3rd annual Estes Park Film Festival to begin on 11 September

MUMBAI: The 3rd annual Estes Park Film Festival, which will be screening around 40 independent films from all across the globe, will commence on 11 September at Park Theatre in Colorado.

This year‘s line-up for the feature film segment includes films like Broken Fences and War Eagle, Arkansas.

Documentaries at the festival include Six Seconds of Freedom, which is about the Angola Prison Rodeo, and RiverWebs, about the world of river ecosystems and the science that explores them.

Beauty Mark, a film that chronicles tri-athlete and marathon runner Diane Israel’s quest to understand both the personal and cultural forces that propelled her to seek physical perfection at any cost, will also be screened in the documentary section along with the film Finding Kraftland.

Some of the others films to be screened during the festival, which ends on 14 September include:

Narrative Feature Films: Yesterday Was a Lie

Feature Documentaries: RiverWebs, Heart & Soil, Six Seconds of Freedom, This American Gothic, Via Bearzi, Finding Kraftland, Beauty Mark, and The Listening Project

Student Films: The Light, Rabia, Coons, Presence, Respect: Start the Ripple, Korea Divided and Loon.

Short Films: Not For Today But For All Time, Teresa, This Bus Everyday, Ropies, Age Inappropriate, No One Island, Alicja Wonderland, Damaged, Ghosts of the West, Mint Flavored Death, MUGS, Sweetie, Merriman‘s Circle, Torture Porn, The Vault, Now You See Me Now You Don‘t, For the Masses, The Quickie, Ride of the Mergansers, The Hit, Circulation, ZAP Girl Makes Toast, One Two Punch, Case & Crowbar and The Job Evaluation.

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