Because of a scheduling conflict, the lineup for this weekend's installment of Mountain Movie Fallfest has been changed to "The Door in the Floor" and "DeLovely." Both films run today through Thursday.
Fallfest has been extended one more week to include a rock 'n' roll-themed pair: "Metallica: Some Kind of Monster" and "Festival Express." Both films run from Oct. 1 to 7.
"Festival Express" tells the story of a chartered train that crossed Canada in 1970 carrying members of The Grateful Dead, Janis Joplin, The Band, Buddy Guy and others.
Film festival cards are on sale to offset freight costs. Cards are $5 and give the buyer access to all Fallfest films for $5 each. Films regularly cost $7 or $5 for seniors.
For more information, visit www.mountainmovie.com. Calendars and cards are available at the Mountain Movie box office, 1870 Ski Time Square Drive. Call 879-7299.
The lineup for the rest of the Free Friday Fall Film Series was announced this week. On Oct. 1, "The Crime of Father Amaro" ("El Crimen del Padre Amaro") will be shown. The film was made in Mexico in 2002 and directed by Carlos Carrera.
Father Amaro is a new priest assigned to the small rural town of Los Reyes, Mexico. Upon arrival, he discovers that a conspiracy of corruption, sex and lies has overtaken the local Catholic Church.
On Oct. 15, "Code Unknown," directed by Michael Haneke will be shown. (French with English subtitles)
On Oct. 29, "Secrets and Lies" will be shown. The film was made in Great Britain in 1996 and was directed by Mike Leigh. Leigh's comedy/drama tells the story of a young black woman searching for her natural birth mother only to discover that her mom is white. Winner of the Palme d'Or at Cannes.
On Nov. 12, the German movie "The Harmonists" will be shown.
The Free Friday Film series is held at Centennial Hall, 124 10th St. Doors open at 6:30 p.m. Arrive early as seating is limited.
An online Silent Art Auction for work by Erika Osborne currently is taking place on www.art linksteamboat.org through Nov. 26. Proceeds benefit Ranchland Heritage preservation projects.
Tickets for the third annual Soup Bowl Supper sponsored by the Steamboat Clay Artisans are now on sale at All That Jazz, Blue Sky Pottery, city hall and the Depot Art Center.
The Soup Bowl Supper will be held Oct. 2 at the Steamboat Springs Community Center. Tickets are $18 in advance; $20 at the door. Call 846-9349.