The Boulder International Film Festival is seeking volunteers for venue support for a day of music on the Chautauqua Green (location tentative due to COVID restrictions) during the film festival June 24th-27th.
Volunteers will work with Music Production Team Leads, assisting in basic tech needs.
Plans for the festival are evolving as COVID restrictions change. Currently, we are looking for support on the day of June 26th throughout the day.
The Film Festival is working under COVID-19 safety protocols and guidelines set forth by the County of Bolder as well as CDC.
The mission of the Colorado Film Society (CFS) is to encourage and celebrate the art of film by creating a dynamic forum for artistic, social and cultural awareness in the community.
The CFS offers four programs throughout the year: (1) the Boulder International Film Festival (BIFF); (2) the CFS Educational Outreach Program; (3) the CFS Community Resource Program; and (4) the CFS Film Series.
BIFF offers audiences an opportunity to see films from all corners of the world and to learn from a diverse group of filmmakers. Since the inaugural festival was presented in 2005, BIFF has developed a reputation as one of the most influential and innovative young film festivals in the U.S.
An extraordinary number of new films have gone on from early screenings at BIFF to significant box-office success and multiple Oscar nominations. The CFS also inspires tomorrow’s film artists through year-round educational outreach programs, including "World Cinema Days" which bring international film, filmmakers, and presentations to local students; through Schmoozers, our networking event which provides a venue for people involved or interested in the film arts and industry to mix and mingle, and through the CFS Community Resource Program, which provides various forms of no-cost support, resources and mentorship to many arts organizations in Boulder County.