In year’s past we’ve posted all the trailers for the films screening at local film fests, but links to YouTube trailers have become ubiquitous and you can now get the low down on all the excellent films, times and locations at the 12th Annual Pikes Peak Lavender Film Festival right HERE.

Email us at thebigsomething@krcc.org today for a chance to win passes to the festival. We have 3 pairs of all-weekend passes, and 3 pairs for tomorrow’s opening night celebration in the Edith Kinney Gaylord Cornerstone Arts Center on the Colorado College campus. Please specify which passes you’d like and please only request the tickets you’ll actually use. First come, first served.

 

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