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November 7-9, 2014

ANOTHER FULL HOUSE

RMWFF's 5th Annual Shorts Night was nothing short of amazing.  If you missed out, be sure to join our mailing list or follow us on Facebook to keep abreast of our events throughout the year.

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RMWFF Youth Outreach

Ekphrasis

RMWFF is committed to bringing the power of film to all parts of our community.  The Youth Outreach Program has been in place for the last 12 years and has touched hundreds of students in Colorado Springs. Learn more by watching this moving short film, Ekphrasis, directed by Demetria Humphries and Nicole Kaufman, two rising filmmakers and graduates of Colorado College.

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MARK YOUR CALENDAR - AUG 16TH

Mark your calendar for this year's Wheel to Reel - August 16th, 2014.  Ride 3, 6, or 12 miles along the Pikes Peak Greenway Trail which runs along Monument Valley creek, and finish off the night under the starts with food, friends, and a film in the courtyard of the Fine Arts Center. Check back for more info and to buy tickets in July.

 

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RMWFF UPDATES

--We are now accepting submissions for the 2014 November Festival.  Click HERE to learn more about our submission process.

--Are you interested in helping our film selection committee preview films for our festival?  If you have a group of 8-10 people that would like to watch a film or two, please contact Liz Moore at emoore@uccs.edu.

--Mark your calendars for the 2nd Annual Wheel to Reel, August 16th, 2014.

UPCOMING EVENTS FOR 2014

  • Wheel to Reel, CS Fine Arts Center - August 16
  • Film Festival - November 7-9

About Us

The Rocky Mountain Women’s Film Festival is the longest continuous-running women's film festival in North America. It showcases feature, short, documentary and animated films that are thought-provoking and enriching, and that encourage global awareness and personal growth. More »

RMWFF Film Library

Are you sad because you missed a great film from a past Festival?  Well, we've got just the remedy!  A RMWFF Library Card gives you access to over 170 titles of films from past festivals.

Stop on by the office and get yourself a card ($20 for an individual / $50 for a group) and borrow as many films as you would like (preferably no more than three at a time for up to ten days).  Your card is good for one year.