Ernie Quiroz is a film producer and freelance writer. He founded the CineLatino film festival, first in Phoenix and then in Denver. He worked as the Programming Manager at the Sie FilmCenter and is currently working towards his Master’s in American Media and Pop Culture. He’s a bon vivant, self-avowed geek and his favorite film is still Star Wars (sorry ladies, he's married.)
4 years ago | Art
JonBenet’s Tricycle, the debut film from local renaissance-man Andrew Novick, has its world premiere this weekend at the Denver Film Festival.
4 years ago | Film and TV
If you're looking to get into the spirit of the season, here are thirteen terror-filled films – including creature features, slashers, ghost stories, musicals and even a documentary – screening around Denver this week.
This past January, Denver documentary filmmaker Alexandre O. Philippe struck gold. The brains behind pop-culture surveys including The People vs. George Lucas, Doc of the Dead and Paul, the Psychic Octopus premiered his cinema...
The Denver Museum of Nature & Science boasts 2,000 titles. Archivist Rene O’Connell describes the collection.
Sheila Schroeder and Project DU FILM bring University of Denver alumni who work in the film industry and students together to make and distribute socially conscious movies.
B-movie actor Bruce Campbell discuss his new book "Hail to the Chin" and his latest TV series, "Ash vs. Evil Dead."