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Birds Without Borders

Showtimes: 4:00 PM
Duration: 60 minutes (+ previews)

We at Nick Mollé Productions are proud to announce the premier release of the movie Birds Without Borders. This PBS documentary will be presented to the public at the Historic Park Theatre on July 24th at 7pm in a one night only celebratory event. As part of the ongoing PBS series, A Walk in the Park, Birds Without Borders continues the exploration of our natural preserved places.

Birds Without Borders examines the habits of four species of small birds while exploring the newly discovered relationship between Rocky Mountain National Park and the national parks and preserves of Costa Rica. Over one hundred and fifty species of birds share these ecosystems. Fifty of them nest in Colorado and migrate to Costa Rica. These four were chosen because they were best suited to tell this story. Their habits and migratory patterns expose an amazing ability to not only travel thousands of miles but to live in vastly different environments.

These little creatures living in challenging as well as changing environments may have beautiful singing voices, but in other ways they have no voice. Mixing science, sensitivity, and scenery with a touch of humor, this film brings an awareness of how shared conservation can impact the future of the remarkable wildlife of our planet.

To accomplish our goals, we relied on National Park personnel from both countries as well as the admirable conservation efforts of the staff and students at the Santa Elena Cloud Forest. This project was born out of the Sister City relationship between Estes Park Colorado and Monteverde, Costa Rica.

Filming of this documentary involved several weeks in Colorado and Costa Rica. All permits and proper etiquette as prescribed by the National Parks’ personnel were explicitly followed. Facts were researched under the guidance of co-producer Ben Bobowski, PhD, Chief of Resource Stewardship for Rocky Mountain National Park. Biologist, Jeff Connor and president of Estes Park Sister Cities, Jim Thompson played integral rolls in this production.

Birds Without Borders is being made available to PBS primarily through the support of The Estes Institute under the direction of Melinda Merrill.

This movie will show on September 4, 5, 7, 8, 9, 11, 12, 14 and 16th at 4pm at the Historic Park Theatre.

Tickets are $9 For Adults, $7.50 Seniors and Children are $6 as a single show

Gold Pass is all 7 shows during the EPFF 2 week RMNP film package. See all 7 shows for $30 Per Adult, Seniors $25 and Children are $20.

EPFF RMNP Festival is from September 4th through September 17th and involves 7 different movies.
Tickets available online or at the Box office.


For more information, visit the Official Site.

To purchase tickets online, visit the Ticket Site.



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Solar Car the Secrets of RA7

Showtimes: 9:00 PM
Duration: 60 minutes (+ previews)

Solar Xar the Secrets of RA7 Introduction by Robert Duval
Witness first hand the 2009 World Solar Challenge held in Australia's outback where teams of students from around the world compete in a journey from northern to southern Australia cutting across this vast continent from Darwin to Adelaide. Their task is to build a vehicle powered by solar energy and drive it on an incredible journey that covers 1800 miles. Follow an unlikely team of students from Principia College as they face the forces of nature, technology and the human spirit in the race to the finish line. Will they make it? Introduction by Robert Duvall / Narrated by Nick Molle

This movie will be playing as a part of the Estes Park Film Festival RMNP 100 Anniversary celebration
Scheduled to show:
Friday and Saturday September 4.5. 12 & 13 2015 at 9pm
Monday & Wednesday September 7, 9, 14 & 16 2015 at 7pm
Tickets are $9 For Adults, $7.50 Seniors and Children are $6 as a single show
Gold Pass is all 7 shows during the EPFF 2 week RMNP film package. See all 7 shows for $30 Per Adult, Seniors $25 and Children are $20.
EPFF RMNP Festival is from September 4th through September 17th and involves 7 different movies.
Tickets available online or at the Box office.


For more information, visit the Official Site.

To purchase tickets online, visit the Ticket Site.



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Rivers of the Rockies

Showtimes: 5:30 PM
Duration: 60 minutes (+ previews)

Walk in the Park with Nick Mollé: Rivers of the Rockies
Rivers of the Rockies explores the rivers of the northern Colorado Rocky Mountains including the mighty Colorado River and the life it supports in Rocky Mountain National Park. Tracing the source of our streams, Rivers takes us to some of the most beautiful and inspirational destinations from the top of the Rockies to the bottom of the Grand Canyon. The profound values of various life zones in the ecosystems are explored with breathtaking cinematography. This is a continuation of the series, A Walk in the Park with Nick Moll where Nick presents viewers with his dedicated approach to understanding North America's scenic natural treasures. As always, he approaches his subject with sound science, respect, and a touch of humor.

Once again, the talents of his friend and associate producer John Goerner are tapped to accomplish Nick's goals.
Rivers shows September 4, 5, 7, 9, 11 & 12 at 5:30pm
Tickets are $9 For Adults, $7.50 Seniors and Children are $6 as a single show

Gold Pass is all 7 shows during the EPFF 2 week RMNP film package. See all 7 shows for $30 Per Adult, Seniors $25 and Children are $20.

EPFF RMNP Festival is from September 4th through September 17th and involves 7 different movies.
Tickets available online or at the Box office.

For more information, visit the Official Site.

To purchase tickets online, visit the Ticket Site.



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Living Dream 100 Years of Rocky Mountain National Park

Showtimes: 2:00 & 7:00 PM
Duration: 83 minutes (+ previews)

The Living Dream: 100 Years of Rocky Mountain National Park
Join us for this very special Film by Nick Molle, as we celebrate the Living Dream and the RMNP 100 year celebration.

The Living Dream is the latest in a series of seven documentaries that we at Nick Molle Productions have paced on PBS. Five of these have been filmed in Rocky Mountain national Park with this one being our most significant work to date. It tells a story that had never been told and needed to be told. It is the story of the unique relationship of a community to a national park, a relationship of shared passions and dreams.

The people of Estes Park and Grand Lake survived hardship, disappointment, and controversy while focusing on a mission to have Rocky Mountain National Park stand out as a shining landmark of natural beauty in Colorado. As people from all over the world came to visit, an unprecedented concept was taking root; the economics of preservation.

Enos Mills, F.O. Stanley, Isabella Bird and Abner Sprague are just four of the many whose dedication is depicted in this story about one of America’s greatest national treasures. Through historical photographs and vintage movie footage, these characters are brought to life weaved into the stunning high definition scenery of today’s Rocky mountain National Park.

This movie will play every Wednesday starting June 24th throughout September at 2:00pm
We also have special showings the entire week of September 4th though September 17th to celebrate 100 YRS of Rocky Mountain National Park.
Dates of Living Dream:
Wed September 2, 2015- 2pm
Friday September 4th through Thursday September 17th at 2pm each day except Sunday September 13th for the Denver Football game) at 2pm
Fri through Sun Sept 4th to 6th and Sept 11 to 12th at 7pm
We also have arranged for Tuesday and Thursday September 8, 10, and 15 at 7pm
Now is your chance to See the Living Dream on the Big Screen.
Get your tickets right here online.
Tickets can also be purchased at the Historic Park Theatre box office, Park Theatre Cafe
$9 For Adults, $7.50 Seniors and Children are $6 as a single show

Gold Pass is all 7 shows during the EPFF 2 week RMNP film package. See all 7 shows for $30 Per Adult, Seniors $25 and Children are $20.

EPFF RMNP Festival is from September 4th through September 17th and involves 7 different movies.
Tickets available online or at the Box office.

For more information, visit the Official Site.

To purchase tickets online, visit the Ticket Site.



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