- While Boulder Art Cinema lasted only three months, city officials will consider hosting other film events in the Canyon Theater.Read more
Here’s a look at Colorado’s Film Incentives, the Scientific and Cultural Facilities District, and Denver’s Public Art program.
After more than 30 years of operating in Denver, Video One's recent push to become a non-profit organization has fallen short.
- Set in 1962, the film -- which includes some Hollywood actors -- follows two teenagers on a cross-country quest to reach Eleanor Roosevelt.Read more
Following the release of "The Hateful Eight," Colorado legislators have approved another $3 million in film incentives for the next fiscal year.
- The projects include a weekly entertainment TV show called "Xfinity Latino," a local documentary called "Keep A Light In Your Window," and the Air Force-inspired movie "Battle Borne."Read more
Video One opened in 1984. It's survived the rise of Blockbuster, and persisted in the face of online streaming. But without money to become a non-profit, it may soon close.
- Andrew Rodgers has served as executive director for the RiverRun International Film Festival in Winston-Salem, N.C., since 2005.Read more
Grossman's first narrative film, "The Boat Builder," stars Christopher Lloyd and screens during the 2015 Denver Film Festival.
Movie theaters, street artists and the Colorado Symphony are celebrating the "Back to the Future" movie franchise.