5Point Adventure Film Festival brings best of the fest to Wheeler Opera House
The 5Point Adventure Film Festival will host a night of short-film screenings, talks and special guests at the Wheeler Opera House on Saturday.
The Aspen event brings upvalley the award-winners and festival favorites from the concert-style festival last month in Carbondale.
Highlights from local filmmakers will include screenings of “Ten Years Out,” a film by Meredith McKee, about how Summers Moore and her family coped the most tragic event through art and the outdoors; and “The Frenchy,” about octogenarian cyclist and skier legend Jacques Huout by Michelle Smith. Both filmmakers and featured guests will be attending and speaking about the films.
Tickets are $28, available at the Wheeler Opera House box office and http://www.aspenshowtix.com.
The festival winners — which will all feature at Aspen encore, are:
Best Of Festival: “Tailwhip” (Joris Debeij, Michael Spencer Smith, USA, 13 min)
5Point Award: “RJ Ripper” (Joey Schusler, Ben Page, Nepal, 19 min)
Best Cinematography: “The Last Honey Hunter” (Ben Knight, Nepal, 36 min)
Spirit Of Adventure: “Bikes Of Wrath” (Cameron Ford, USA, 1:47 min)
Pure Joy: “The Frenchy” (Michelle Smith, USA, 14 min)
Most Inspiring: “My Big White Thighs” (Hannah Maia, United Kingdom, 25 min)
Creative Excellence: “Beyond The Horizon” (Jon Klackzeiwcz, Honduras, 25 min)
People’s Choice: “My Big White Thighs” (Hannah Maia, United Kingdom, 25 min)
Start a dialogue, stay on topic and be civil.
If you don't follow the rules, your comment may be deleted.