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Keith Garcia and Matthew Campbell Take Artistic Director Jobs at Denver Film

2 years ago by Kyle Harris
Longtime Denver film programmer Keith Garcia has been promoted to be the artistic director of the Sie FilmCenter.
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Good Programming Comes Naturally to Sie FilmCenter's Keith Garcia

3 years ago by Susan Froyd
In his first reign as a programmer at the Sie FilmCenter, Keith Garcia became synonymous with the Sie experience, balancing the best in independent film with the fun stuff, from horror-flick and sci-fi series to fun and cultish one-shots from the underground.
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Keith Garcia Moves On: Thanks for All the Great Films!

7 years ago by Cory Casciato
Earlier this week, for the first time in more than a decade, something novel happened in the world of Denver film: No films were programmed by Keith Garcia. The name may mean nothing to you, or you may not have much idea what it means to be a film programmer,...
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Reader: Keith Garcia should stick to picking films, not lottery numbers

9 years ago by Patricia Calhoun
For our New Year's Guide, we asked thirteen cultural tastemakers three specific questions -- but since they're all very involved in the local arts scenes, their answers were very different, and very wide-ranging.As programming manager for the newly christened Sie FilmCenter , Keith Garcia works hard to bring eclectic first-run...
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100 Colorado Creatives: Keith Garcia, Denver Film Society

8 years ago by Susan Froyd
#80: Keith Garcia For a certain cross-section of local cinemaphiles, Keith Garcia is a beloved figure. The longtime program director for the Denver Film Society and its commercial film venue, the Sie FilmCenter, he knows his medium backwards, forwards and inside out, from the revered classic canon to the outer...
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Lucky '13: Keith Garcia, programming manager for the Sie FilmCenter

9 years ago by Bree Davies
This past year has been tough for many people, and we're eager to kiss 2012 goodbye. In hopes that 2013 will turn out to be much luckier for many, we invited some of the town's cultural tastemakers -- entrepreneurs and entertainers we're lucky to have in Denver -- to answer...
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Keith Garcia's top five picks for the Cinema Q Film Festival

8 years ago by Bree Davies
Over the past five years, the Cinema Q Film Festival has grown from a handful of queer-centric films to a full-on weekend showcase of up-and-coming GLBTQ cinema. Keith Garcia, program director for the Sie FilmCenter, which will host the festival this weekend, says the 2013 season has a more diverse...
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Keith Garcia Dishes on Five Best Bets at the Sie’s 2018 CinemaQ Film Fest

3 years ago by Susan Froyd
CinemaQ founder and Sie FilmCenter chief programmer Keith Garcia makes his picks for the ninth edition of Denver's LGBTQ film festival.
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Alamo Drafthouse Cinema welcomes Keith Garcia as he says goodbye to the Sie FilmCenter

8 years ago by Bree Davies
After a decade with the Denver Fim Society and the Sie FilmCenter, programming manager Keith Garcia is saying goodbye. Beginning August 2, Garcia will become creative manager for Alamo Drafthouse Cinema, overseeing the programming for the chain's newly opened Littleton location. But he's far from cutting ties with his cinematic...
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Five Reasons You Should Support Keith Garcia's Film About Denver Drag

6 years ago by Bree Davies
I've interviewed hundreds of people over the course of my career as a reporter. One of those people is Keith Garcia, a person who went from source and media contact to good friend over years of our not-so-secret recorded phone conversations. Now my friend — who in the last year...

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