Twenty-five years ago, the entire population of the United States was obsessing over a question posed by David Lynch and Mark Frost in their cult-classic television series Twin Peaks: "Who killed Laura Palmer?" The show's pilot will play at the Alamo Drafthouse tonight, and from noon Saturday throug ... More >>
For years, Keith Garcia's Watching Hour series brought everything from forgotten classics of the VHS era to the newest underground horror and science fiction to adventurous film fans in Denver. That ended when Garcia left the Denver Film Society to take the Alamo Drafthouse Cinema's creative manager ... More >>
The Alamo Drafthouse has only been open for a short while, but has already become and indispensable resource for Denver-area cinephiles. Engaging with the local film and comedy scenes through events like Mile High ... More >>
After a decade with the Denver Fim Society and the Sie FilmCenter, Programming Manager Keith Garcia is saying goodbye. Beginning August 2, Garcia will become Creative Manager for Alamo Drafthouse Cinema, overseeing the programming for chain's newly opened Littleton location. But he's far from cutt ... More >>
Last Summer, one of more than a dozen films playing at this year's Cinema Q Film Festival.Over the past five years, the Cinema Q Film Festival has grown from a handful of queer-centric films to a full-on weekend showcase of up-and-coming GLBTQ cinema. Keith Garcia, program director for the Sie Film ... More >>
On the surface, Darren Aronofsky's bleak masterpiece Requiem for a Dream, the screwball musical nun-comedy of Sister Act and a spaghetti Western from Thailand don't have much in common. In the eyes of Denver Film Society programming director Keith Garcia, they all share one important trait: They're ... More >>
We'll cut to the chase: Movies are one of this planet's greatest pleasures, and there's nothing quite like seeing a film at a real theater. Show and Tell would like to share that experience with you, so keep reading to find out how how you can win twenty free passes to any Hollywood Theater by answe ... More >>
#80: Keith GarciaFor a certain cross-section of local cinemaphiles, Keith Garcia is a beloved figure. The longtime program director for the Denver Film Society and its commercial film venue, the Sie FilmCenter, he knows his medium backwards, forwards and inside out, from the revered classic canon to ... More >>
In honor of the release of Stoker, the English language debut of Park Chan-Wook, the Sie FilmCenter is hosting a retrospective of the South Korean filmmaker's revenge series starting tonight with the first entry in Chan-Wook's trilogy, Sympathy for Mr. Vengeance. The series continues tomorrow with O ... More >>
For our New Year's Guide, we asked thirteen cultural tastemakers three specific questions -- but since they're all very involved in the local arts scenes, their answers were very different, and very wide-ranging.As programming manager for the newly christened Sie FilmCenter , Keith Garcia works hard ... More >>
This past year has been tough for many people, and we're eager to kiss 2012 goodbye. In hopes that 2013 will turn out to be much luckier for many, we invited some of the town's cultural tastemakers -- entrepreneurs and entertainers we're lucky to have in Denver -- to answer a trio of questions. We e ... More >>
The full lineup of the 2012 Starz Denver Film Fest won't be released until next week, but fans of the weird, dark and twisted elements of the festival's programming got a sneak peek Friday when the festival's Watching Hour lineup was revealed. This year's batch of late-night favorites includes the b ... More >>
When Pineapple Express was originally scheduled to be screened at Red Rocks a few weeks ago as part of Film on the Rocks, it was canceled due to a lightning storm. Keith Garcia, programming manager for Denver Film Society, said it was the first time the organization had to cancel a Film on th ... More >>
American Casino attempts to deconstruct the subprime-loan disaster.
Cinema Q expands into a festival.
Starz screens the perfect remedy to the scary-movie rut.
A hip-hop film series does more than scratch the surface.
A new MCA show explores modern boyology.