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.


CROWN HEIGHTS
THURSDAY, DECEMBER 21| 7 PM

When Colin Warner is wrongfully convicted of murder, his best friend Carl King devotes his life to proving Colin's innocence. Adapted from an episode of This American Life, Crown Heights tells the incredible true story of their harrowing quest for justice. The film premiered in competition at the 2017 Sundance Film Festival and won the Audience Award for U.S. Dramatic Film. Starring Lakeith Lee Stanfield and Nnamdi Asomugha. 

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

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

$10 tickets sold at the door, in advance at the Center for the Arts, or online below.


WARREN MILLER'S "LINE OF DESCENT"
FRIDAY, DECEMBER 29 | 5:30 PM & 8:30 PM

The annual tradition is back to salute the start of winter as we celebrate Warren Miller's 68th ski and snowboard film with downhill thrills, global adventure and a nod to those that taught us to slide on snow. “This season, we explore how skiers are shaped by picking up a pair of skis for the first time. More often than not, it’s family who introduces us to the sport or steers us on the path towards an ongoing passion."

Ride along on a stunning cinematic journey as we travel near and far, descending some of North America’s deepest lines in Jackson Hole,  Montana, Silverton, Squaw Valley Alpine Meadows, and Steamboat. From powsurfer to splitboard, motorcycle, dogsled or snowmobile, watch as athletes chase winter along the Beartooth Pass, the French Alps, New Zealand, British Columbia, and Norway.

Film running time is 120 minutes (including a 15 minute intermission). Doors open 30 mins prior to showtime.

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

$20 tickets sold at the door, in advance at the Center for the Arts, or online below.