Thank you to everybody who attended the BZN Film Rodeo. We appreciate your support and stay tuned for details about more films coming to Red Lodge in 2020.
2019 BZN Film Rodeo
November 15th & 16th, 2019
BZN International Film Festival is bringing the BZN Film Rodeo to Red Lodge, MT.
The BZN Film Rodeo showcases the best films of the 2019 fest and provides updates on how to get involved and geared up for the 2020 festival.
BZN Film Rodeo in Red Lodge will feature two award-winning films and a Children's Matinee (children are free!).
Friday night's feature film, Learning to See, will be at the Roosevelt Center auditorium.
The Children's Matinee will also be screened at the Roosevelt Center on Saturday afternoon.
Saturday night's feature film, Etruscan Smile, will be shown at the Bull'n Bear ballroom.
Tickets are just $7 and can be purchased ahead online or at the door on the day of the show.
Children's tickets to the Children's Matinee are free!
Learning To See
Friday, November 15th @ 7 pm.
Location: The Roosevelt Center Auditorium
Learning To See tells the story of photographer Robert Oelman who leaves his psychology career in the early 1990s to pursue photography. He moves from the United States to Colombia and purchases a small farm in the hills. On his journeys through the rain forests of the Amazon Basin he begins to take striking photographic images of undiscovered insects. After more than twenty years of traveling, searching and photographing, his quest culminates with a New York City gallery show. He also learns that these tiny life forms must continue to survive. They are at the bottom of the mammalian food chain and are critically important to all animal species including mankind.
Saturday, November 16th @ 7 pm.
Location: The Bull'n Bear Ballroom
The Etruscan Smile stars acclaimed British actor Brian Cox as Rory MacNeil, a rugged old Scotsman who reluctantly leaves his beloved isolated Hebridean island and travels to San Francisco to seek medical treatment. Moving in with his estranged son, Rory sees his life transformed through a newly found bond with his baby grandson.