11/11/2011 // Boulder, Colorado, United States // DFWelpe // Diane Feliciano-Welpe
Following a successful first year run, the Life and Death Matters Festival has relaunched as the BolderLife Festival and is gearing up for programming that will blend international films, original plays and education in a 4-day event in Boulder, Colorado on September 20-23, 2012.
The festival celebrates and explores the human journey through life with program topics and settings that inspire audiences to question paradigms and explore new ways of thinking, communicating and living. “We want to educate and inspire while promoting a more conscious approach to life, whether it’s on a personal, community or global level” said Festival Director, Erin Kelly. The festival provides filmmakers, artists and educators who touch on the human journey, a common platform for them to unite and showcase their work.
The 2011 event hosted 30 international films, 9 original plays and over 20 educational programs. “The overwhelmingly positive response we received from the many filmmakers, artists, educators and attendees that participated, encouraged us to turn our sights to 2012 with a festival name that captured the empowering and uplifting spirit we all experienced at this wonderful event” said Kelly.
Educational Programming for the festival will be developed by The Bolder Foundation, a non-profit organization dedicated to cultivating personal and community transformation through education. The Foundation offers a variety of educational programs that focus on physical, behavioral and spiritual matters that shape us as people in addition to art, movement and sound workshops that provide an opportunity to harmonize the mind, body and soul.
The BolderLife Festival is a joint venture between Rock Rose Entertainment and The Bolder Media Group.
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