The Ellie Caulkins Opera House was south of capacity for the Starz Denver Film Festival's closing night, which made some degree of sense, because the flick being showcased was The Artist, which is both black-and-white and silent. Yet the film, by French director Michel Hazanavicius, manages to encapsulate the reason fests like Denver's not only exist but continue to thrive.
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