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8:00 PM - Parking Lot Opens
9:00 PM - Film Program Begins

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Join us and continue to celebrate PRIDE by coming together as a community to watch SUMMER QAMP.  



Directed by: Jen Markowitz
In the forests of Alberta, Canada, sits Camp fYrefly, a haven for LGBTQ+ teens far away from the fierce political battle being waged against them. Uplifting, funny, and moving, Summer Qamp joins the campers as they make friends, explore crushes, and share experiences around transitioning and intersectionality, while never losing sight of the bravery of these young protagonists whose identities are challenged by society outside of the camp boundaries.


The parking lot opens at 8:00 p.m., when we will welcome you with free POPCORN! We encourage attendees to TAILGATE and socialize before the film program begins at approximately 9:00 p.m.  Get settled in your vehicle, turn the radio up, and enjoy a great film on a great big screen under the stars. Alternatively, and weather permitting, we will set up a speaker system for sound, so bring a QAMP CHAIR and layers to enjoy the film al fresco.



  • This screening is offered with Closed-Captions [CC].
  • In case of rain this event will take place at Ivywild School in the gymnasium. Registered attendees will receive an email on Saturday confirming the final location.

RMWF Drive-in Cinema is located at the former Gazette Building (704 E. Colorado Ave, 80903).  Special thanks to Norwood Development Group for providing this space where we can continue to build community around film.


See you next Summer!

That’s a wrap on the 2022 summer series at RMWF’s Drive-In Cinema! Thanks to everyone who attended and special thanks to our presenting sponsor, Norwood Development, for making this space available to us each year.  



6:30 PM - Parking Lot Opens
7:15 PM - Film Program Begins

In 1985, Willem de Kooning’s “Woman-Ochre,” one of the most valuable paintings of the 20th century, vanished into the Arizona desert after being cut from its frame at the University of Arizona Museum of Art. 32 years later, the $160 million painting was found hanging in the home of Jerry and Rita Alter in rural New Mexico. The Thief Collector takes a deep look at how, and why, this mild-mannered couple pulled off one of the greatest art heists of a generation, exploring the complicated dynamics of family, the contours of criminality, and just how far people will go to weave their own grandiose narratives.

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Former Gazette Building Parking Lot

704 E. Colorado Avenue
Colorado Springs, CO 80903

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