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Crested Butte actors and filmmakers Mark Reeb and Jennifer Harlow Reeb envision a very different, unnerving Crested Butte in this harrowing, dystopian drama set in the near future and filmed during the first year of the COVID pandemic.

A couple seeks refuge in a remote mountain town to escape a mysterious disease that makes some people disappear and others turn into hateful murderers. Strange figures begin to emerge from the surrounding forest and it’s unclear if they are helping or harming. As the stakes grow higher and the dangers draw closer, the couple must decide who to trust and what they are willing to do to survive. NO MORE TIME is a chilling reminder of the many ways that humans can turn on each other.

Utilizing a visual style that steers into magical realism and emphasizes the majestic and sometimes frightening power of nature, NO MORE TIME was filmed in Crested Butte during the pandemic and features local favorites Jennifer Harlow, Mark Reeb, and the legendary TUCK (as well as other CB talent in front of and behind the camera).

This film has been generously sponsored by Carolyn Niesman; and by the Jennison Family

Dalila Droege

Dalila Droege was raised in a tiny midwestern town, where long winters encouraged her lifelong interest in storytelling. After a career as a classical pianist, she received an MFA in Writing and Directing at Columbia College Chicago. In 2011 she was an Involve Directing Fellow with Film Independent LA where she wrote and directed a short film that premiered at Los Angeles Film Festival. She co-produced Amy Seimetz’s award winning feature, SUN DON'T SHINE, and assisted mentor Nicole Holofcener on the features ENOUGH SAID and THE LAND OF STEADY HABITS. She has directed and produced for narrative, commercial, and documentary projects, including directing the short film TEHACHAPI, available on nobudge.com, and producing the short film DOGWALKER, which premiered at Sundance 2016. This is her first feature.

  • Year
  • Runtime
    83 minutes
  • Language
  • Country
    United States
  • Premiere
    Yes, it's a world premiere
  • Rating
    Adults and teens (not for young children)
  • Director
    Dalila Droege
  • Screenwriter
    Dalila Droege (screenplay), Jennifer Harlow (story)
  • Producer
    Dalila Droege, Elric Kane, Alexandra Clayton, Laura Klein
  • Executive Producer
    Mark Reeb
  • Co-Producer
    Dalila Droege, Elric Kane, Alexandra Clayton, Laura Klein
  • Cast
    Tunde Adebimpe, David Sullivan, Jennifer Harlow, Mark Reeb, Jim Beaver, Donald Tucker, Kat Hassebroek
  • Cinematographer
    Jay Keitel
  • Editor
    Star Rosencrans
  • Composer
    Zak Engel