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72 Films Announced for the Boulder International Film Festival: February 22-25

72 Films Announced for the Boulder International Film Festival: February 22-25 Program Highlights Include Seven Films from Sundance 2018, Seven Oscar Nominated Films, and an appearance by Oscar-Nominated Veteran Hollywood Actor Elliott Gould   BOULDER, Colo – (February 1, 2018) The 14th Annual Boulder International Film Festival (BIFF) is pleased to announce its full program […]

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Opening Night Gala Kicks Off with the Colorado Premiere of Film: BORG VS. MCENROE

  FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE   Opening Night Gala Kicks Off with the Colorado Premiere of Film: BORG VS. MCENROE 14th Annual Boulder International Film Festival, February 22 – 25, 2018 Acclaimed Film Wins People’s Choice Award at Rome Film Festival Starring Shia LaBeouf and Sverrir Gudnason   BOULDER, Colo. – The Boulder International Film Festival […]

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Boulder International Film Festival Announces Closing Night Work in Progress Screening and Awards Celebration

FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE   Boulder International Film Festival Announces Closing Night Exclusive Screening and Awards Celebration Festival Features Locally Produced Documentary by Award Winning, Boulder-Based Photographer, James Balog   BOULDER, Colo. (January 29, 2018) – The Boulder International Film Festival (BIFF) is proud to announce an exclusive showing on the Closing Night of the weekend, […]

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Boulder International Film Festival Announces 2018 CineCHEF Culinary Competition Line Up

FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE   Boulder International Film Festival Announces 2018 CineCHEF Culinary Competition Line Up Front Range Chefs Prep for This Year’s Theme: “The Mile High City” (Denver) vs “America’s Foodiest Town” (Boulder)   BOULDER, Colo. (January 18, 2018) – The Boulder International Film Festival (BIFF) is pleased to announce its 2018 CineCHEF culinary competition […]

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Boulder International Film Festival Celebrates Thirteen Years of Great Films and Huge Attendances

Boulder International Film Festival Celebrates Thirteen Years of Great Films and Huge Attendances BOULDER, Colorado. (March 2-5, 2017) — The city of Boulder buzzed with film enthusiasts and filmmakers from March 2-5 during the 13th Annual Boulder International Film Festival (BIFF), with attendance again numbering over 20,000 attendees. The four-day festival featured 51 films and […]

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58 Films Announced for the Highly Anticipated Boulder International Film Festival, March 2-5

58 Films Announced for the Highly Anticipated Boulder International Film Festival, March 2-5 Program includes 3 award-winning films from Sundance 2017 and 4 Oscar nominees BOULDER, Colo. – The 13th Annual Boulder International Film Festival (BIFF) announced its program, which includes 58 films from around the world and three Sundance Film Festival award-winning films. This […]

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Opening and Closing Night Films Announced for the Highly-Anticipated 13th Annual Boulder International Film Festival, March 2-5 Films

Opening and Closing Night Films Announced for the Highly-Anticipated 13th Annual Boulder International Film Festival, March 2-5 Films include the winner of the US Documentary Audience Award at Sundance 2017 and a new film from award-winning director Lone Scherfig. BOULDER, Colo. – The 13th Annual Boulder International Film Festival (BIFF) has announced Their Finest and […]

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2017’s Closing Night & Chasing Coral

Just like opening night had taken off with streaks of orange and yellow painted vibrantly across the sky, the closing night began with the same painted scene that many Boulder natives know well. Awards kicked off at the packed full Boulder Theater just as the last bright flashes settled beneath the horizon. Local Boulder County […]

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A Talk With The Creators of Strange Weather

Strange Weather isn’t a chick flick. It isn’t Thelma and Louise. Strange Weather is a road trip about and between two women – no, to very real people – who are processing grief. It’s also a masterpiece that has notes of color and images of the south that are an homage William Eggleston designed by […]

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Subsistence in the Faroe Islands

  For the past several years documentary filmmakers have spotlighted the conservation issues of commercial fishing. They have faced the biggest political adversaries in order to bring the brutal killings of dolphins and whales out of the shadows.  Many might have seen The Islands and the Whales and thought the film was doing much of the same, but at yesterday’s film talkback, a panelist […]

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