5Point Film Festival Thursday Schedule
5 p.m. Opening Weekend Kick-off Takes place in: Tent adjoining the Carbondale Recreation & Community CenterCost: $10 with advance purchase of a Dos Gringos burrito and drink or free without food purchaseTake some time after work and after school to mingle with friends, filmmakers, guest speakers and athletes while enjoying local favorites: Dos Gringos gourmet burrito bar, New Belgium beer and local valley Jack Rabbit Hill wine. Order your Dos Gringos burrito when buying your film ticket, or burritos available for purchase at the kick-off event.7 p.m. Program I: Rock N ReelTakes place at: The Carbondale Recreation & Community CenterCost: $18 adults/$12 for children 18 and underEmcee: Jim Gilchrist, principal of Aspen Community SchoolFilms Featured: Ephemere(Switzerland, 6 min., climbing, biking, kayaking, base jumping)Directors: Nicolas Falquet and Loris FalquetSeasonsA film by The CollectiveFilmmakers from The Collective expected(USA, 60 min., mountain biking)Destinations Director and producer: RA Beattie (who is expected)(USA, 17 min., fly fishing)SourceA film by: Young Gun ProductionsFilmmaker Rush Sturges expected(30 min., kayaking)Mountain Town: The GrasshopperDirectors: Brendan Kiernan and Frank Pickell(USA, 7 minutes, telemark skiing)A Dozen More TurnsDirector: Amber Seyler (who is expected)(USA, 30 min., back country skiing)King LinesDirectors: Peter Mortimer and Josh Lowell(USA, 50 min., climbing)
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