Screening Tonight at the Starz Denver Film Festival

You've got nothing to do tonight, right? Skip another night of must-see TV and head over to the best Denver cultural event of the year, the Denver Film Festival. We've compiled some reviews and profiles of filmmakers and suggest, if you can, that you check out one of the following.

Iron Ladies of Liberia, which screens at 7 p.m., follows the first year in office of Africa's first elected female head of state, and was co-directed by Denver documentarian Daniel Junge.

The Memory Thief tells the tale of a man whose obsession with the pain of the past ultimately consumes him. It's really good and screens at 9 p.m.

End of the Line is a fun, stupid and gross horror/suspense flick that screens at 9:45 p.m.

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Sean Cronin