See a slate of local, regional and national indie shorts and features at the first Boise Film Festival. You’ll find parties, filmmaker talks, audience awards and panel discussions — all at alternative venues in Downtown Boise. The opening film is “Spray Paint Atlas,” (pictured) a dark comedy from Los Angeles-based filmmaker Trevor Campbell, making his feature length directorial debut. It shows at 7 p.m. Sept. 25 at the Cathedral of the Rockies, 11th and Hays streets. Then head to the opening night party at The Mode Lounge, 800 W. Idaho St., Boise. The party is free to attend. There’s a no-host bar, but you’ll find drink specials for ticket holders.
Sept. 25-27 at various venues in Downtown Boise. $95 for a three-day pass, $45 for one-day passes for Sept. 26 and 27 only. Single tickets are $5 for films, $10 for panels at the door. Find more details in 10DaysOut. BoiseFilmFestival.org.
Download the full schedule here.