Stories Worth Telling is a two night festival, celebrating live storytelling and filmmaking. September 27 will feature Colorado’s best live storytellers. September 28 features award-winning short films, rooted in outdoor adventure. “Peter Hogan”, a film on Sept. 28 features Mines graduate, Peter Hogan.
Wednesday, September 27 – Live Storytelling at the Buffalo Rose in Golden, CO.
Doors Open at 5:30 p.m. followed by live music with Mark Morris of Rapidgrass and Charlie Rose
Storytelling Program begins at 7 p.m.
The theme of this program is Into The Unknown and will be hosted by Nick P Ross. This program will feature Live Storytelling, as well as a selection of short films. The line-up of storytellers includes PT Smith, Isaiah Thomas, Susan Henshaw, Eric McNeil, Beth Bradley, Austin Butterfield and Luis Antonio Perez. This program features some of the best storytellers in Colorado.
Thursday, September 28 – Film festival evening featuring short outdoor films at the Buffalo Rose in Golden, CO
Doors Open at 5:30 p.m. followed by live music with Mark Morris and members of Rapidgrass
Film Program begins at 7 p.m.
This program will feature the following short films, with a strong selection of films based in outdoor adventure.
Peter Hogan / North American Premiere (Mines graduate, Peter Hogan is the film subject. Also featuring a Golden filmmaker, special guests present)
One Buck Won’t Hurt / Colorado Premiere
The Alchemy of David / Colorado Premiere
Between Earth & Sky / Front Range Premiere, award-winning film
Leo & Chester / Front Range Premiere
JoJo – A Toad Musical – Front Range Premiere
Light Beams For Helena – Front Range Premiere (Colorado filmmaker)