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 and has been generously sponsored by the Community Foundation of the Gunnison Valley

You can conveniently purchase your ticket online here (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).

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


POACHED

Timothy Wheeler
(USA, 2015, 91 min)

When passion becomes obsession: In the United Kingdom, egg thieves rob the nests of rare birds while a police initiative named "Operation Easter" tries to stop them. Poached is a fascinating expose into the lives and obsessions of five men whose actions threaten to wipe out an entire species of birds. “Utterly fascinating and weird. An intellectual character study of specimens, obsession, and self-rationalization. Brilliant, bizarre, and beautiful.”

CB FILM FESTIVAL KICK-OFF AT THE CENTER FOR THE ARTS, THURSDAY, SEPTEMBER 17, 7 PM
CB FILM FESTIVAL KICK-OFF AT THE GUNNISON ARTS CENTER, SATURDAY, SEPTEMBER 19, 6:30 PM


THE LITTLE DEATH

THE LITTLE DEATH, which marks the arrival of Australian writer-director Josh Lawson, is both an edgy sex comedy and a warm-hearted depiction of the secret lives of five suburban couples living in Sydney. Lawson's searing and sometimes shocking screenplay weaves together a story that explores a range of sexual fetishes and the repercussions that come with sharing them. Featuring an ensemble of breakthrough talent, the film was produced by Jamie Hilton, Michael Petroni and Matt Reeder; and executive produced by Phil Hunt, Compton Ross, Josh Pomeranz, Viv Scanu and Stephen Boyle. Running time is 96 minutes. Rated PG-13.

THURSDAY, OCTOBER 17, 7 PM - CENTER FOR THE ARTS

TICKETS: $10