Got a great short, trailer, feature or doc you want to have seen on a big screen? The Bug Theatre might be just the place for you!
The Bug Theatre presents The Emerging Filmmakers Project
on the third Thursday of every month. We're looking for a few scary movies to screen in October and a holiday-themed movie or two for December's screening.
Not only is The Emerging Filmmakers Project
a great place to show your short (docs and narratives) or trailer, but it is THE PLACE for networking, socializing and hanging out with your fellow filmmakers, actors, writers, producers and crew. The Bug is working with IMDB to become an "officially" recognize venue so getting your movie listed on IMDB might become a whole lot easier. For submission information, please go to
So Not Hollywood Night
showcases locally-produced indie films (features and feature-length docs) and is a great way to share your movie with the indie film community, friends, family and wannabes. So Not Hollywood Night
is usually held the second Tuesday of every month. In the past, we've screened some fo the areas best or most unusual movies, including Do it for Johnny
(Haylar Garcia), Cheerleader Ninjas
(Kevin Campbell), Reel Illusionay Zone
(John Hartman) and The Goal
(Darla Rae). To submit a movie (feature or doc), contact Patrick Sheridan at 720-276-9922.
For those of you who want to host your own public or private screening, The Bug Theatre offers very affordable rates (with projector rental discounts for CASA members). For more information on renting the Bug, please call Alex at 303-477-9984.
Making movies is hard work. Watching them on a big screen in a crowded theater makes it worth the effort.
Hope to see you and your movie soon!