Colorado Environmental Film Festival going online

Films and other events can be streamed digitally from home

Staff Report
Posted 2/2/21

If you thought COVID-19 would stop the Colorado Environmental Film Festival, you’d be wrong: the festival will be back and bigger than ever with a record 86 films. What the pandemic has put a …

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Colorado Environmental Film Festival going online

Films and other events can be streamed digitally from home

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If you thought COVID-19 would stop the Colorado Environmental Film Festival, you’d be wrong: the festival will be back and bigger than ever with a record 86 films.

What the pandemic has put a temporary stop to, however, are the customary film screenings at the American Mountaineering Center in Golden. Instead, this year’s festival will be held 100% virtually with all films available to watch on demand at your leisure for the duration of the 10-day festival.

As in year’s past, the films are organized into collections built around particular topics such as climate change or Colorado issues (festival films are usually longer than typical full-length films). This year, festgoers (or rather festwatchers) can visit ceff.net/ to browse and purchase tickets to virtually view the collections for $10.

There is also a pass that allows a festwatcher to watch five film collections for $35 or an all-access pass providing the ability to watch all of the films for $70. There are also options to purchase deals that include multi-course meals that can be picked up from the Tributary Food Hall & Drinkery in Golden.

In addition to the films, there is also a full roster of free and paid events, including talks, cooking demonstrations and a virtual opening night watch party. The annual photography exhibition of award-winning images showcasing the many world communities that need to come together to confront environmental challenges will also be accessible for free on the website during the festival.

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