Inaugural Something Wild Film Festival screening in Durango

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Inaugural Something Wild Film Festival screening in Durango

Weekend of offbeat, unexpected movies kicks off Friday
“Aim for the Roses” will be shown Sunday at Stadium 9 as part of Something Wild Film Festival.
Noel Wells and Kieran Culkin star in the sci-fi comedy “Infinity Baby,” a science-fiction comedy that explores the ideas of love and family in the future.
“The Landing” takes a new look at the controversy surrounding Apollo 18, the U.S.’s last mission to the moon.
If you go

What: Something Wild Film Festival
When: Friday-Sunday
Where: Durango Stadium 9
Tickets: Passes $100, tickets to individual shows $13 and are available at the door 10 minutes before shows. Passes available at Maria’s Bookshop, 960 Main Ave., and online at http://bit.ly/2hcfxfg.
More information: Visit https://somethingwildfilmfest.com.

Movie schedule

All movies will be shown at Durango Stadium 9. Individual tickets are $13 and will be sold 10 minutes before each screening.
Friday6 p.m.: Sundowners. (1 hr. 37 min.) Comedy/buddy movie/vacation. Not rated.
9 p.m.: A**holes. (1 hr. 13 min.) Comedy/crass/surreal. Adults only.
Saturday11 a.m.: The Landing. (1 hr. 23 min.) Science/mystery. Not rated.
1:30 p.m.: Infinity Baby. (1 hr. 12 min.) Comedy/witty/science fiction. Not rated.
3:30 p.m.: A Taste of Ink. (1 hr. 20 min.) Drama/family/coming of age.
6 p.m.: The Square. (2 hr.) Comedy/drama. Rated R.
9 p.m.: Static Age. (1 hr. 2 min.) Experimental/comedy/surreal. Adults only.
Sunday11 a.m.: Shorts Program. (1 hr. 20 min.)
1 p.m.: The Strange Ones. (1 hr. 21 min.) Thriller/drama/mystery. Not rated.
3 p.m.: Aim for the Roses. (1 hr. 42 min.) Documentary/musical/drama. Not rated.
5 p.m.: Thirst Street. (1 hr. 23 min.) Drama/comedy/romance. Not rated.
7:30 p.m.: (Closing film to be announced)

Inaugural Something Wild Film Festival screening in Durango

“Aim for the Roses” will be shown Sunday at Stadium 9 as part of Something Wild Film Festival.
Noel Wells and Kieran Culkin star in the sci-fi comedy “Infinity Baby,” a science-fiction comedy that explores the ideas of love and family in the future.
“The Landing” takes a new look at the controversy surrounding Apollo 18, the U.S.’s last mission to the moon.
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