Join us on the third Thursday of every month for the Crested Butte Monthly Film Series, a powerful line up of diverse and inspiring films, audience favorites and new independent cinematic masterpieces.

The Film Series is a partnership of Crested Butte Film Festival and the Center for the Arts Crested Butte.

You can conveniently purchase your ticket online (includes a processing fee), at the door the evening of the show (beginning 1/2 hour prior to showtime - no fee) or in person at the Center for the Arts, 606 6th Street (no fee).

We now offer Monthly Film Series Punch Cards to save on films. MORE INFO

Some shows do sell out, so purchasing in advance is advisable.


THE WORKERS CUP
THURSDAY, OCTOBER 19 | 7 PM 

Directed by Adam Sobel
(USA, 2017, 92 mins)

We’re all fans of World Cup soccer... We may not be after we gain a glimpse into the lives of those building the stadiums for us.

Straight from Crested Butte Film Festival. Inside Qatar's labor camps, African and Asian migrant workers building the facilities of the 2022 World Cup compete in a football tournament of their own. In 2022, Qatar will host the biggest sporting event in the world, the FIFA World Cup. But right now, far away from the bright lights, star athletes and adoring fans, the tournament is being built on the backs of 1.6 million migrant workers. The Workers Cup gives voice to the men who are laboring to build sport’s grandest stage. 

Doors open at 6:30 p.m. Film at 7:00 p.m.

Takes place at the Center for the Arts, 606 6th Street. (303) 204-9080

$10 tickets sold at the door, in advance at the Center for the Arts, or online below. This event is FREE for 2017 Crested Butte Film Festival Volunteers!


MAY IT LAST: A PORTRAIT OF THE AVETT BROTHERS
THURSDAY, NOVEMBER 16 | 7 PM

Judd Apatow and Michael Bonfiglio

Filmed with extraordinary access over more than two years, May It Last: A Portrait of the Avett Brothers is a deeply intimate and revealing look at the Grammy Award-nominated North Carolina band fronted by Seth and Scott Avett. Directors Judd Apatow and Michael Bonfiglio chart the Avett Brothers' decade-and-a-half rise, while chronicling their 2016 collaboration with famed producer Rick Rubin on the critically-acclaimed album “True Sadness." Using the recording process as a backdrop, the film depicts a lifelong creative partnership put to the test as band members undergo marriage, divorce, parenthood, illness, and the challenges of the music business. More than just a concert documentary, May It Last is a meditation on family, love, and the passage of time.