The Sun Valley Film Festival has taken a big step forward this year, from the number and quality of films, to the artists involved … the momentum is undeniable. Starting this week in Ketchum and Sun Valley, Idaho, there will be screenwriters lab, a panel on the dynamic new directions of content distribution, premiers of several films as well as a 20th Anniversary screening of Kevin Smith’s Clerks. Yes, Kevin will be there.
The Sun Valley Film Festival is in its third year. This means that it still has the charm of a grass-roots festival: artists are accessible, the crowds are manageable, the locals are involved.
And to make matters even better, there is world-class skiing a two minute drive away. (It’s like Sundance without the VIP ropes.)
Stay tuned for more news from the festival…
Elizabeth Rodgers is an avid traveler, award-winning filmmaker and Los Angeles native who lives in Boise, Idaho. She is also someone who never thought in a million years that she would live in a place like Boise… and she loves it.