‘Art and Craft’ documentary is showing in Vail on Friday
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What: “Art and Craft” documentary film, part of new winter screening series.
Where: Vail Mountain School.
When: 7:30 p.m. Friday.
More information: www.vailfilmfestival.com.
VAIL — The Vail Film Festival is kicking off the inaugural winter screening series with three preview screenings leading up to the 12th annual festival, set for March 26-29. The first in the series is the critically acclaimed documentary “Art and Craft,” from directors Sam Cullman, Jennifer Grausman and Mark Becker. The film tells the story of Mark Landis who has been called one of the most prolific art forgers in U.S. history. “Art and Craft” has been charming audiences since its world premiere at the Tribeca Film Festival.
The screening is Friday at 7:30 p.m. at Vail Mountain School. Tickets are $10 and can be purchased at the door or at http://www.vailfilmfestival.com/screeningseries.
“We’re excited to launch the VFF winter screening series as a way to celebrate innovative, cutting-edge filmmaking and to offer the Vail community an additional opportunity to see incredible independent films” said Sean Cross, Vail Film Festival co-director.
The 12th annual Vail Film Festival will showcase more than 50 films from around the world. Beyond film screenings, the festival is committed to fostering and celebrating leading filmmakers and actors. Past festival honorees and special guests include Tate Taylor, Allison Janney, Kate Bosworth, Olivia Wilde, Jesse Eisenberg, Kevin Smith, Krysten Ritter, Aaron Paul, Giancarlo Esposito, Zach Braff, Sophia Bush, Harold Ramis, Josh Lucas, Tim Daly and Adrian Grenier, among others.
For festival passes, film screening tickets or more information, visit http://www.VailFilmFestival.com.
The Vail Film Festival is staged by the Colorado Film Institute, a nonprofit organization, and relies on corporate sponsorships and individual donations to stage the annual event. For sponsorship information, email firstname.lastname@example.org.
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