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POSTED:  Thursday, April 30, 2015 @ 4pm

 

Tonight!
thurs, April 30
Opening Night
Stanley Film Festival

Click here for schedule and more info about the entire festival

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Monday, May 4 @ 7:15p
In-Person

THE PEOPLE VS GEORGE LUCAS
w/ Director Alexandre Phillipe in-person

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Wed, May 6 @ 7:15p

TOUCH OF EVIL
and Orson Welles 100th b-day party w/ cake and party favors!
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Starting
Thurs, May 7 -

Sun, May 10

CZECH THAT FILM

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Next weekend
mother's Day
at the Sie FilmCenter

Blush & Bashful VIP Brunch and Screening of Steel Magnolias

Sunday, May 10, 12:00 PMBlush & Bashful VIP Brunch and Screening of Steel Magnolias

Shelby, Drink Your Mimosa!

Mimosas start at noon for this exclusive event followed by a seated brunch at 12:30pm and 2:30pm screening. Limited to 40 seats!

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It's THAT TIME OF YEAR!
If you are a parent or grandparent....summer is coming and the kids and grandkids need something to do!

Do you know a young person

(12-18 years old)

Who LOVES film and wants to learn filmmaking?
Please look into the Denver Film Society's Summer
Educational Program for teens: 

Young Filmmakers Workshop

FAQ’S
(Frequently Asked Questions)

 What is the Young Filmmakers Workshops (YFW)?

The YFW are filmmaking workshops for 12-18 year olds. It is an education program of the Denver Film Society.  Our next program will run from June–August, 2015.  The goal of the workshops is to enable youth to find their voice through filmmaking.  As explained by our lead instructor, Scott Kinnamon The workshops are not just about students who want to be filmmakers, but for any student who has the desire to learn filmmaking in order to be able to tell their own stories through film.”

What is the length and cost of a workshop?   
Workshops are each 2 weeks long and cost $800 per session.
(Early bird rate $720 paid before April 25)   There are 4 levels of workshops with different areas and levels of study.


What are the 4 types of workshops –
their descriptions and details?

YFW INTRODUCTORY Workshop
(2 workshop dates, two weeks each, are available for this class only, same content in both)
Description:  Introductory course in basic filmmaking that culminates with the creation of a short film.

Experience level:  No previous experience necessary.
Dates/times:   Intro A Workshop: June 15-26  -OR-   Intro B Workshop: June 29-July 10. 
8:30am-2:30pm on weekdays

Location:  Denver School of the Arts, 7111 E. Montview Blvd., Denver, CO 80220

 YFW MASTERS Workshop

Description:  For seasoned filmmakers looking for more in-depth instruction.
Experience level:  Previous filmmaking experience preferred.

Dates/times:  July 13-24, 8:30am-2:30pm on weekdays
Location:  Denver School of the Arts, 7111 E. Montview Blvd., Denver, CO 80220

 YFW FOCUSED INTENSIVES Workshop
Description: advanced students who want to focus on an area of filmmaking (directing/editing etc.)

Experience level:  For students who have completed any previous workshop or filmmaking classes

Dates:  July 27-August 7, 9:00 am-3:00pm on weekdays
Location:  Colorado Film School

 YFW 3-D ANIMATION + GAME ART Workshop
Description:  Learn the fundamentals of animation and game production processes.
Experience level:  No previous experience necessary

Dates:  August 10-21, 9:00am-3:00pm on weekdays
Location:  Rocky Mountain College of Art + Design, 1600 Pierce St., Lakewood, CO 80214

 

What is the YFW SCHOLARSHIP Program?
To make sure that all passionate young people have the opportunity to participate in our program, and to insure diversity, we created a scholarship program.  We give whole ($800) and half scholarships ($400) to students according to need and passion.

What are the qualifications for scholarships and what type of student are we looking for?
ANY student can apply for a scholarship, regardless of academic level, financial need or previous filmmaking experience. With the scholarship program, we are trying to reach the kind of student who has a creative nature and has a real PASSION to learn filmmaking.  Financial need and passion are the main criteria for selection. 

What is the YFW SCHOLARSHIP Application and Vetting Process?  Students must apply for a scholarship, picking a specific workshop(s) at the time of submission.  The application is available in the Registration package.  This package can be accessed online at: www.denverfilm.org  (click on the Young Filmmakers page listed on the home page, download the Registration Package.)  After we have received applications, the YFW Scholarship Vetting Committee will vet all applicants and choose those most deserving. 
SCHOLARSHIP APPLICATION DEADLINE:  May 15, 2015 NOTIFICATION DATE OF AWARDS:  May 28, 2015

For any questions about the scholarship program, please contact: 
Eileen O’Brien, Director of YFW Scholarship Program:  member@denverfilm.org, (303)595-3456 Ext. 222

For general information about the entire YFW Program, please contact Lauren Treihaft at: youngfilmmakers@denverfilm.org

 

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Return of Music & Movie Trivia
Every Monday at 7:30p
Henderson's Lounge
MORE FUN THAN A HUMAN
OUGHT TO HAVE!

It’s back! Bigger, better, and more horrifying than ever! Well - it's back anyway, and that's a great thing, right? Join us Monday April 6th at 7:30 PM at Henderson's Lounge in the Sie Film Center with your host Patrick Brown as we get back into our weekly groove of challenging pop culture questions, boozy trivia, prizes galore, and other goofy antics! Invite your friends!

Mondays 7:30 – 9:30 PM in Henderson’s Lounge in the Sie Film Center 2510 E. Colfax Ave.

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Eileen O'Brien
Director of Membership & Volunteers