It will be hot in Denver this weekend -- and we're not just talking temperature. The culinary calendar is packed with activities, including an eclectic new food market, Breck Brewery's annual bash and a mermaid mashup. Keep reading for a taste of what's ahead... See also: History Colorado's menu c ... More >>
Summer is in full swing and the temperature's rising. Here are a few happenings around town to keep you cool with beer events, a pool party and an evening movie showing. For the more culinary-minded, Oak at Fourteenth and Beast Bottle show off their cooking chops with special dinners, or just get ... More >>
The fourth annual Women Film Voices Film Festival opens tonight at the Sie FilmCenter with a diverse array of documentaries, comedies, features and short films all centered on women. This fest has grown in both scope and attendance over its run at the Sie, becoming known as a showcase of stories ... More >>
Among the biggest hits of the just-wrapped Colorado Innovation Network Summit was a ten-year-old boy from East L.A. Caine Monroy is the star of the short film Caine's Arcade (watch it below), which tells of how he built an arcade out of cardboard boxes in his dad's used auto parts store. The film we ... More >>
Back in 2001, Mark Ruppert came up with the idea of creating a competition that would challenge the world's best filmmakers to make a three-minute film in only two days, and in the process answer this question: "Would films made in only 48 hours even be watchable?" The result was the 48 Hour Film ... More >>
Whether you're broke after a weekend of partying or simply a frugal, responsible adult who likes to go out for free, there's plenty in Denver to do this week that won't cost a dime. Choose to learn about green energy at the annual Earth Day celebration, watch a series of free form short films, and/o ... More >>
It's been roughly two and half years since James McElwee raised more than $5000 on Kickstarter to make a documentary on Bob Ferbrache, and the film still isn't finished. After raising the money, McElwee started interviewing members of bands like Slim Cessna's Auto Club, Tarantella, Warlock Pinchers ... More >>
This Friday, August 5, Charly "The City Mouse" Fasano will be celebrating the release of his new book, Next Analog Broadcast at Fast Geek Boutique (321 West 11th Ave.). The book, released by Sunny Outside, is a small, 56 page collection of Fasano's storytelling poems, which he's been performi ... More >>
The challenges of independent filmmaking are many, from scriptwriting to planning around multiple people's schedules to finding funding and finding distribution, the list of hurtles to jump goes on and on. In fact, it's rather amazing when a film is actually made. The Bug Theatre, a venue for ... More >>
When producers have problems with their equipment, it's usually solved quickly by checking out the index or troubleshooting page of an instruction manual. But in the case of Denver producer Boon Doc, aka Boonie Mayfield, who is currently preparing for the Red Bull Big Tune Finals in Atlanta next m ... More >>
Bill Pullman and Julia Ormond in a scene from director Jennifer Lynch's "Surveillance." It's been a long time between films for director Jennifer Lynch, whose latest offering, Surveillance, unspools today at the Chez Artiste. Her debut, 1993's Boxing Helena, about a surgeon (Julian Sands) who preve ... More >>
Cinemocracy Rocks! Monday, August 25, 2008 Red Rocks Amphiteatre Better than: Rocking in the free world. Near the end of Alan Dominguez’s film, Cinema (Dem)ocracy, a guy said, “Voting is like peeing the ocean. It doesn’t make much difference, but you really feel good having done it.” Of ... More >>
Cinemocracy brings the filmmaking to the people.
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