Aspen Film Festival 2013

A Rising Tide of Silence wins Audience Choice Award at Aspen Film Festival 2013

Documentaries shared center stage at Aspen Filmfest, attracting full houses for
many of the screenings. With funding from the Embrey Family Foundation,
Aspen Filmfest hosted representatives for all the documentary presentations
including co-director Katherine Knight for the U.S. premiere of her poignant artist
portrait, SPRING & ARNAUD; Boulder-based director Greg “Freddy” Camalier
with his filmmaking debut, MUSCLE SHOALS (Magnolia Pictures); producer
Allen Lu for LINSANITY about basketball phenomenon Jeremy Lin; co-directors hris Simon and Maureen Gosling with THIS AIN’T NO MOUSE MUSIC!, a
celebration of American roots music; director Nicholas Wrathall for his thoroughly
captivating GORE VIDAL: THE UNITED STATES OF AMNESIA; director-ER
medicine doctor Ryan McGarry and executive producers Dr. William “Billy”
Mallon and Dr. Jan Schoenberger for the second festival outing of their L.A. Film
Festival jury winner, CODE BLACK; co-director Peter C. Jones, scholar John
Osbourne, editor Drew Martinez and subject Father Thomas Keating were in
attendance for the world premiere of THOMAS KEATING: A RISING TIDE OF
SILENCE; and New Zealand director Anthony Powell and assistant director
Christine Powell came to altitude for one of the first North American screenings
of ANTARTICA: A YEAR ON ICE. Other filmmakers in attendance were director
Bruno Baretto (REACHING FOR THE MOON) and director Rob Meyer and
producer Kirsten Fuller (A BIRDER’S GUIDE TO EVERYTHING)