The Shoot Out 24 Hour Filmmaking Festival Boulder Retires in 2012
The Shoot Out Boulder retired after 9 fast filmmaking years with their last event in 2012.
The festival was started before YouTube went viral and when VHS tape entries got screened! What a ride! In that short time, we have cheered past winners going to the Oscars, Cannes, Sundance and watched 17 & under high schoolers graduate from film schools. Thank you for making us a part of your lives!
We invite interested filmmakers and participants to venture to The Shoot Out Cheyenne for that annual autumn event. Please visit TSOC website for more information and dates. Follow the former TSOB founder Michael Conti at Michael Conti Video Productions.
Westword honored Boulder Filmmaking Contest as the Best Local Film Festival 2009, Best Film Festival 2007, Best New Festival 2004 by Denver's Westword Weekly Editors. All of which makes The Shoot Out Boulder one of the most fun things to do in Boulder!
We were listed in the 2010 World Trip Planner published by Guardian U.K. to the world's hottest tickets and little-known events, compiled by the Frommer's team at Whatsonwhen.com Included in Keep Boulder Weird.
Sponsored in part by the Boulder Arts Commission.
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