The locally produced teen tennis story 16-LOVE aces the big screen at the Denver FilmCenter

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The locally produced teen flick 16-LOVE, directed by Denverite Adam Lipsius and starring Lindsay Shaw (The Howling and Pretty Little Liars) as a kid tennis phenom, premieres today at the Denver FilmCenter with screenings starting at 2 p.m. It's a high school love story with a hard sports edge; though the protagonist, Ally "Smash" Mash, has devoted every waking moment to her sport, a twisted ankle leads her into the uncharted realms of young love and life off the court.

Got a kid who's running a racket? Go see this movie. Here's the preview:

Tickets are $7 to $9.75; get yours online or call 303-595-3456.

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