The Rocky Mountain Women’s Film Festival will return to Colorado College following a two-year absence at the venue to host its 35th annual event.
The festival, which takes place Nov. 11-13, will highlight 41 films over a three-day span including “Battleground,” “Being Michelle,” and “The Flagmakers.” Screenings will occur in the Cornerstone Arts Center, Kathryn Morhman Theartre and Packard Hall.
Pass options to view films include: Full festival pass (3-day pass) $140; Double day pass (Saturday and Sunday before 6 p.m.) $100; Flex five $70; Single-day tickets $55; Single block tickets $15.
For those unable to attend the event, Rocky Mountain Women’s Film Festival will have a virtual encore Nov. 17-20.
“We’re so proud of this year’s lineup, the incredible filmmakers that will be represented, and stories that will be shared.” said Linda Broker, Executive Director of the Rocky Mountain Women’s Film.
For additional information, visit rmwfilm.org.