RMWFF Poster

Let’s face it, there’s no way you’re going to be able to make it to all the films at this weekend’s 22nd Annual (that’s right!)Rocky Mountain Women’s Film Festival. All of these often-heartwrenching films are amazing, but you’ll definitely be pulled in one direction or another at some point. So, here to make your decision a little bit easier are as many trailers from the features (sorry, just too many with all the shorts) that we could dig up on YouTube and Vimeo.

Though the full-weeekend and opening gala passes are sold out, there are plenty of day passes left for Saturday and Sunday along with lots of other information about this amazing locally produced film festival that is now the oldest continuously running women’s film festival in the world! (Seriously, we challenge you to attend this event and then complain ever again that Colorado Springs is a cultural wasteland.)

All the information you could possibly need, including tickets and schedules, is available HERE at www.rmwfilmfest.org.

And here are the previews:

(un)veiled:

American Outrage:

Blessed is the Match:

Boy Interrupted:

For the Life of Me:

Mine:

Mosque in Morgantown:

My Mother’s Garden:

Neshoba:

Orgasm, Inc.:

Shouting Fire:

Sin by Silence:

Smile ‘Til it Hurts: The Up With People Story:

Speaking in Tongues:

SPEAKING IN TONGUES TRAILER from PatchWorks Films on Vimeo.

Sweet Crude:

The Age of Stupid:

The Queen and I:

The Reckoning:

 

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