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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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Presented by Aspen Film and Metropolitan’s Isis Theatre

An Evening with Wayne Ewing

POLO ES MI VIDA and BORDER WALL

Wednesday, June 19th

5:00 PM

Q&A to followwith Wayne Ewing at approximately 6:45pm

Pricing: $15 and $12 for seniors and Aspen Film Members

Isis Theatre | 406 E Hopkins Ave, Aspen

 

Director: Wayne Ewing

 

On June 19th we’re proud to showcase the work of local filmmaker Wayne Ewing for a special evening of viewing and dialogue. Aspen Film will Show the pilot episode of Ewing’s recent Polo Es Mi Vida series, followed by his 2008 doc BORDER WALL, which has as much relevance today as it did eleven years ago. 

 

The two screenings will be followed by a conversation with Ewing. 

 

Emmy Award-winning filmmaker Wayne Ewing, is well known for his tv documentaries & independent films, including four about Gonzo journalist Hunter S. Thompson. Ewing also works as a gun-for-hire, directing, shooting, and editing commercials, documentaries, and episodic dramas for television. Ewing is credited with changing the look of procedural dramas in the nineties by creating the visual style of “Homicide: Life on the Street” for NBC as the original Director of Photography and Director of the show. 

 

He is based in the Roaring Fork Valley near Aspen, Colorado.

Movies at the Museum

Presented by Aspen Film and Aspen Art Museum

SPRING 2019: FROM THE OUTSIDE IN

MAUDIE (2016)

BIOGRAPHY, DRAMA, ROMANCE |  1 Hr 16 Min

Wednesday, June 19th

7:00 PM

Aspen Art Museum | 637 E. Hyman Ave.

 

Director: Aisling Walsh

 

Based on the life of folk artist Maud Lewis, this story follows an unlikely romance between Everett Lewis (Ethan Hawke) and Maudie (Sally Hawkins). Maudie, bright-eyed but stricken with arthritis, yearns to be independent, live away from her protective family, and create art.

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