Here are Monday's highlights at the Big Sky Documentary Film Festival in downtown Missoula.


Films at the Wilma and Crystal theaters, beginning at 4 p.m.

The Americans With Disabilities Act strand takes center stage today.

"Do You Dream In Color?": A coming-of-age story about four blind teenagers. "Schoolhouse Docs," rated for grades and up. Wilma Theatre, 4 p.m.

Special event: Comedy set from comedian Michael Beers, short presentation from Joe Stone, followed by "The Possibilities Are Endless," Wilma Theatre, 6 p.m.

"Miners Shot Down": The real-time story of a strike that turns deadly at a South African platinum mine in 2012. Crystal Theater, 5:15 p.m.

"In Country": Combat enthusiasts and war veterans gather to reenact battles of the Vietnam War. Crystal Theater, 7:15 p.m.

"Above All Else": A retired stuntman and high-wire artist goes engineers a tree-top brigade to blockade the Keystone XL Pipeline. Wilma Theatre, 8:30 p.m.

"Billy Mize and the Bakersfield Sound": A country music icon struggles to find his voice after a stroke. Big Sky Award competition. Crystal Theatre, 9 p.m.


Q&A following film screening:

"Do You Dream in Color," Wilma, 4 p.m., Abby Fuller & Sarah Ivy, directors.

"The Possibilities Are Endless," Wilma, 6 p.m., Edward Lovelace and James Hall.

"Billy Mize and the Bakersfield Sound," Crystal, 9 p.m. Joe Saunders, director.

DocShop begins at the UC Theater and the Holiday Inn, starting at 10 a.m. Panels on film distribution, and the annual Canon Workshop.

Ongoing: John Cohen photography exhibit. John is a legendary musician (New Lost City Ramblers), photographer (Bob Dylan, Jack Kerouac) and documentary filmmaker ("That High Lonesome Sound"). Brink Gallery.

Full schedule of films and events:

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Arts & Entertainment Reporter

Entertainment Editor for The Missoulian.