Don’t miss city’s premiere fall cultural event during this annual celebration of cinema. The Denver Film Festival takes place from November 4 to 15 with over 250 films from Hollywood blockbusters to acclaimed documentaries. Now in its 38th year, the 2015 festival promises to be the biggest and best ever.
The 12-day festival offers daily screenings in the afternoon and evening focusing on everything from women in film to contemporary world cinema. See an award-winning short, a newly released foreign film or a documentary made by local Denver film crews. Movies take place across Denver including at the Sie Film Center, the city’s only year-round cinematheque and permanent home of the annual festival. Red carpet presentations include the opening night gala and a special matinee showing of Todd Haynes’ new film Carol starring Cate Blanchett. Closing night is the coming of age drama Coming Through The Rye., that highlights a teenagers attempt to connect with JD Salinger. Throughout the festival, there will interesting panels and discussions about cinema’s impact on Denver and beyond. Ticket prices vary, but you should plan on getting your seats in advance to make sure you don’t miss out on sold out shows.
If you are coming to Denver for this important festival, think about booking your accommodations at our Cherry Creek hotel. We offer modern rooms and suites just minutes from Downtown Denver and close to popular attractions.