We’re partnering with distributors to bring you theatrical releases virtually while we’re away from our home at the Sie FilmCenter.
Your “ticket” purchase will allow you to screen a new release and support Denver Film’s mission during this temporary closure.
To learn more about Denver Film’s pandemic response visit the COVID-19 Messaging page.
Sasie Sealy • Comedy • USA (87 min.)
Set in New York City’s Chinatown, an ornery, chain-smoking Chinese grandma goes all in at the casino, landing herself on the wrong side of luck – and in the middle of a gang war.
Abby Ainsworth • Documentary • Canada (78 min.)
A group of interns during a nine month apprenticeship at one of the best restaurants in the world, Mugaritz. While the restaurant’s notorious avant-garde cuisine and creative working environment elevates these young hopefuls to think outside the confines of a kitchen; ultimately, not everyone can handle the heat.
Gabriela Cowperthwaite • Documentary • USA *(83 min.)
A documentary following the controversial captivity of killer whales, and its dangers for both humans and whales.
Bruno Dumont • Drama • France (138 min.)
In the 15th century, both France and England stake a blood claim for the French throne. Believing that God had chosen her, the young Joan (Lise Leplat Prudhomme) leads the army of the King of France.
Mounia Meddour • Drama • France/Algeria (105 min.)
Algiers, 1997. Terrorist wanting an Islamic and archaic state are everywhere. Women are oppressed, in a seek to take control of their bodies, clothing and public space. Young student Nedjma is passionate about making a fashion show.
Peter Medak • Documentary • Cyprus (93 min.)
A comedy genius, a hot new director and a 17th Century pirate film. What could possibly go wrong?
Matt Wolf • USA (113 min.)
A look at the group of people who built the Biosphere 2, a giant replica of the earth’s ecosystem, in 1991.
Benjamin Ree • Documentary/Art • Norway (102 min.)
An artist befriends the thief who stole her paintings. She becomes his closest ally when he is severely hurt in a car crash and needs full time care, even if her paintings are not found. But then the tables turn.
Steve James • Documentary • USA (121 min.)
The life and career of the renowned film critic and social commentator, Roger Ebert.
Halina Dyrschka • Germany/Sweden (94 min.)
The first abstract artist was a woman, misjudged and concealed, See how Hilma Klint rocked the art world with her mind-blowing oeuvre.
Elizabeth Carroll • Documentary • USA/Mexico (82 min.)
Cookbook author and environmental activist Diana Kennedy reflects on an unconventional life spent mastering Mexican cuisine.
Dan Sallitt • Drama/Mental Health • USA (94 min.)
Over the course of a decade, a young woman becomes increasingly dysfunctional due to undiagnosed mental illness, or perhaps to drugs, while her more stable friend sometimes tries to help, sometimes backs away to preserve herself.
Peter Cattaneo • Comedy/Drama • UK (112)
With their partners away serving in Afghanistan, a group of women on the home front form a choir and quickly find themselves at the center of a media sensation and global movement.
Lara Gallagher • USA (90 min.)
Reeling from a one-sided breakup, heartbroken Karen breaks into her ex’s lake house. There, she strikes up a complicated relationship with a provocative younger woman named Lana.
Joaquín Cociña, Cristóbal León • Animation • Chile (73 min)
A surreal, animated tale of Maria, a young woman who takes refuge in a house in southern Chile after escaping from a German colony.
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TODAY IN SNACK NEWS 🍿 Before you press play, get your movie snacks from outside the SieFilmCenter! Friday 5/1 • 3-7PM MST. Pick up snacks and find other ways you can support Denver Film. Order + Pickup on-site. And remember, mind your 6-ft gap and show us your best mask. 😷 📏
#Denver’s non-profit art house, @DenverFilm’s Sie Film Center, is partnering w/ independent distributors to offer virtual, in-home movie premieres each Friday & a generous portion of “ticket” sales goes back to the theater (so they can do things like continue to pay employees❤️) https://t.co/9lNUFWcjQk— Bree Davies (@CocoDavies) March 21, 2020