21 Jan 2015

Public Lands Partnership will lend it’s support to the San Juan Independent Film Festival

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San Juan Independent Film Festival coming this Spring, April 10-12th, Montrose, CO.
Public Lands Partnership will lend it’s support to the 2015 San Juan Independent Film Festival….San Juan Independent Film Festival is coming this Spring, April 10-12th, to Montrose, CO.The film festival is hosted by Habitat For Humanity.
Public Lands Partnership (PLP) is proud to be one of this year’s sponsors. PLP is part of an organization that has been “Improving Our Public Lands for Future Generations”. Public Lands Partnership (PLP) has been promoting healthy landscapes for healthy communities since 1993 along with their other partner Uncompahgre Partnership. The two organizations will co-present the film “Seeds of Time” at this years 2015 San Juan Independent Film Festival. We will be showcasing our Native Seed Program and sharing information at Saturdays and Sundays event regarding the  beetle infestation on our local Public Lands.
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“Together we are Improving Our Public Lands for Future Generations”
For more information regarding the film  festival please click on the following link   http://www.buildinglives.org/sanjuanindependentfilm.
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The link to the film “Seeds of Time” and the trailer can be viewed here:
There will be  more and more information available regarding the film festival coming soon!
Here’s a snapshot of the three day event:
The inaugural San Juan Independent Film Festival (SJIFF) ​takes place in downtown Montrose April 10-12th!  This event will raise funds for Habitat for Humanity of the San Juans.  We serve Montrose, Ouray and San Miguel Counties, building decent, affordable homes for these communities.
Early bird tickets go on sale February 20th!  Full fest passes will be $40 and VIP passes will be $100.
  • Award winning films from around the world shown at the historic Fox Theater in the Penthouse
  • Kid and family program at the Lark & Sparrow (the historic Masonic Building downtown that is being renovated)
  • Outdoor expo and street fair
  • Block party on Centennial Plaza
  • VIP dinner at the Lark & Sparrow
  • Bloody Mary bar and brunch​
  • Live performances at the VIP dinner and in the Penthouse at the Fox for the Friday night kick off
  • Yoga in a Colorado Yurt
  • Organized mountain and road bike rides
  • Rock climbing workshop
  • PIYO outdoor classes
  • Two day adventure filmmaking workshop
  • Watercolor painting workshop
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