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Aspen Film’s community collaborations allow us to offer a broad range of films throughout the Roaring Fork Valley year-round, many of which would not otherwise appear on local screens.

From our ongoing series “Movies at the Museum” with the Aspen Art Museum and “DAMFilms” every Monday at The Arts Campus at Willits, to our special events with the Wheeler Opera House and monthly “Indie Showcase” at Metropolitan Theatres, these highly curated programs help foster an awareness for and dialogue around humanity through cinema.

We are pleased to offer complimentary admission to all “Indie Showcase” screenings to current Aspen Film members as just one of the many perks you’ll receive when supporting our non-profit organization. Click here to join or renew your Aspen Film membership.

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Movies at the Museum

Presented by Aspen Art Museum and Aspen Film

MARCH: ZOMBIES WITH A PURPOSE

WARM BODIES (2013)

COMEDY, HORROR, ROMANCE |  1 Hr 38 Min

Wednesday, March 20th

5:15 PM

Aspen Art Museum | 637 E. Hyman Ave

Director: Jonathan Levine

After a highly unusual zombie saves a still-living girl from an attack, the
two form a relationship that sets in motion events that might transform
the entire lifeless world.

Aspen Film Presents

Presented by Kodak and Aspen Film

Kodak’s Point and Shoot Film Workshop

Part of our 28th Annual Shortsfest

Sunday, April 7th

12:30 – 2:00 PM

Aspen Library Community Room | 120 N. Mill Street, Aspen

 

During this workshop, you will:

  • Learn about the history of film
  • Watch shorts shot on film
  • Work with Kodak Super 8mm film and a Super 8 camera  

 

This workshop is FREE however space is limited.

Please RSVP to hpike@aspenfilm.org with the following information:

 

  • The number of people attending, their names, and their ages
  • A contact phone number for those attending

Movies at the Museum

Presented by Aspen Art Museum and Aspen Film

MARCH: ZOMBIES WITH A PURPOSE

FIDO (2006)

COMEDY, DRAMA, HORROR |  1 Hr 33 Min

Wednesday, March 13th

5:15 PM

Aspen Art Museum | 637 E. Hyman Ave

Director: Andrew Currie

In a nightmarish 1950s-esque world that has survived a zombie apocalypse,
painfully funny interactions between the living and the dead reveal that
zombies might be the more upstanding citizens.

Opening Reception

Hosted by Red Brick

Sponsored by Aspen Film

 

The Figure

Featured Artists:

Jessie Chaney

Lorraine Davis

Annie Decamp

Iris Hope

Kate Howe

Emily Parkinson

Tory Matthew Smith

 

Thursday, March 14th

5:00 – 7:00 PM

Red Brick Center for the Arts | 110 East Hallam Street, Aspen

 

Please join for an evening of light bites and wine while meeting exhibiting artists, visiting with Aspen Film and touring Red Bricks artists’ studio.

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