Documentary filmmaker Jennifer Tennican is working on a project that uses an iconic western watering hole, the Stagecoach Bar, as a lens to view 70 years of history and societal change in Wilson, Wyoming. However, the only thing people want to talk about is the night that Bob Dylan supposedly played at the bar. Repeatedly sidetracked by this story, she goes in search of the truth --- did he or didn't he? The film won the 2011 Wyoming Short Film Contest.

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Wyoming Short Film Contest

Congratulations to the guys at WZRD and director Galen Knowles. Their short documentary "Igneous Skis" is the winner of the 2016 Wyoming Short Film Contest. Read the full story here: http://blog.filmwyoming.com/2016/05/short-documentary-igneous-skis-wins-the-2016-wyoming-short-film-contest.html

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Congratulations to the guys at WZRD and director Galen Knowles. Their short documentary "Igneous Skis" is the winner of the 2016 Wyoming Short Film Contest. Read the full story here: http://blog.filmwyoming.com/2016/05/short-documentary-igneous-skis-wins-the-2016-wyoming-short-film-contest.html

Thanks to all the entrants in this year's contest. There was some serious talent on display, and we hope to see all of you back in January for the 2017 contest.

You can still watch all of this year’s entries at Wyoming Short Film Contest

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The Wyoming Film Office works hand-in-hand with the film, television and advertising industries bringing production into the state. It’s our mission to provide filmmakers with a positive production experience, whether they’re using our state as an incredible backdrop or featuring the landscape as its own epic character. For more info, visit filmwyoming.com/

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