Cannabis-loving film buffs in Colorado rejoice: Infinite Wellness Center is bringing the CannaBus Culture Film Fest to Fort Collins, Colorado with cannabis themed movies and stand-up comic Rob Cantrell at the Lyric Cinema’s new location, prior to their grand opening on Oct. 6.
The 2nd Annual CannaBus Culture Film Fest (CCFF), is a touring film festival that gives filmmakers mainstream audience exposure. This public film festival elevates the positive aspects of cannabis culture by building a bridge between the filmmaking community and the public to connect with a new class of leaders and entrepreneurs.
The first screening kicks off at 8:30 p.m. on Friday, September 22. Movies showcased will include feature film “Baked in Brooklyn” by Rory Rooney; short films “Trippin’ With the Folks” by Meghan Weinstein, and “Zion Curtain” by Wendell Nielson.
The second screening on Saturday, September 23 begins at 8:30 p.m. Screening that night is feature film “Dark Harvest” by James Hutson; short films “The Lotus Gun” by Amanda Milius, and “Recalculating” by Diane Weis. “Dark Harvest” co-stars Cheech Marin in his first cannabis movie since his final “Cheech and Chong” film of the ‘80s and it also co-stars A.C. Peterson known for his work on “Shooter” as well as other Hollywood feature films. You can purchase tickets for $15 each night, or pay $25 for a full Festival Pass that gets you into both screenings.