Continuing its tour around the country, Guys Reading Poems will screen at the Breckenridge Film Festival on Friday, September 16th at 3 p.m. The appearance at Breckenridge Film Festival, established in 1981, marks the fifth in its festival run and its first in the Rocky Mountain region. Director Hunter Lee Hughes will attend the festival in person and participate in a talkback with the audience after the screening. Of its inclusion in the festival, Mr. Hughes says, “I’ve heard so many amazing things about Breckenridge and its thriving creative community. We can’t wait to be part of all that with this year’s festival. We are truly honored to be included.”
Guys Reading Poems follows a resourceful boy, who creatively uses poetry to survive when his mother, a disturbed avant garde painter, locks him in a puppet box and builds an art installation around his imprisonment.
For festival information or to buy tickets, please visit: breckfilmfest.org