The Durango Independent Film Festival is committed to developing film literacy and to being a welcoming, intimate and unique film organization that screens global, innovative and diverse films that connect independent filmmakers, their artistic process and vision to the community.
Special Jury Award and Audience Award in each category.
No premiere requirement
Jury and Organizers
Brandon Donahue (Features Programming); Deb Nielsen (School Programming); Derrick Casto (Programming Director); Dixie June Reed (Programming Administrator); Greg Weiss (LGBT Programming); Joanie Fraughton (Executive Director); Michele Malach (Shorts Programming); Ron Borrego (Documentary, Adventure Sports and Native American Programming).
24 Town Plaza Unit A
Durango, CO 81301
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Narrative shorts with a total running time of 45 minutes or less.
Any film featuring Native American content or directed by a Native American. Narrative shorts, documentaries, and features all can fall into this category.
Durango Film encourages the creation and sharing of artistic family films suitable for a general audience the express fundamental respect for the positive values and stories of life and it's adventures.
Outdoor adventure films are popular in Durango so any type of film featuring outdoor adventure will be considered. Films can be any length and genre such as documentary or narrative.
Any LGBT film which can be a narrative or documentary of any length.
Any animated film with a total running time of 45 minutes or less.
Narrative feature films including animated features and experimental features 50 minutes or more total running time.
A short documentary film 49 minutes or less total running time.
A documentary film 50 minutes or more total running time.