Explore all BZN International Film Festival has to offer at its inaugural event this June 7-10. These Documentary Shorts celebrate women in film, promote environmental subjects and embody the BZN spirit to ignite passion and encourage activism. Check out our more than 55 films from around the world and plan your BZN experience!

A Different Script

Twenty-year-old Chris Lopes is finally on the pathway to his dream of becoming a professional actor, but as a young man with Down syndrome, he is still struggling to achieve independence in his personal life.

I Am Ocean: Pua Case

Hawaiian cultural leader, activist, and storyteller, Pua Case explores the spiritual currents that run from the summit of Mauna Kea to the depths of the Pacific and how her life has been shaped by each ebb and flow.

I Am Rebecca

I Am Rebecca examines the existence and welfare of the American Dream through the life and struggles of a Rebecca Mabior, a mother, a nurse, and a refugee, now living in the Midwest of America.

Inland Island

A woman follows in the footsteps of a female guide and with each crunching step into the wild snow white mountain, intriguing tales proverbs and signs, glistening memories are revealed.

Painting the Wild

Filmmaker Rod Bradley traces Jacqueline Rieder Hud's life-in-art story, her deep connection with animals, and her unique creative process in this documentary film.

Red Ants Pants

Sarah Calhoun started the workwear for women apparel company Red Ants Pants in an old saddle shop on main street in White Sulphur Springs, Montana. Red Ants Pants and Sarah's impact has has now grown into a huge annual music festival as well as a foundation supporting leadership roles for women.

Return to Rainy Mountain

Based on the life of Pulitzer Prize winning author, N. Scott Momaday, and seen through the lens of filmmaker daughter, Jill Momaday, they retrace the route of his bestselling book, The Way to Rainy Mountain.

We The Conquerors

We The Conquerors highlights some of the discouragement and adversity that women experience in Bozeman, while examining how these examples reflect a national experience of womanhood. The film focuses on how to overcome these obstacles and support each other as women.