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Through film, and specifically the stories of women and others who are often unheard or unseen, we hope to foster connection and cultivate a more empathetic community.
nov 11-13, 2022 | COLORADO COLLEGE
Rocky Mountain Women’s Film Festival
This year we celebrated the driven, spirited and diverse filmmakers that have been the foundation of our festival for over three decades, as well as the dedicated film fans that make this festival experience so special. Thank you for joining us and for supporting us for 35 years!
Learn how RMWF has grown over the last 35 years!
Film has the power to influence change, provoke thought and encourage empathy. And without filmmakers there would be no film. For 35 years, RMWF has hosted hundreds of female filmmakers, who have been central to our success as we’ve watched their careers flourish and grow. This year, as we take time to reflect upon the legacy of RMWF, we want to celebrate those who have come alongside us. May 13-29, join us as we honor filmmaker and friend Lisa F. Jackson with a powerful schedule of her body of work (both virtually and in-person) and a pinnacle event with Lisa as the guest of honor. Click here to learn more about Lisa and her body of work.
Made possible by the Lori Cohen Endowment, a RMWF Legacy fund.
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More than a Festival
Rocky Mountain Women’s Film has provided more than twenty events this year ranging from free office screenings, outdoor film, award-winning shorts, and exclusive events with filmmakers.
Each year we strive to share stories through film that compel, entertain, touch, inspire, and provoke us to become a more empathetic and connected community. Check out our year-round programming, featured events, and special pop-up events happening each month.
Every month Rocky Mountain Women’s Film hosts a screening in our office to share a film or films from our vast library with both new fans and seasoned cinefiles.
We highlight a feature-length film or a collection of short films from a previous Festival pulling from the Madelyn Osur Film Library. These screenings are free and open to the public. (Seating is limited, so plan to reserve your space in advance!)
Volunteers founded this organization and continue to be its heartbeat. Rocky Mountain Women’s Film has built a network of volunteers and is always seeking to add additional passionate film fans to our event volunteer list. Sign up for our newsletter below to receive notifications of upcoming events and volunteer opportunities.