The Southern Colorado Film Festival (SCFF) seeks to relate the unique issues of the San Luis Valley to the world through the medium of independent film. Building off of the successes of the Alamosa Film Festival, SCFF has been organized to use the power of film as a means of enhancing communication, enriching a sense of community and spirit, and bringing voice to important matters from around the world. Now in its inaugural year, SCFF provides a venue for independent filmmakers to showcase their work and bring their creativity, viewpoints, and personality to a new audience.
In an effort to reflect the issues pertinent to both The San Luis Valley and communities across the globe, the theme LAND, WATER, COMMUNITY has been chosen to represent this year’s festival. In the rural region of Southern Colorado these concepts, both tangible and abstract, manifest as symbols of where we have come from and where we want to go. The Southern Colorado Film Festival is eager to see films that explore these issues and others.