BOZEMAN FILM SOCIETY PROUDLY SUPPORTS BZN INTERNATIONAL FILM FESTIVAL 2020
Friends of the Bozeman Film Society receive a special 25% discount on BZN Festival passes by entering BFS2020 at check-out!
BZN International Film Festival 2020: Attend the 3rd Annual BZN International Film Festival August 27th – September 05th for a ten-day Virtual event celebrating independent filmmaking, creative expression, and emerging and established voices. BZN showcases films that educate, encourage and inspire audiences to get involved and take action to protect our planet.
Bozeman Film Society and BZN International Film Festival have partnered to offer a 20% discount to Bozeman Film Society supporters.
Enter BFS2020 to receive 20% off your pass purchase at check-out!
BZN IS TAKING ALL POSSIBLE MEASURES TO PREVENT VIRUS RISKS , INCLUDING ADHERING TO ALL CDC GUIDELINES.
Nestled within six mountain ranges, Bozeman, Montana is a shining jewel in the beautiful Mountain West. Though rapidly growing, this iconic Western town is preserving its heritage while embracing progress and innovation. High tech firms are taking notice, while organic farmers are dedicated to nourishing the land as well as its inhabitants. Residents are committed to keeping Main Street unique and vibrant: It boasts independent bookstores, locally owned boutiques, numerous art galleries, wine bars, fine restaurants featuring farm-to-table fare, and two recently restored Art Deco Theatres. Known for its extraordinarily high percentage of writers, artists and musicians, this gem of a community provides the perfect ambiance for a fresh, inclusive and uplifting international film festival–and spring in Montana is a perfect time for a cinematic odyssey.
Bozeman’s magnificent landscape offers visitors endless opportunity for hiking, rock climbing, horseback riding, biking, and fly fishing on the Gallatin or Yellowstone rivers (as depicted in A River Runs Through It!). Less than an hour away, Big Sky Resort offers ziplining, downhill mountain biking, golf, skeet shooting, and a scenic tram ride to the highest outlook in the state. And did we mention Yellowstone National Park? Entering via the hamlet of Gardiner, through the unparalleled beauty of Paradise Valley, could include a stop at renowned Sage Lodge or Chico Hot Springs. Attendees can also enjoy the Museum of the Rockies or the Children’s Museum of Bozeman.
BZN offers attendees the opportunity to attend a film festival, while immersing themselves in the astounding grandeur of “the last best place,” where the glamour and glitter is just overhead.