The Dam Short Film Festival wrapped Sunday night with an awards gala at the Boulder Theatre recognizing the talents of emerging filmmakers and signaling 10 years of success for the annual, home-grown festival.
Last week, local glassblower Don Thompson, also known as “Crystal Wizard,” sat at his workstation in Boulder City Antique Market, conversing casually with tourists who had no idea that 50 years ago he was hanging out with The Beatles.
The 10th annual Dam Short Film Festival began Wednesday at the Boulder Theatre, offering a record 171 short films playing over five days, as well as film-related events around town. The Boulder City Review compiled a list of recommended films and events, based on the festival website and our experiences at past festivals.
The 10th annual Dam Short Film Festival is taking over the Boulder Theatre Feb. 12-16, and is promising to attract more filmmakers than ever before.
The schedule for the 10th annual Dam Short Film Festival was announced Jan. 1, and the festival will be bigger than ever.
Junior Melissa O’Berto, who is on the set construction crew, and senior Ruth Faulkner, stage manager, work together to everything in order for tonight’s opening of “Harvey” at Boulder City High School. The play is being presented at 7 p.m. tonight, Friday and Saturday in the theater on campus, 1101 Fifth St. Tickets are $7 for adults and $5 for students. Call 702-799-8200 for more information.
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