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Adventure Reel

Highly Anticipated Film, “MERU” To Screen 
Hit Adventure Reel Features Four Nights Of Programming

SnowmanIntroduced in 2013, the Breckenridge Film Festival’s Adventure Reel has grown into four nights of programming for the 2015 - 35th annual - festival. Three films headline the lineup, including the highly anticipated alpine drama/documentary “Meru", which screens at the Riverwalk Center at 7 p.m. Friday, Sept. 18, following Thursday’s opening night film, “Snowman.”  On Saturday, Sept. 19, the full lineup of Adventure Reel films up for audience awards takes place from 3 – 11 p.m. “Being Evel,” a “fascinating, exhaustive and well-researched” documentary about daredevil motorbike star Evel Knievel created by Colorado’s own Daniel Junge, closes out the festival on Sunday night.


Animation becomes a focal point of Breckenridge Film Festival

Catch films in traditional, stop-motion, CGI and experimental animation at the Breckenridge Film Festival, new this year.

Traditional animation represents the bulk of animated films at the 2015 festival, with “Claire and the Keys” (filmmaker attending), “Switchman,” “Coyote and the Rock,” “Tick Tock” and “Heavenly Peace.”

Wire Cutters

However, CGI takes the stage in “Wire Cutters,”
which is part of the set of shorts focused on trends in the workplace, generally speaking, showing at 6 p.m. Friday in the South Branch Library’s community rooms and are sponsored by Mi Casa and Hearthstone restaurants.

Jack Anderson’s film was nominated on July 30 to be in the running for the 2015 Student Academy Award for Best Animated Film. Up against “An Object at Rest,” “The Ballad of Holland Island House,” “SOAR,” “Taking the Plunge,” “Hum” and “Ram’s Horns,” “Wire Cutters” features a mining bot first suspicious, then a comrade then a rival of a new mining bot placed on the same remote and desolate planet to perform the same task. The Student Academy Awards will be announced at a ceremony on Sept. 17.

2015 Festival Support

Breckenridge Film Festival is presented by HP Workstation. Other festival support comes from Wyndham Vacation Rentals at Main Street Station, Beaver Run Resort, Breckenridge Resort, Town of Breckenridge, The Summit Foundation, Trilogy Partners, Climax Molybdenum, the Colorado Office of Film, Television & Media, Colorado Creative Industries, more than 200 volunteers and many other supporters in the community.

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