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March 3, 2023

Development Director Aspen Film’s Development Director, in collaboration with the executive team and board, will support the Aspen Film Isis Theatre Capital Campaign, as well as be responsible for overseeing all of the organization’s other development fundraising initiatives. These efforts include: overseeing annual campaigns, grants, donor cultivation activities and financial partnerships. This is a high […]

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Aspen Film’s Independent By Nature :32 Video Challenge

March 2, 2023

Aspen Film’s Independent By Nature :32 Video Challenge Submissions open March 2 – April 2 Voting April 10 – 16 | Winners announced April 16 All ages may submit —Free online GRAND PRIZE FOR FIRST PLACE WINS – CANON M50MKII Camera Kit + THINK TANK SpeedTop 15 shoulder bag In 32 seconds, show us how […]

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February 6, 2023

Office + Operations Admin This role is responsible for the smooth and efficient running of Aspen Film’s daily office operations and administration, in addition to providing basic support to Aspen Film’s Board of Directors, operations at the Isis Theatre, and the Isis Condominium HOA.  Primary duties to include: Maintaining all office systems (mail, email, phones, […]

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Director Scott Cooper to hold Q&A after Academy Screening of ‘The Pale Blue Eye’

December 19, 2022

Scott Cooper is looking forward to being back in Aspen to support his new film The Pale Blue Eye, screening as part of Aspen Film’s Academy Screenings on Tuesday. “I love Aspen, but I’ve been so busy making films that I haven’t had a chance to get back so I’m bringing my entire family,” he […]

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Director Scott Cooper looks into “The Pale Blue Eye” of a suspenseful murder mystery with Edgar Allen Poe

December 16, 2022

Before he published the supernatural poem “The Raven” or the psychological thriller that is “The Tell-Tale Heart,” writer Edgar Allen Poe was a cadet at the United States Military Academy at West Point. “The Pale Blue Eye,” published by Louis Bayard in 2003, considers that time in Poe’s formative years through the lens of a […]

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Aspen Film scores top-tier lineup for 30th Academy Screenings

December 9, 2022

Aspen Film announced the lineup last week for its 30th annual Academy Screenings. From dramas to crowd pleasers and international Oscar contenders, the 17-film showcase promises viewers a journey. This year’s festival runs Dec. 19-23, with screenings and events taking place at the Wheeler Opera House and the Isis Theatre in Aspen. Single tickets to […]

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The reel good stuff: Aspen Film announces lineup for annual Academy Screenings

December 5, 2022

Film buffs will have a full buffet of the season’s top films to see on the big screen in late December for Aspen Film’s 30th annual Academy Screenings. On the movie menu: a highly anticipated murder mystery, an apocalyptic dark comedy, several family sagas, and a slew of other domestic and international festival darlings for […]

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Aspen Film taps Kate Hudson for 30th Academy Screenings opening night

December 3, 2022

Aspen Film has announced that opening night of the 30th Academy Screenings will feature Netflix’s highly-anticipated Glass Onion, the sequel to 2019 murder mystery/comedy Knives Out, followed by a Q&A with actor and part-time Old Snowmass resident Kate Hudson. “Glass Onion is our opener — it’s such a crowd pleaser and so much fun. It […]

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With purchase of Isis Theatre, Aspen Film enters new era

September 29, 2022

Tuesday marked a milestone for Aspen Film and its future involvement in the community. With Aspen City Council having approved Aspen Film’s purchase of the Isis Theatre, the arts nonprofit is looking to enter a whole new realm of what it will be able to cultivate for the community. The purchase agreement has an official […]

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Aspen Film gets city council’s OK to buy Isis Theatre

September 29, 2022

The Aspen City Council approved Aspen Film’s purchase of the Isis Theatre FilmFest kicked off on Tuesday, and, to the delight of its organizer, Aspen Film, there was no drama with Aspen City Council as its audience. The council in a 5-0 vote approved Aspen’s Film purchase of the Isis Theatre, which has a closing […]

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