There’s a wealth of film you’ll never find on Netflix or at your neighborhood multiplex. But you’ll catch at least some of it at the Unseen Festival, a collaboration of OFF Cinema and Counterpath that pairs experimental film and literary readings during two weeks of nightly programs through Sunday, October 1. Special guests during that stretch include Chicago filmmaker Amir George, who’ll bring a full program of his own work as well as his touring Black Radical Imagination short-film series to Denver on Friday, September 22, and Thursday, September 28; other programs focus on silent films, emerging filmmakers, music and visuals, and more. The fest starts with a fundraiser from 7:30 to 10 p.m. Monday, September 18, with guest readers Stephen Graham Jones and Edwin Torres, a screening of festival picks and a spread of eats. All events are at Counterpath, 7935 East 14th Avenue; admission to individual screenings is $7, or purchase a full-access pass for $70. Tickets to the benefit are $30 (or pay what you can for students). For information, visit counterpathpress.org.