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Founded in 2005, the annual Estes Park Film Festival takes place the second weekend of each September in beautiful Estes Park, Colorado, home of Rocky Mountain National Park! Visit for more info.

Film festival returns for fifth year Actor Art LeFleur is the featured guest

Showcasing 35 of the latest independent films from around the world, the 5th annual Estes Park Film Festival will take place Sept. 17 to 19 at the Historic Park Theatre in beautiful Estes Park. Built in 1913, the Park Theatre is the oldest operating movie theatre west of the Mississippi and is on the national register of historic places. This September filmmakers, festival attendees and industry professionals from around the world will travel to Estes Park to enjoy the diverse selection of independent feature-length films, documentaries and short films. The festival will also honor their featured guest, actor Art LaFleur (Field of Dreams, The Sandlot, Santa Clause 2 and 3), with a lifetime achievement award for his contributions to cinema and television.

Featured at this year`s opening night party is a special pre-release screening of the critically acclaimed comedy "Barry Munday" starring Patrick Wilson and Judy Greer. Filled with an ensemble of unusual characters including Cybill Shepherd and Chloe Sevigny, "Barry Munday" is the surprisingly heart-warming tale of a guy who finds it took losing his manhood to be a better man. Other feature-length films include "Earthwork" , based on the true story of a Kansas crop-artist (played by John Hawkes of ABC`s "Lost" ) who risked it all to create a multi-acre piece of art in New York. "Earthwork" is directed by Chris Ordal and has already won several film festival awards across the country. The Colorado premiere of "Last Breath" might just be one of the most original films in this year`s line-up with its creative blending of horror, drama and romance. The film, directed by Kansas native Ty Jones, tells the story of a husband and wife who find themselves imprisoned by a sadistic killer -- forced to make choices that will ultimately determine their family`s survival or demis

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