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3 things about Shahrbanoo Sadat’s WOLF AND SHEEP

Wolf and Sheep [2016] 1. Playing in the river. Balloon pants. 2. Dung patties baking on the wall. 3. Chunks of meat portioned out into metal bowls. A beautiful, brave film.

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Questions and answers.

Courtesy Andy Steadham, I’m pleased to offer this video of the post-screening Q & A from the film’s world premiere! The dapper gentleman facilitating things is Matthew Campbell, a programmer at the Denver Film Festival. Also participating are Dylan Lorenz, … Continue reading

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“I was basically 19, and no one really told me that this was an insane idea to do this.”

Check out this great new article about Pause of the Clock at Boulder Weekly. Sure hope to see some of you at the premiere tomorrow night!

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PAUSE OF THE CLOCK at the 38th Denver Film Festival!

I am humbled and elated to announce that Pause of the Clock will have its World Premiere at the 38th Denver Film Festival on Saturday, November 7 at 6:30 p.m. The film will also screen on Sunday, November 8 at … Continue reading

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3 things about Joseph Graham’s BEAUTIFUL SOMETHING

Beautiful Something [2015] 1. Lava lamp on the bar. 2. “I tried it with guys—” “Guys?” “I tried it with you, and you were guys for me.” 3. He pats Brian on the shoulder. Brian looks down. A wholly inadequate … Continue reading

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3 things about Lev Kalman & Whitney Horn’s L FOR LEISURE

L for Leisure [2014] 1. Pisco and Crystal Pepsi. 2. “No expectations. I’m always down for a deep makeout sesh, but my sex I hold onto.” 3. Laser tag disintegration. Clever. I saw this last night at the Chicago Underground … Continue reading

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What’s your sign? Place your bets, place your bets.

Imagine an activity that combines all the uncertainty of online dating with the tension of a high-stakes poker game. Now imagine doing that continuously for at least six months, and you might get an inkling of what the film festival … Continue reading

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