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UPCOMING SHOWS

Prints & Film Shorts from the Big Sky Documentary Film Festival in the Main Gallery

Opening First Friday, February 5, 5-8 PM & exhibiting through February

Opening on First Friday, February 5 // In the Main Gallery through February
Visit in-person during open hours: Monday through Saturday 10 AM to 6 PM and Sunday noon to 4 PM

Our anchor tenant, the Big Sky Film Institute, hosts the Big Sky Documentary Film Festival each year. Normally the films play in venues throughout downtown Missoula, including the ZACC, but this year the festival has moved to an online platform. As a compliment to the virtual experience, the ZACC is hosting a selection of short films and prints of previous BSDFF posters (including Courtney Blazon, Andy Smetanka, David Miles Lusk, Max Mahn, Theo Ellsworth, and more) in our Main Gallery. Folks are invited to take a seat during open hours and watch the films as they play on a loop. Seating is limited and properly spaced to encourage social distancing, and masks are required. Get out of the cold and enjoy this free, mini-theater experience, and don't forget to tune-in to the 2021 BSDFF from Friday, February 19 through Sunday, February 28!

Prints & Film Shorts from the Big Sky Documentary Film Festival in the Main Gallery

Opening First Friday, February 5, 5-8 PM & exhibiting through February

Opening on First Friday, February 5 // In the Main Gallery through February
Visit in-person during open hours: Monday through Saturday 10 AM to 6 PM and Sunday noon to 4 PM

Our anchor tenant, the Big Sky Film Institute, hosts the Big Sky Documentary Film Festival each year. Normally the films play in venues throughout downtown Missoula, including the ZACC, but this year the festival has moved to an online platform. As a compliment to the virtual experience, the ZACC is hosting a selection of short films and prints of previous BSDFF posters (including Courtney Blazon, Andy Smetanka, David Miles Lusk, Max Mahn, Theo Ellsworth, and more) in our Main Gallery. Folks are invited to take a seat during open hours and watch the films as they play on a loop. Seating is limited and properly spaced to encourage social distancing, and masks are required. Get out of the cold and enjoy this free, mini-theater experience, and don't forget to tune-in to the 2021 BSDFF from Friday, February 19 through Sunday, February 28!

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