38th ANNUAL ASPEN FILMFEST

September 21-25, 2016

The 38th Aspen Filmfest wrapped on September 25, 2016. This flagship event is a noncompetitive festival showcasing narrative and documentary features, a dynamic mix of award-worthy fall previews, and acclaimed independent films from the international festival circuit. Filmfest audiences are often among the first in the country to see films like Room, The Imitation Game, Whiplash, Argo, The Artist, The King’s Speech, and Nebraska.

PHOTO GALLERY

PHOTO GALLERY

ASPEN SCREENINGS

ASPEN SCREENINGS

CARBONDALE SCREENINGS

CARBONDALE SCREENINGS

PANEL DISCUSSIONS

PANEL DISCUSSIONS

RECEPTIONS

RECEPTIONS

SCHEDULE AT-A-GLANCE

SCHEDULE AT-A-GLANCE

GETTING HERE

GETTING HERE

WHERE TO STAY

WHERE TO STAY

WHERE TO EAT

WHERE TO EAT

PROGRAM GUIDE

PROGRAM GUIDE

SPONSORS AND GRANTORS

SPONSORS AND GRANTORS

PASSES AND TICKETS

PASSES AND TICKETS

AUDIENCE AWARD BEST FEATURE (tie): 11:55

AUDIENCE AWARD BEST FEATURE (tie): 11:55

11:55, directed by Ben Snyder, Ari Issler
AUDIENCE AWARD BEST FEATURE (tie): MY BLIND BROTHER

AUDIENCE AWARD BEST FEATURE (tie): MY BLIND BROTHER

MY BLIND BROTHER, directed by Sophie Goodhart
AUDIENCE AWARD BEST DOCUMENTARY: MR. GAGA

AUDIENCE AWARD BEST DOCUMENTARY: MR. GAGA

MR. GAGA, directed by Tomer Heymann
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