Updated June 17, 2019
ENOFF launches July 10 with the
GALA AND GREEN CARPET
(5:30 p.m. DAIRY ARTS CENTER LOBBY).
Swing to the tunes of the DOSCOCOS JAZZ TRIO, nosh on appetizers from Boulder’s premier caterer THREE LEAF, enjoy libations from NATURAL MERCHANTS WINE COLLECTION and OSKAR BLUES BREWERY. Try out virtual reality provided by Protect Our Winter and GOOGLE's Earth Wall and Sustainability Presentation.
Opening night’s film:
THE RIVER AND THE WALL
. A new documentary by filmmaker Ben Masters conveys the urgency of documenting the last remaining wilderness in Texas, now under the looming threat of border wall construction. Join Masters, NatGeo Explorer Filipe DeAndrade, ornithologist Heather Mackey, river guide Austin Alvarado, and conservationist Jay Kleberg on their two-and-a-half-month journey down 1,200 miles of the U.S.-Mexico border.
Individual Tickets and Festival Passes for the
Boulder Environmental/Nature/ Outdoors Film Festival
can be purchased on the
Dairy Arts Center web site
or at the Dairy Arts Center Box Office daily, 12 - 6PM daily.
Opening Night is just the start! Don’t miss:
Thursday, July 11:
, a provocative journey into the ocean realm with commentary with Dr. Mikki McComb-Kobza of Ocean First Institute.
THE CURRENT REVOLUTION
(followed by panel discussion on Renewable and Clean energy initiatives).
INTO THE CANYON
, a breathtaking film by Colorado based Pete McBride of his travels along the entire 750 miles of the Grand Canyon with friend and journalist Kevin Fedarko.
Friday, July 12:
a film about people, rivers, and the fight for the future of wild fish and the environment that supports them. (Afterthoughts with The Nature Conservancy)
THIS MOUNTAIN LIFE,
is a riveting examination of human passion set high in the peaks of British Columbia.
Joining us will be Martina Halik who attempts (with her 60-year-old mother) a bitterly cold 2300-kilometer ski trek from Canada to Alaska through the treacherous Coast Mountains; a journey that has been completed only once before, and never by a female duo.
Saturday, July 13:
A series of
THE BIGGEST LITTLE FARM
, the acclaimed film about a city couple who moves to the country to develop an environmentally sound farm. Commentary afterwards with Marcus McCauley from McCauley Family Farms and Ethan Steinberg from Propagate.
WOMAN AT WAR
, the Icelandic adventure film about a woman who commits sabotage to fight the pollution caused by an aluminum plant.
Followed by our closing night party at
Hilton Garden Hotel (one block away).
ENOFF Guest Speakers Include (as of June 17):
· Dr. Mikki McComb-Kobza of Ocean First Institute
· Martina Halik, subject of THIS MOUNTAIN LIFE
· Marcus McCauley, McCauley Family Farms
· Ethan Steinberg, Propagate.
Thank you, Sponsors!
ENOFF is made possible by: Boulder Convention and Visitors Bureau; Fjallraven; The Nature Conservancy;
; Google; Justin’s; Dairy Arts Center; Zeal Optics; Carmichael Productions; Eldorado Natural Spring Water; Oskar Blues Brewery; Natural Merchants Wine Selections;
; Popsockets; Protect Our Winters, Boulder Colorado Renewable Energy Society; Patagonia Boulder.
Line Up at a Glance
(Click the title of the film to purchase tickets and to learn more about the film)
Individual Tickets: $15 per film, $10 CHILDREN 14 OR YOUNGER. Excludes Special Prices for Opening Night and Closing Night Events.
Opening Night Event - $75, Closing Night Event - $30
Festival Pass only $185. BEST VALUE IF YOU PLAN TO BE WITH US FOR THE ENTIRE FESTIVAL.
Individual Tickets are now available for purchase online or at the Dairy Arts Center box office daily (to avoid online fees).
Free Parking located at the Dairy Arts Center and surrounding residential streets. Additional low cost parking at the Hilton Garden/Embassy Suite Hotels - 1 block away.
For more information please contact daisy@BoulderENOFF.org or call us at 774-392-2972 for details.