Thank you for your interest in the Independent Film Society of Colorado’s website. The website is currently only partly functional. We are working to correct some problems with the site and will have it back up and fully functional soon. Until then enjoy what we have available.
I apologize for this newsletter being a little late. I was enjoying the great Colorado outdoors and just got back from a camping trip. There is a lot going on through the rest of July and August. This Thursday we are showing a highly acclaimed British film at the Tim RGill Center and Saturday we are helping the Rocky Mountain Women’s Film Institute with an outdoor screening in Black Forest. We have four more films to complete our series at the Ivywild School. Weather permitting, these will be outdoor screenings. If you enjoy the Ivywild screenings, let them know. As of now, our last screening at Ivywild will be on … Continue reading →
The weather has been wonderful for most of the movies at Ivywild and we have been able to show them outside. If you have had a chance to check them out, you should. Our 1st and 3rd Thursday movies are still inside the air conditioned Tim Gill Center if you prefer that. Although, we are working with our sister organization, Peak Film Forum, to possibly have some local filmmakers do an outdoor screening of their work later this summer in the Tim Gill Center Parking lot. In other good news, the IFSOC webpage is mostly up and working now. Check it out at www.ifsoc.org and let me know what else … Continue reading →
FREE “Mystery” Film on Thursday, Goonies Next Monday, Jurassic Park in 2 Weeks Now that the weather has improved, it is great to get out and do things after work. What could be better then enjoying the fresh air then take in a movie. I’m sorry, but I haven’t had time to work on the IFSOC website. The www.ifsoc.org website is still undergoing maintenance and only have limited functionality for a little while. I will slowing be bringing it up to full speed and hope to have it fully functional in a few weeks. Because of our licensing agreement through PPLD, we can show some films free of charge, but … Continue reading →