"Carol," starring Cate Blanchett and Rooney Mara, is already receiving Oscar buzz.
—All photos courtesy of Denver Film Festival
One of our favorite times of year is upon us: the annual Denver Film Festival. The 38th iteration takes place November 4 to 15 and has one of the most exciting lineups we've seen in recent years. Besides the dozens of feature films—including flicks you've likely been seeing previews for,...
October 30 2015, 10:30 AM
Denver isn't an obvious place to live for an actor looking to make it big. But for Marty Lindsey, it's home. He has a house in Arvada (his family also lives in the area), although he bounces between Colorado, New Mexico, and Los Angeles. Lindsey knew he wanted to be an actor around age 12, but was...
October 15 2015, 4:15 PM
Tanner Rainville plummets down a mountain in Haines, Alaska, in "Fade to Winter." —Courtesy of David Carlier
Most of the Rockies are still bare, and temps in Denver are expected to climb into the 70s this weekend. But that's not enough to stop us from celebrating winter's imminent return—we're still crossing our fingers for heavy snowfall from the El Niño gods. In the meantime, live vicariously through...
October 13 2015, 2:45 PM
Summer Scream turns Lakeside Amusement Park into a private party (photo courtesy of Jason M. Dewitt/Dewitt Photography)
The waning days of summer are upon us. Sigh. If you're not quite ready to give up those remaining warm-weather evenings, make plans to take in the earlier sunset from the top of the Cyclone Coaster at Lakeside Amusement Park during Summer Scream 5 on Thursday, September 3.
August 27 2015, 4:27 PM
Courtney Hoffman on set in Telluride with the legendary Quentin Tarantino (photo courtesy of Andrew Cooper)
You may not recognize Courtney Hoffman's name, but you've likely seen her work. The costume designer has developed quite the resume at just 30 years old: She's worked (sometimes as a trainee) on Snow White and the Huntsman, Water for Elephants, and Django Unchained. Most recently,...
August 12 2015, 8:50 AM
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Everyone has an addiction, whether it's drinking coffee, scrolling through social media feeds, running ultramarathons—or in some cases, something much stronger. Although the effects of substance abuse are arguably more dangerous than your daily caffeine intake, the recovery process doesn't have to...
May 29 2015, 11:00 AM
—Images courtesy of Copper
Fringe populations have long provided material for storytellers, from journalists to artists to filmmakers. A new Colorado documentary combines the narratives of a variety of these often-marginalized subjects—the homeless, injection drug users, and those who scrap metal—into a compassionate and...
April 24 2015, 12:30 PM
Scandal! Intrigue! Adventure! Cinderella stories! And zombies! This is how Colorado’s documentary filmmaking community became one of our state’s most important industries—while helping transform the craft itself.
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Intro: Several Lights, One Camera, All the Action...