The first ever Howler film festival! This free outdoors film festival was established to premiere films made by up and coming producers and just friends with a camera. We want to feature those doing amazing things in and for the outdoors. The films will include surfing, urban climbing, the Colorado Trail, women in the outdoors, skiing, high lining and much more!
You don’t want to miss the chance to be a part of the first free outdoor Howler film festival or taking in part in our silent auction with gear from Sweet Protection, Topo Designs, Big Agnes, and more. Come early and stay late to talk with our sponsors at their booths where they’ll have free swag! Other free gear will be given out during the event. For more information on The Howler Film Festival visit the website collegian.com/rampage/rampagehowlerfest/
Our sponsors for The Howler Film Festival are Fat Tire beer by New Belgium Brewing, The Wright Life, Foco Living, The Brazen Project, Sweet Protection, Jackson kayaks, Backcountry, Topo Designs and Big Agnes
This event is free but will require tickets if at capacity of 300, tickets will be released one week before the event on The Lyric Cinema’s website. If the weather doesn’t cooperate we will move the viewing to Tuesday April 30th, 2019 and this decision will be made the morning of the event.
The prizes will be given to the top 3 films chose by the judge panel. The prizes include cash and if you are present at the festival gear from sponsors like Topo Design, Mountain Smith, New Belgium, and more. The gear will be distributed at the screening only if in attendance.
SUBMISSION INFORMATION ON FILM FESTIVAL WEBSITE: https://collegian.com/rampage/rampagehowlerfest/
We want action sports like whitewater kayaking, mountain biking, skydiving, high lining, hiking, camping, dirt biking, skiing, etc. We want to feature people going outside and doing amazing things.
Submitting your film means you agree to RamPage using your film for promotional purposes. Submission must be owned or have permission from the filmmaker to submit the film.
Films must be more recent then January 2017. The films must be appropriate for a public viewing and cannot run more than 15min. They must be associated with outdoor recreation and action sports. If not in english the film must contain subtitles.
The submitted films will be reviewed and selected by a panelist of judges from an independent point of view. The films invited to screen at The Lyric will be announced April 10th. Only 15 to 20 videos will be chosen.