The focus of November 15's Big Night presentation at 31st annual Starz Denver Film Festival was Slumdog Millionaire, a flick reviewed in the blog "Slumdog Millionaire Makes for a Big Night at the Denver Film Festival." But there was plenty going on outside the Ellie Caulkins Opera House prior to the screening -- including a Magic Cyclops sighting. Look below for more shots of beautiful people, regular people and ornately garbed dancers doing the Slumdog Millionaire shuffle. -- Michael Roberts
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