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Boulder Int’l Film Festival’s Free Student Films, Friday, April 29

BIFF.jpgThe Colorado Film Society, the non-profit organization that produces the Boulder International Film Festival, will conduct its “World Cinema Day” program for students age 13 and above on Friday, April 29, 2011, a no-school day due to teacher in-service meetings.

This World Cinema Day program will be held at the Boulder Public Library Auditorium at 9th & Canyon from 1 to 3 p.m. and will feature a program of six short films screened previously at the Boulder International Film Festival:

There is no cost for students to attend, though seating will be available on a “first come/first served” basis. CFS staff will be present at the screening.

The program is appropriate for ages 13 and older. It is NOT appropriate for younger students.

The Colorado Film Society is a non-profit organization that produces the Boulder International Film Festival. The CFS is dedicated to building a cohesive film community in Boulder through educational outreach to area students and providing educational forums and networking opportunities to filmmakers and industry professionals in Boulder.

“World Cinema Days” are presented by the Colorado Film Society/Boulder International Film Festival, and are made possible through support from The Community Foundation, Xcel Energy and the Colorado Council on the Arts.

Please call 303 449-2283 or email [email protected] for more information.

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