As the show business newspaper Variety might put it the Denver Film Festival “unspools” for its 33rd edition on Thursday evening, with speeches, hullabaloo and a screening of the new movie “Rabbit Hole.” What follows will be ten days with more than 200 movies. Colorado Public Radio film critic Howie Movshovitz says that for now he’ll mention four of them.
Film Review: â€œ33rd Denver Film Festivalâ€
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