Colorado International Activism Film Festival
Colorado International Activism Film Festival
Submit Your Film Via Film Freeway
By Ven Geancia / filmfreeway.com
Dec 31, 2016

For our first event, the CIAFF team has reserved The Bug Theater in Denver Colorado for one day: Saturday, July 15, from 2 PM until 10 PM, 2017. We'll have an opening "schmoozer" on Saturday night around 6 PM with complimentary Colorado-brewed beers and light snacks provided. As our festival grows in popularity, we'll expand to additional days of the week and venues around Denver.

Our festival is free for the public to attend, with donations accepted at the door and online in advance. Ticket vouchers will be made available, which can be redeemed online a few weeks prior to the start of the festival and at the door. Seating is limited at The Bug Theater to 100. If we end up with overwhelming response for this year's first event, we'll hope to expand the number of days and venues as required to meet the demand.

Activists submit screenplays, songs, films, art, photography and music for consideration by the CIAFF team. The regular submission fee is $40.00 for the first submission and $10.00 for additional submissions in all categories. For more information, text/call (720) 298-1524.

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