The show must go on.
Or in this case, it must debut.
That’s what the co-founders of the Ouray International Film Festival decided to do, facing a pandemic in the midst of planning their inaugural event.
The uncertainty of the world right now doesn’t seem to have dampened the interest in connecting through film, from participants around the world who submitted more than 500 entries from dozens of countries.
Sure, the film festival events look a little different than Jake Abell originally planned ...