DIFF Selections Include Films Shot Locally

02/15/2019
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This year’s Durango Independent Film Festival features several films shot locally, including ‘The Great Alaskan Race’ filmed in Silverton and the surrounding San Juan Mountains. Another feature, ‘Shooting in Vain,’ was shot in Pagosa Springs. Learn more about this film and others that will be featured during this year’s festival in our interview with DIFF Executive Director Joanie Leonard.

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