Director's pick: Four feature films in the Silent Film Festival and why they're great

The 35mm films are in place, and the University of Colorado Denver music students have their instruments ready. The Denver Silent Film Festival runs tomorrow through Sunday at the King Center on the Auraria campus, with screenings of silent-era classics and some lesser-known gems.

We asked artistic director Howie Movshovitz for his thoughts on what makes the festival's four feature films great.

See also: - Denver Silent Film Festival - Q&A with Denver Silent Film Fest Coordinator Howie Movshovitz - The Artist shows what movie love is all about at Starz Denver Film Festival's closing night

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Nathalia Vélez
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