The Rocky Mountain Women’s Film Festival is a 3-day celebration of women and others who are often unseen, unheard, and misunderstood. With the purpose of cultivating awareness, empathy, and a deeply connected community, all eyes shift in November each year to the array of talent in the women’s movie-making community.
The date is TBD 2021. Created by Jere E. Martin and Donna Guthrie in 1987 and each year since the Women’s Film Festival has attracted every generation from college students to retirees. According to Martin,
“We wanted to tap into a strong community of progressive people in Colorado Springs who valued rich and diverse information, who supported the arts and respected and affirmed life in all its different iterations. Our intention was to expand people’s consciousness – including our own – and continue to grow wiser about all the important issues facing us in this world of special interests and the deft marketing viewpoints of consumerism.”
Whether you want to participate for a day of entertainment or assure you don’t miss a single viewing within the 3-day movie extravaganza, there is a ticket pass option for you. Passes can be purchased online.
Address: Colorado Springs, CO
Date: TBD November 2021
Admission: Tickets available