3 Denver Events on December 19

Are you looking for something to do in Denver on the evening of December 19? Luckily, we’ve found a few events that will get you out of the house to try something new or help a good cause. Sipping + Sewing When: December 19, 6:30-8:30 p.m. Where: Beryl’s Beer Company, 3120 Blake St, Denver, Colorado 80205 What: Marma Designs … Continued

Denver Events To Do This Evening

Life is Dope: 90’s Holiday Party When: December 15, 7 p.m.-12 a.m. Where: The Walnut Room, 3131 Walnut St, Denver, Colorado 80205 What: The Life is Dope podcast is hosting this throwback holiday party complete with ’90s music and tribute performances. Put your dance shoes on for the dance contest! This is no ordinary party. It’s also a … Continued

Today’s Denver Events

Stage Tales 3 When: December 14, 8-6 p.m. Where: Mutiny Information Cafe, 2 S Broadway, Denver, Colorado 80209 What: If it’s the second Thursday of the month, it’s time for the live podcast recording of Stage Tales at the Mutiny Information Cafe. Jim Norris will once again be leading the storytelling session, this time with panelists Aaron … Continued

Tonight: Ratio Beerworks events

12 Days of Giving: Youth on Record Holiday Covers Show When: Tuesday, December 12, 5-8 p.m. Where: Ratio Beerworks, 2920 Larimer St, Denver, Colorado 80205 What: Celebrate 12 Days of Giving tonight by joining Ratio Beerworks as they benefit Youth on Record. Each beer sold will raise money for the music education non-profit. This event is part of a … Continued

‘Hello? Denver? Are You Still There?’ with Bree Coco Davies

For those of us who grew up in Colorado, there are moments when you wonder if you’re the last “real” Coloradan standing. As Denver neighborhoods get gentrified beyond recognition for long-term residents, stampedes of people are descending upon Hanging Lake and Maroon Bells. It’s clear that Colorado is experiencing a moment. There is a nostalgic … Continued

‘Vigilante’ at the Denver Film Festival

Director David Wexler has a secret weapon with “Vigilante: The Incredible True Story of Curtis Sliwa and the Guardian Angels,” and he’s not afraid to use it. Not only is the rise of Sliwa’s group perfect documentary fare, the founder himself, at 63, remains a force of nature. So Wexler wisely lets Sliwa tell his … Continued

‘Call Me By Your Name’ Wowed the DFF

The CinemaQ gem that impressed audiences at the Denver Film Festival I’ve seen a lot of queer films – A LOT – and I can’t remember the last time I was so thoroughly impressed as I was by Luca Guadagnino’s adaptation of “Call Me By Your Name.” Sure, queer cinema has improved tremendously in the … Continued

The Terrible Timing for ‘Submission’

The Denver Film Festival’s Centerpiece was a major letdown At the 40th Denver Film Festival, the Centerpiece film was “Submission.” It was adapted from the bestselling novel “Blue Angel” by Francine Prose, which was a biting satire about the sexual politics that occur within a microcosm. It’s important to remember that it was adapted from … Continued

Pop Culture and ‘JonBenet’s Tricycle’

If you’re a Colorado native, you’ve likely seen or read about Andrew Novick long before his Denver Film Festival debut last year. At the 40th Denver Film Festival, he’s revealing the feature-length version of his documentary, “JonBenet’s Tricycle,” and it’s sure to create conversation. First, it’s important to know who Andrew Novick is. He’s been … Continued

Best Films Directed By Women At The DFF

While women make up half the population, they’re currently only responsible for directing a fraction of films. There are, of course, numerous reasons for this. More importantly, though, is that we begin to recognize the importance of women in film. The Denver Film Festival does its part year-round with their Women+Film partnership, through which they … Continued