Today, the Colorado Office of Film, Television and Media (COFTM), a division of the Colorado Office of Economic Development and International Trade (OEDIT), announced that a new feature film exploring the history of Denver’s Tracks nightclub has been approved for a Colorado Film Incentive. Making Tracks is a narrative feature film that tells the story of the legendary Denver gay nightclub. Based on the true story, the film seeks to offer an unabashedly honest, entertaining, feel-good tale about learning to love yourself, maintaining hope, and exploring the 80s era for LGBTQ+ characters. Production for the film will take place in and around Denver.
Making Tracks was approved for an $800,000 film incentive by the Economic Development Commission. The production anticipates spending nearly $4.5 million locally and hiring 100 local cast and crew members. Production is set to begin in April of 2023 and continue through July of 2023.