The Emerging Filmmakers Project (EFP) has been the home of Denver’s independent film scene since 2002. Held the third Thursday of every month and hosted by local filmmaker Patrick Sheridan, the EFP is a great place to screen your work, network with other creatives in town, and to support your fellow indie filmmakers.
A spirited talkback with each filmmaker follows their movie where you, the audience, gets to to tell the filmmaker exactly what you really think of their work! Doors open at 7:30 and screening starts at 8:00 p.m. Tickets are just $5.
Oh, and click on the filmmaker’s name to read our EFP interview with them or go to their website!
January 21st at 8:00 p.m. $5
Fanny Pey (trailer) – Film Wants You Back (00:30)
The 25th Annual Putnam County Spelling Bee (trailer) – Equinox Theatre Company (02:30)
Worship World – Nancy Fingerhood (02:14)
The Big Sell – Guillermo Roques (6:17)
Snowman – Bilegsaikhan Bolormaa (9:37)
A Sneak Peek at EFPalooza 2016!
Teddy Boy (trailer) – Sean J.S. Jourdan (01:26)
Oleander (trailer) – Elgin Cahill (01:00)
Catastrophe! (trailer) – Bradley Haag (00:48)
Fearless (trailer) – Tim Nolte (01:00)
Harassment Sheshment – G. Chris Wiegang (04:28)
Entropy – Kate Lowell and Andrew Ellsworth (4:06)
To Catch a Snowflake – David Quakenbush (3:05)
Earlier screenings to be listed soon!
The Bug Theatre and The Emerging Filmmakers Project are supported by the Scientific & Cultural Facilities District (SCFD), The Scen3, Patsy’s Inn Italian Restaurant, Fresh Film News, Film Acting Academy of Denver, Plan 9 Studios, Mark Mook Photography & Video Productions, Twelve Monkeys Dancing Films, and cool cats everywhere.