‘Hanna Ranch’ screenings extended in Colorado
A must-see documentary about the challenges of ranching and conservation in Colorado is now in theaters.
“Hanna Ranch,” directed and produced by Mitch Dickman, follows a family struggling to preserve their land and way of life south of Colorado Springs. The film was reviewed by The Independent in November. It is being screened at the Sie FilmCenter in Denver through next Thursday, June 5, and is opening in Colorado Springs on Saturday, May 31, and will run there through June 6. A full rundown of screenings is available here.
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