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Tuesday Community Calendar

Mar 10, 2020
The Wild

Here’s your community calendar for Tuesday, March 10th, underwritten by Basalt Regional Library, where your library card opens more than just books, including: movie streaming, eBooks and audiobooks, digital magazines, foreign language learning, and research database online services. For the list of today's events, like The Wild screening at the Third Street Center, click on the headline.

Jason Anderson

On Wednesday, March 4, Aspen Film announced the line-up for the 29th Annual Aspen Shortsfest, taking place from March 31 through April 5. This will be new Director of Shortsfest Programming Jason Anderson's premier festival with Aspen Film. He joined Raleigh Burleigh on Express Yourself to share his excitement for the 71 films in this year's program.

The Wild Documentary

Kaleb Walker of Kaleb's Katch introduces The Wild, a documentary about Bristol Bay and the proposed Pebble Mine. The film screens at the Third Street Center on Tuesday, March 10, at 6:30. Director Mark Titus will answer questions about the film and KDNK News will be on-site to take membership pledges.

Epic Yellowstone: Return of the Predators

Ecologist Delia Malone stopped by Express Yourself to preview the Howl Yes! Film Series at CMC Spring Valley on November 22 at 6pm. Advocating for wolf reintroduction in Colorado, Delia responds to doubts raised by local rancher Bill Fales on a recent episode of For Land's Sake.

aspenfilm.org

Aspen Film Executive Director Susan Wrubel spoke with KDNK's Raleigh Burleigh on Express Yourself about the upcoming 40th Anniversary Filmfest, a week of film screenings and panel discussions beginning on September 23rd. Films show at the Wheeler Opera House, Isis Theatre and the Crystal Theatre in Carbondale.

Director and producer Miranda Bailey discusses her new film Being Frank, screening at Isis Theatre in Aspen tonight as part of Aspen Film's Summer of Cinema, with KDNK station manager Gavin Dahl. Jim Gaffigan stars as a villain, basically, in the suspenseful family dramedy. Bailey grew up in Vail, and will attend the Aspen screening in person for a Q&A. The film won the audience award at the Vail Film Festival last weekend. 

Thursday Community Calendar

May 16, 2019
Aloha Mountain Cyclery

Here’s your community calendar for Thursday, May 16th, underwritten by Sopris Liquor and Wine, offering Cerveza Sopris Mexican Lager in partnership with Roaring Fork Beer Company. For the list of today's events, like an encore screening of The Moment at The Crystal Theatre, click on the headline.

The Sopris Sun

On this week's edition of Everything Under the Sun, host Will Grandbois is joined by Bob and Kathy Ezra from the Crystal Theatre in Carbondale and KDNK's Gavin Dahl. They discuss their favorite movies of last year and how they think they'll fare at this year's Oscar Awards, which are Sunday, February 24.

14 Aspen locals recently traveled to the country of Georgia to ski, drink and experience Georgian culture with snow camping, first descents, powder skiing, cha cha and wine. They will present photos and a short film at the Limelight Hotel in Aspen on Sunday, December 16 at 5:30.

Ron Melmon

When the citizens of Telluride were threatened with a 600 acre development at the gateway to their town, they came together despite their differences. Ron Melmon, producer of The Valley, explains "Even in a divided nation there is a place where democracy and nature meet.

Local Youth Capture Climate Change on Film

Jun 15, 2018
Wild Rose Education

Local students are using film to explore personal interests around climate change. Wild Rose Education, in partnership with CU-Boulder climate scientists and Colorado Film School mentors, bring Lens on Climate Change to the Roaring Fork Valley. Megan Webber, with the Andy Zanca Youth Empowerment Program, has more. The community is invited to a screening of the five short films produced during the week at the Third Street Center on Saturday, June 16, at 2pm.

Brian Tonozzi

Colombian lawyer, activist and filmmaker Diana Ojeda is carrying an invitation from the oldest Wiwa population in the Sierra Nevada de Santa Marta in Colombia to the Lakota Tribe in South Dakota. She is guided by an indigenous prophesy that transforms five hundred years of oppression into an opportunity for global re-unification. A teaser for Guardians of the Earth, the film that she is creating to document this momentous occasion, will be shown at the Glenwood Springs Library on Wednesday, June 6, at 4pm and at the Launchpad in Carbondale on Friday, June 9, at 7pm.

The Sopris Sun

Sopris Sun editor Will Grandbois and KDNK station manager Gavin Dahl discuss the best films of 2017 before the 90th Academy Awards on Sunday, March 4th.

Generation Found

 


Local non-profit A Way Out screens the documentary Generation Found on Wednesday at The Orchard in Carbondale at 5:30. KDNK's Raleigh Burleigh spoke with executive director Liz Means and filmmaker Greg Williams to learn more.