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Three-day film festival October 2-4, 2020

 Nestled at the foot of the beautiful Bighorn Mountains in Sheridan, Wyoming, the annual WYO Film Festival is a three-day festival that provides an intimate atmosphere for showcasing films of all shapes and sizes that are innovative, inspirational and capture the independent spirit of the greatest storytellers.

The WYO Film Festival is an ideal setting for filmmakers to premiere new work and develop lasting relationships with fellow filmmakers and industry. The WYO Film Festival draws an audience of over 1,500 people who come from across the country to experience an intimate festival in a unique locale. Each year, the WYO Film Festival receives film entries from all over the world, some of which have been screened at some of the world’s largest and most prestigious film festivals.

Wednesday 9/30

7:30pm – Death in the Mountains

Special Pre-Festival Screening

hosted by Sheridan Country Travel & Tourism

Friday 10/2

5pm – Happy Hour @ Bistro307

7:30pm – Bastards Road with filmmaker Q&A and special guest

9:30pm – Opening Night Party at The Welcome Market Hall

Saturday 10/3

10am – Shorts Film Program w filmmaker Q&A

1pm – Bastards Road with Q&A (2nd Screening)

4pm – Shorts (2nd Screening) w Filmmaker Q&A

5pm – Happy Hour @ Bistro307

7:30pm – Double Feature!  Early Light (short) & Cowboys:

A Documentary Portrait (with Q&A)

9:30pm – Party at Luminous!

Sunday 10/4

10am – Big Fur

1pm – Double Feature!  Early Light (short) & Cowboys:

A Documentary Portrait (with Q&A) (2nd Screening) w Q&A

4:30pm – Big Fur (2nd Screening)

Short Film Program Selections

The Cinch

Time & Tide

Heavy metal

One Man’s Trash

Spike

Making Men

The World is a Skate Park

Building Bridges

The Haunted Swordsman

Tickets on sale September 2020!

For tickets and more information, please visit wyofilmfest.org

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