UPCOMING EVENTS and SCREENINGS

Ben Hur: A Tale of the Christ

Friday Apr 29, 7:00 pm at Alamo Drafthouse, Littleton

Conversation with David Shepard and the 2016 DSFF Award Winner!

Saturday Apr 30, 10:30 am at Alamo Drafthouse, Littleton

Peter Pan

Saturday Apr 30, 12:30 pm at Alamo Drafthouse Littleton

The Unholy Three

Saturday Apr 30, 3:30 pm at Alamo Drafthouse, Littleton

A program of short comedies by Hal Roach

Saturday Apr 30, 6:00 pm at Alamo Drafthouse Littleton

Spies Spione

Saturday Apr 30, 8:00 pm at Alamo Drafthouse, Littleton

The Blot and A House Divided

Sunday May 01, 11:00 am at Alamo Drafthouse, Littleton

Tol’able David

Sunday May 01, 3:30 pm at Alamo Drafthouse, Littleton

The Phantom of the Opera

Sunday May 01, 8:00 pm at Alamo Drafthouse, Littleton

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  • Pandora's Box

    G. W. Pabst, 1929
    Pandora's Box

    Pandora's Box

    Sunday Sep 23, at 7:00 pm at The King Center

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    Directed by: G. W. Pabst

    Live musical accompaniment by: Donald Sosin

    The sexually provocative American actress Louise Brooks, known as Lulu, was one of the distinctive presences of the silent period. Here, her character’s careless eroticism drives others to distraction (and then some).

    The King Center
    855 Lawrence Way
    Denver, Colorado 80204 Get Tickets

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    picture of Louise Brooks

    Louise Brooks

    (1906 - 1985) was born in Kansas, and she died in Rochester, N.Y., where she’d been brought by James Card, the head of the archive at George Eastman House (and one of the founders of the Telluride Film Festival). Brooks was developing an acting career in this country, but she went to Europe and made several startling films, punctuated by her trademark severe hair style that now seems perfect for black and white film. She’s a knockout in two German films –Diary of a Lost Girl and Pandora’s Box – but when she returned to the United States, her career faltered. In 1984, the fine documentarist Ricky Leacock made a film about her, Lulu in Berlin.