July is a perfect time to bask under the stars at one of Denver's many outdoor screenings or to cuddle up in an air-conditioned theater and get out of the heat. This month's picks for movie events include throw-back classics, one queer festival and two killer new releases. See also: The ten best g ... More >>
Whether you're looking for a dip into cinema studies, a killer sports doc or a trashy romantic comedy, Denver's big screens have you covered this month. Bike to the Blake Street Tavern for 40-Year-Old Virgin, immerse yourself in the glory of five of Hitchcock's greatest films and kick your way throu ... More >>
The official start of summer is still a week away, but for film fans it really begins tonight at Chautauqua Auditorium in Boulder, when the Chautauqua Silent Film Series kicks off its 27th year. In a long-standing collaboration with the Silent Film Trio, Hank Troy and the Mont-Alto Motion Picture O ... More >>
Big pics below.The Ellie Caulkins Opera House was south of capacity for the Starz Denver Film Festival's closing night feature on Saturday, and that made some degree of sense. After all, the flick being showcased was The Artist, which is both black-and-white and silent. Yet the film, by Frenc ... More >>
Wed alert! Colorado's two-time Democratic presidential candidate once stood up for John McCain.
Elitch Theatre's first post-renovation production inspires confusion.
Letters sees WWII from a Japanese point of view, as Eastwood continues to chip away at the hero myth.
District B13 puts American action movies to shame.
Maybe it's time for this blade to stop swinging.
Chautauqua Silent Film Series
Colorado Performing Arts Hall of Fame
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