#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 >>
As summer arrives, fashion takes a bold leap into the future. Fix your eyes on this week's street-style contenders, who display style as sharp as a knife and as smooth as a llama.
When Stranger Than Paradise hit the big screen, in 1984, indie director Jim Jarmusch was right in the thick of a trend: the American movie, made over in a drifting, plotless European sensibility that aped the way life usually continues to unfold, without a real storyline, sometimes in paralle ... More >>
Sexy, hilarious, deep, irreverent, transcendent, unique, delightful, disturbing: The films of Spanish director Pedro AlmodÃ³var are all these things and more, further buoyed by strong performances, memorable leading ladies and the director's own inimitable imagination. And what could be more ... More >>
Okay, here's the deal: I'm cheap. And because I'm always on the prowl for new and/or bizarre brands of cereal to check out for my Milking It: Cereal Killers & Thrillers blog in Cafe Society, I frequent Big Lots!, where I recently made an unexpected discovery. The store, which specializes in disconti ... More >>
Don't blame Michael Haneke if you don't like what you see.
From the week of 01/04/2007
Women take center stage in Almodóvar's latest.
Pedro Almodóvar returns with a lighthearted ghost story.
An Almodó var retrospective plays it safe and irons out the kinks.
Shwayder Theatre at the Mizel Center
Remembering the films that heated up cinemas this year.
In a year when small movies came up big, picking the top ten was a Payne.
Before Night Falls recounts the grim, brave life of Reinaldo Arenas.
Butterfly soars over the summer competition.
All About My Mother lives up to its billing as a "screwball drama."