Star on Sundance is a documentary film about the giant 500 foot star that can be seen for over 20 miles shining on a ridgeline between Denver and Colorado Springs. It was built by determined citizens during the depths of the Great Depression. Produced after the modernization of the star with 92 9-watt L.E.D. bulbs, the star is seen as never before with the use of magnificent aerial views filmed with drones. Produced by Palmer Divide Productions for the Palmer Lake Volunteer Fire Department, the custodians of the Star on Sundance. Color footage with music and narration on DVD with bonus materials.