The 12-day festival, which opens the end of the month, showcases a number of films by Colorado filmmakers or have a connection to the state, including “We are Columbine” and “The Front Runner.”
Denver Film Festival
Childhood loss and abuse plague the title characters of "Amy & Sophia" until their friendship opens a door to recovery. The film by Denver director Adam Lipsius debuts at the Denver Film Festival this weekend.
Eleven different virtual reality experiences take you to places like a maximum-security prison and the African wild.
From horror thrillers to criminal justice docs, the Denver Film Festival features plenty of local films.
Shot in Colorado, "Walden: Life in the Woods," follows three storylines that conjure up many themes from Thoreau's memoir.
"Actor Martinez" follows a struggling Denver actor named Arthur Martinez. It screens at the Denver Film Festival this weekend.
Caballo Blanco, a.k.a. Micah True, was featured in the bestseller "Born to Run." A new film brings Blanco and the Raramuri Indians to life.
- 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.