Bonanza is the smallest official town in Colorado. Only five residents live there permanently, with another two residents cycling in and out, including a reputed witch, a mayor, a priest, “metaphysical coaches”, and a forest firefighter. Theater-film collective Berlin made their documentary about Bonanza as part of a larger project of documentaries, called the Holocene (the geological epoch in which we live) series. They documented a different city, annually, for the past 4 years: Jerusalem, Iqaluit (in Nunavat, Canada), Bonanza, and Moscow. Bonanza: A Documentary for Five Screens runs in the McGuire Theater from Thursday, January 20—Saturday, January 22: week 3 of the Out There Fest.