Breckenridge Film Festival Debuts Adventure Films In Colorado's Rocky Mountains This Weekend

Tom Malone/Adventure Tribune
The 37th Breckenridge Film Festival kicks off this weekend, and it features some epic adventure films that are already creating major award buzz.

COLORADO - Deep in the heart of Colorado's Rocky Mountains sits the ski town of Breckenridge. During the winter, this town is full of skiers, snowboarders, and people who simply want to escape the city and adventure through the snow. However, in late September, before much snowfall, Breckenridge draws a different crowd: filmmakers.

The 37th Breckenridge Film Festival kicked off on September 21 and runs through September 24. The festival features 30 filmmakers from around the world. The festival will showcase plenty off adventure films that are sure to inspire the explorer and risk-takers in the crowd.

Adventure Reel will showcase two hour-long documentaries about adventures through Alaska's difficult terrain, both on foot and through the air.

Fearless Females features three documentaries detailing the epic winter skiing abilities and summer rock climbing feats of female extreme athletes.

Blood Road, a feature-length documentary, tracks trail bike riders who travel Vietnam's Ho Chi Minh trail to find where their father crash landed during the Vietnam War during his service as a U.S. pilot.

Tickets for any film/film series will cost between 10 and 25 dollars. Film times and locations can be found on the Breckenridge Film Festival website.


Tom Malone is the Editor-In-Chief of The Adventure Tribune and author of adventure novels, like Across Americana. He is based in Denver, Colorado, where he adventures through the Rocky Mountains while not traveling abroad.
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