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The StoryMode Independent
Short Film Awards - March 31 - April 1

IMAGINE...A Place Where Worlds of Fantasy Come to Life, a Place Where Artists Unite to Tell Incredible Stories.

The StoryMode Independent Short Film Awards (SISFA) is an exciting celebration of film and fun where short films are showcased and awards are given to the winners. Presented in a live Oscar-esque fashion, the festival includes filmmaker panels, musical performances and audience voting. It’s the only Colorado festival that combines live stage elements with amazing films, creating an experience that is like no other.​

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Friday, March 31, 2-6 p.m

4 pm-6 pm: Special screening of a new feature-length indie film, followed by a panel discussion with the cast and crew (Film TBA-head to for more info)

Saturday, April 1, 5:30-9:00 p.m.

5:30 pm: Red Carpet filmmaker interviews
6 pm: SISFA Pre-Show presented by Sound Dokta G
6:30 pm: 2017 StoryMode Independent Short Film Awards-The Live Presentation of short films and awards, hosted by YouTube filmmakers.
9 pm: SISFA After-Party: Network and celebrate a night of fun (Location TBA-head to for more info)


Lest We Forget: Pueblo Remembers WWI April 8, 5 p.m. at Memorial Hall

To commemorate the Centennial of America’s entry into WWI, a Centennial commemoration ceremony will be held to honor those who served in WWI. The event will feature Judd Bankert as President Woodrow Wilson. Wilson has been portraying President Wilson as part of the Woodrow Wilson Presidential Library and Birthplace's living-history program since 2000. In addition to the Woodrow Wilson portrayal, Al Eberhardt will perform the music of WWI and photos contributed by the community will be showcased in a memorial ceremony. The event is free and open to the public. WWI events will take place in the community throughout 2017.


Historic Pueblo Inc. Screening
April 11, 6:30 p.m.

Forging the West, the sixty minute documentary produced by HaveyPro Cinema  in cooperation with Historic Pueblo, Inc., about the history of the Colorado Fuel and Iron Company (CF&I) will be shown in the InfoZone Theater. Prior to the showing of "Forging the West" a short historic 1940's film, "Farmer Brown", from the CF&I archives, will air. Afterwards  a short discussion and an opportunity to share memories will be held about the documentary and working at CF&I. The DVDs will be available for purchase and donation accepted to fund distribution to schools and libraries across the state