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POSTED Thursday, December 12, 2013, 12 noon
are you a Crafter? A Foodie?
Want a table to sell your goodies?
the 1st annual
Denver Film Society Holiday Market
Saturday, December 21, 12n-5p in Henderson's lounge
We will have crafts, food, books, vintage ornaments and holiday chachkies of all sorts for sale!
The market is happening at the same time as our annual screening of LOVE ACTUALLY, so there will be plenty of "chick flick" customers!
Want to reserve a table?
Save the Dates!
Saturday, December 14th @ 2pm
For children of ALL AGES!
FREE SCREENING of
A VISIT FROM SANTA
Come at 2pm for the screening,
film followed by a visit from Santa in his special
“North Pole” corner in Henderson’s
Lounge – all are welcome!
FREE Hot Cocoa
and cookies, plus PICTURES with Santa!
Denver Eye Clinic
Susan Henderson of Kentwood City
Saturday, December 21st
(Only $7 for DFS Members, $10 for General
The first annual DFS Holiday Market
12noon – 5pm
Featuring local artists, designers, crafts and food.
Get your last minute
Christmas shopping done,
watch LOVE ACTUALLY
and enjoy a drink special in the theater
Next week at the SIE FILMCENTER!
Tuesday, Dec. 17th @ 7:30p
Don't miss the ONE TIME ONLY screening of this documentary that was just "Short-listed" for the Oscars!
ONE NIGHT ONLY! Tuesday, December 17th 7:30pm
Shortlisted by the Academy as one of the best 15 docs of the year!
God Loves Uganda explores the role of the American
evangelical movement in Uganda, where American missionaries have been
credited with both creating schools and hospitals and promoting
dangerous religious bigotry.
The film follows evangelical leaders in America and Uganda along
with politicians and missionaries as they attempt the task of
eliminating “sexual sin” and converting Ugandans to fundamentalist
"The terrifying consequences of using the Bible to inspire
homophobia seem of no concern to the missionaries of the Missouri-based
International House of Prayer, whose speaking-in-tongues fanaticism
virtually drowns out the film’s more rational religious representatives.
That’s not necessarily a bad thing: with so many extremists on hand,
[there's] no need for narration. [The director] simply stands back and
allows his most deluded interviewees to fashion their own nooses." - The New York Times, Critic's Pick!
"Whatever the state of homophobia in Uganda — which [is likened]
to an incipient wildfire — God Loves Uganda clearly lays the blame for
it at the feet of the American evangelical movement. The movie doesn’t
really argue its case, preferring to stand back, in quiet outrage, as
the representatives of that movement are shown with the match in their
hands." - The Washington Post
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See you at the Sie FilmCenter soon!
Director of Membership & Volunteers