The Emerging Filmmakers Project To Honor Stacy Farrar 0

The Emerging Filmmakers Project (EFP) is Denver’s longest-running, locals-only, independent film showcase! It is a monthly event held at The Bug Theatre the third Thursday of every month at 8:00 PM. It is a unique event devoted to screening the work produced by Denver’s Indie filmmakers. Hosted by local filmmaker Patrick Sheridan it has become a special outlet for sharing work, making contacts, and building community.


This month the EFP will honor local actress, Stacy Farrar.

On May 20, 2017 police found Farrar and her son had been tragically murdered by her husband, who then shot himself, according to the Longmont Times-Call. Now, nearly one year later, the film community is still mourning the loss of the energetic and talented actress. Offers Henry Cavalier, Director of Collision, “This month as we celebrate Valentine’s Day with those we love EFP wants to reflect and celebrate the acting and filmmaking contributions of someone we lost tragically in 2017 – Stacy Farrar. Please join us as we dedicate a portion of our programming lineup to the work of Stacy Farrar.”

The lineup for this month’s event includes the following short films and segments, all of which feature Farrar:

New material from Rage of the Mummy by Dennis Vincent

Collision, by Henry Cavalier

Homecoming, by David Hardin

Compliant, by Tyler Scheddel

Smoke Signals, by Bren Johnson

Additional shorts by Patrick Sheridan
(Lineup subject to change)

The Emerging Filmmakers Project And The Bug Theatre Present:
February EFP: A Tribute to Stacy Farrar

February 15, 2018
Doors at 7:30 PM
Screening at 8:00 PM
$5 at the door, includes beer (21+)

www.efpdenver.com www.bugtheatre.org

The Bug Theater
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Eden Lane is a freelance journalist based in Denver Colorado

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