The Cheyenne International Film Festival program is largely released. There are changes that will be made and likely some programs added.
Keep checking back for new film additions and special activities.
Tickets can be purchased online through the website or at the walk up box office beginning May 7 at Phoenix Books and Music at 1610 Capitol Avenue in Downtown Cheyenne.
Each of the programs has its own page and can be accessed through the menu tabs or open the links below:
Program 1 – Free Community Reception and Wyoming Showcase at the Paramount Cafe
Program 2 – Call2ACTion with the HBO documentary “American Winter” sponsored by the Wyoming Children’s Action Alliance. Includes reception, film and panel discussion.
Program 3 – Home Movies and Cartoons on 16mm film free event sponsored by Bevara Digital
Program 4 - Fantasies features Nomads of Oz – a Montreal remake of the L. Frank Baum classic
Program 5 – Long Stories Short features several short films from around the world
Program 6 – Family Matters includes a feature length film Only Daughter by Wyomingite Aaron Wiederspahn
Program 7 – Magic and Misdirection. Two short films precede a live magic show by illusionist Dan Jaspersen
Program 8 - Native Experiences. The program is an eclectic triptych of three films of Native American Experiences
Program 9 – Long Stories Short II. More shorts from around the world
Program 10 – Beatgrass and Banjos. A short film featuring Jalan Crossland about banjos in the movies and local bluegrass favorite Beatgrass live!
All Access Pass – This gets you into all events and movies at a 19 percent savings