August 13 - 17
Stagecoach, My Darling Clementine, High Noon, The Wild Bunch and more. Join us as we examine the most defining film genre of the 20th Century over 4 days.
Sunday, August 9 from 1pm - 4pm
Join Metropolitan State University film professor, Dr. Vincent Piturro, as we discuss the basics of the Western—the essential elements of the genre, its rise to popularity as a Hollywood staple, and how it changed over the decades.
Wednesdays in July at 7:00pm at the Sie FilmCenter & Phipp’s Auditorium
Join Museum scientists and Vincent Piturro, English and film professor at Metropolitan State University of Denver, as they screen famous sci-fi films and lead discussions to break down the science behind them: Snowpiercer, Her, Interstellar, Planet of the Apes and Blade Runner: The Final Cut.
This Week at the Sie FilmCenter
A Borrowed Identity, A LEGO Brickumentary, Cartel Land, Do I Sound Gay?, and The 100-Year-Old Man Who Climbed Out of the Window and Disappeared.
Coming August 7th and Beyond
Dark Places, The Falling, Cop Car, Tom at the Farm and The Tribe.
August 22 from 10am -3pm
Learn how the writing staff of a television show works together to create some of today’s best entertainment. From script language to the writers’ room to the production schedule, you’ll be taken through the process with seasoned TV writer, Sibyl Gardner (Law & Order, Diagnosis Murder, Nashville).
Three shows remain in the 2015 season! Don't miss The Breakfast Club on 8/26, Guardians of the Galaxy on 8/31 and Magic Mike on 9/2!
Thursday, September 3
Unlimited rides, unlimited drinks. unlimited fun for a fifth year in a row, which means Summer Scream is a bonafide Summer tradition, right? And, you don't want to break with tradition, do you? Tickets are on sale now! Buy your 4-pack for $100 ($60 savings) today!
Two-week courses for teens ages 12-18. Study with industry professionals and become a filmmaker this summer!