From [ September 27th to October 1st, 2000 ] the Aspen Film Fest will screen an amazing array of features that range from the efforts of first-time Festival goers to some of the most celebrated and distinguished movies ever to hit the screen.
Kicking off the events is “In the Footsteps of Bruce Chatwin” — an in-depth biopic that looks at the extraordinary life of celebrated travel writer Chatwin who, as many of his fans noted, explored “the nature of restlessness” before his untimely death. On the same day, “Prizzi’s Honor” will be shown as a part of the Festival-long celebration of screen legend Anjelica Houston’s career. Other Festival highlights include indie “East of A” and the compelling “Me and Isaac Newton,” which brings the viewer into the intimidiating, and fascinatng, lives of 8 modern scientists.
For Aspen Filmfest information, including an extended schedule and ticket prices, go to [ the Festival site. ]

Posted on September 19, 2000 in Festivals by

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