Movie buffs can catch nearly 100 films in annual local event

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Movie buffs can catch nearly 100 films in annual local event

Curt Rousse, technical director of the Durango Independent Film Festival, sets up a digital light projector next to an older traditional 35 millimeter film projector inside the projection booth of the Gaslight Cinema on Tuesday. The festival begins today and runs through Sunday.
Artist Nicolas Quezada paints a large pot in a scene from Scott Petersen’s entry in the Durango Independent Film Festival, “The Renaissance of Mata Ortiz.” The feature-length documentary will screen at 9 a.m. Friday and 9 p.m. Saturday at the Gaslight Cinema.
Jules Bruff and Bjorn Johnson star in Althea Root’s “Part Time Fabulous,” a feature film about a couple struggling to overcome her clinical depression. Watch it Thursday at 3 p.m. or Saturday at 6 p.m. at the Gaslight Cinema.
Curt Rousse, technical director of the Durango Independent Film Festival, helps set up the projection booth of the Gaslight theater for the Durango Independent Film Festival.

Movie buffs can catch nearly 100 films in annual local event

Curt Rousse, technical director of the Durango Independent Film Festival, sets up a digital light projector next to an older traditional 35 millimeter film projector inside the projection booth of the Gaslight Cinema on Tuesday. The festival begins today and runs through Sunday.
Artist Nicolas Quezada paints a large pot in a scene from Scott Petersen’s entry in the Durango Independent Film Festival, “The Renaissance of Mata Ortiz.” The feature-length documentary will screen at 9 a.m. Friday and 9 p.m. Saturday at the Gaslight Cinema.
Jules Bruff and Bjorn Johnson star in Althea Root’s “Part Time Fabulous,” a feature film about a couple struggling to overcome her clinical depression. Watch it Thursday at 3 p.m. or Saturday at 6 p.m. at the Gaslight Cinema.
Curt Rousse, technical director of the Durango Independent Film Festival, helps set up the projection booth of the Gaslight theater for the Durango Independent Film Festival.
Gallery Walk

As part of the Durango Independent Film Festival, downtown galleries will host a special Gallery Walk Under the Stars, open to the public, from 5-9 p.m. Thursday with special exhibits and guests. Participating galleries are Azul, Diane West Fine Art, the Durango Arts Center, Earthen Vessel, Eno, Gallery 145, Open Shutter, the Rochester Hotel, Sorrel Sky, &, Toh-Atin and the White Dragon Tea Room. Festival passes and tickets are not required to attend the gallery walk.

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