading into Academy Award season. In the works for over a year, the move to Aspen Film will distinguish the year-round parent or...

Aspen Filmfest it's a wrap

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Aspen Filmfest played to significant crowds during its recently concluded 28th edition. Audiences applauded a wide range of programs and filmmakers in Aspen, Carbondale and Glenwood Springs, including the Independent by Nature Award tribute to Harrison Ford, the U.S. premier of Barbara Kopple and Cecilia Peck’s Shut Up and Sing, and the highly anticipated Stephen Frears feature, The Queen. The Audience Favorite Feature was the powerful epic Live and Become, while the Audience Favorite Document...

Aspen Filmfest preview

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The 28th annual Aspen Filmfest runs September 26 through October 1, 2006, in Aspen, Carbondale and Glenwood Springs. For six days this resort valley’s favorite fall party will host advance previews of new films and award-winning documentaries from six of seven continents, as well as a tribute to Harrison Ford. With the chance to be among the first in the States to see some films, as well as enjoy highlights from the festival circuit, Aspen audiences will have the opportunity to vote for their ...

Aspen Filmfest’s 28th edition for fall

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Timed to a rainbow of changing fall foliage, Aspen Filmfest’s 28th edition kicks off September 26 – October 1 at Aspen’s historic Wheeler Opera House, Carbondale’s Crystal Theatre, and the Springs Theatre in Glenwood Springs. Considered this mountain resort’s favorite fall party, Aspen Filmfest attracts movie lovers from around the country eager to preview some of the season’s most anticipated releases, alongside acclaimed hits from the international festival circuit. They will also ...

Aspen Shortsfest kicks in

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Comedy writer-director Jason Reitman returns to Aspen as this year’s Director Spotlight guest of honor at the 15th annual Aspen Shortsfest, which takes place April 5 – 9 at the Wheeler Opera House and other locations. Aspen Shortsfest’s Closing Night presentation will be Reitman’s feature debut Thank You for Smoking, which has its U.S.premiere at the Sundance Film Festival. Based on Christopher Buckley's acclaimed 1994 novel and hailed by Variety as “slick, stylish and sharp-witted,”...

Aspen Short Fest will celebrate Jason Reitman

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Comedy writer-director Jason Reitman returns to Aspen as this year’s Director Spotlight guest of honor at the 15th annual Aspen Shortsfest, which takes place April 5 – 9 at the Wheeler Opera House and other locations. Aspen Shortsfest’s Closing Night presentation will be Reitman’s feature debut Thank You for Smoking, which has its U.S.premiere at the Sundance Film Festival. Based on Christopher Buckley's acclaimed 1994 novel and hailed by Variety as “slick, stylish and sharp-witted,”...

27th Aspen FilmFest: its a wrap

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Aspen Filmfest played to significant crowds during its 27th edition. Audiences applauded a wide range of programs and filmmakers to the tune of several sold out shows in Aspen, Carbondale and Glenwood Springs, including the Independent by Nature Award tribute to Rob Reiner, Transamerica with Felicity Huffman, and the highly anticipated The Squid and the Whale. The award for Audience Favorite Feature went to Carroll Ballard?s heart warming adventure Duma, while the Audience Favorite Documentary w...

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