Since 1978, the Denver Film Society has worked to promote film as both an art form and a civic forum, developing a program that includes year-round screenings, community outreach projects
Since 1978, the Denver Film Society has worked to promote film as both an art form and a civic forum, developing a program that includes year-round screenings, community outreach projects and renowned special events. It is in fact the only nonprofit organization in Colorado dedicated to engaging both its members and the general public in a lifelong, life-altering relationship with and understanding of film and film culture. The twin pillars it has built on the foundation of this vision are the award-winning Denver Film Festival, now in its fourth decade, and the Sie FilmCenter.
The event is Denver’s largest film festival (previously called the Starz Denver Film Festival) is in its 40th year with over 10 days worth of screenings and events. With a little more glitz than some of the mountain events, Denver hosts red-carpet premieres and films from dozens of countries and more than 250 filmmakers. Attracting nearly 55,000 film aficionados annually, SDFF is lauded for presenting Academy Award- and Independent Spirit Award-winning films, including “Black Swan,” Brokeback Mountain,” “Silver Linings Playbook,” and “La La Land.”
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