Durango film festival keeps rolling

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Durango film festival keeps rolling

Panels, workshops upstage on-screen action this weekend
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, which received the Director’s Choice Award for Best Art Film at the Sedona Film Festival, will screen at 9 a.m. today and 9 p.m. Saturday at the Gaslight Cinema.
Fifth-grade students from Park Elementary School attend the Durango Independent Film Festival’s Intermediate Scholastic program Thursday at the Durango Arts Center.
Filmmaker Alex Cox will be a panelist for “Power of Story” on Saturday morning at the Back Space Theatre.
DIFF panels

All panels are moderated by Rich Henrich and will be held at the Back Space Theatre, 1120 Main Ave.
“Power of Story,” with Alex Cox, Alethea Root, Jules Bruff and Manny Otto, 11 a.m. Saturday.
“Stuntman Stories” with Bud Davis and guests, 4 p.m. Saturday.
“What’s So Funny? (with three guys who know),” 11 a.m. Sunday.
The full schedule of films, panels and events, with full descriptions, is available at www.durangofilm.org.

Durango film festival keeps rolling

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, which received the Director’s Choice Award for Best Art Film at the Sedona Film Festival, will screen at 9 a.m. today and 9 p.m. Saturday at the Gaslight Cinema.
Fifth-grade students from Park Elementary School attend the Durango Independent Film Festival’s Intermediate Scholastic program Thursday at the Durango Arts Center.
Filmmaker Alex Cox will be a panelist for “Power of Story” on Saturday morning at the Back Space Theatre.
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