November 13-21, 2020
Celebrating the drive, spirit, and diversity of women through film
Inspire, educate, and Entertain
The Female Lens
The longest-running women’s film festival in North America honors films and filmmakers that present the world as women experience it. The Rocky Mountain Women’s Film Festival showcases documentary, narrative, shorts, and animated films that are thought-provoking, enriching, and encourage both global awareness and personal growth.
NOVEMBER 13-21, 2020
Rocky Mountain Women’s Film Festival
We're going virtual.
The 33rd Annual Rocky Mountain Women’s Film Festival is ON – virtually! COVID may be preventing us from gathering in person, but it will not stop us from sharing films with you this coming November. Admittedly, hosting an online festival has never been a dream of ours; however, the more we delve into this new format the more excited we become with the opportunities it presents. It’s certainly going to look a little different than what we are used to, but isn’t that what this year is all about? Keep your eyes open for more information in the coming weeks about purchasing passes, tickets, setting up your home theater and more.
founded in 1987
It all started with two women and a great idea on the road back from the Telluride Film Festival in 1987. More than thirty years later that idea has produced the longest running women’s film festival in North America! Thirty years of making a difference to people in our community. Thirty years of learning, of discovery, of exploration, of experiencing, and of celebrating the drive, spirit, and diversity of women.
Donna Guthrie & Jere Martin
“I think we all had our different reasons for getting involved. The shared goals were to bring alternative, diverse visions of women’s stories to our community and celebrate women’s creativity. Our intention was to expand people’s consciousness, including our own, and continue to grow wiser about all the important issues facing us in this complex world of special interests and the deft marketing of viewpoints connected to consumerism.”
Jere Martin, Origin Statement
Community Through Film
Rocky Mountain Women's Film
The Rocky Mountain Women’s Film Festival could not exist without the remarkable support it receives from its sponsors. The event provides an outstanding marketing platform, and sponsorships are customized to meet each partners unique objectives.
Interested in getting more involved? We are always looking for enthusiastic, committed volunteers to help produce the annual festival and our other events throughout the year!