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Film Showings at the Bug Theater and at Globville

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Nov. 17th, 2005 | 03:54 am
posted by: derrosencrantz in troyfluhr

Hey Guys,

There are two different places doing movie screenings this Thursday Nov. 17th. One is at 7pm, the other at 8pm. I'm going to try and hit both. Here is one (I was one of the main actors in Modern Fairie Tale)

Globeville Studios Presents:
The Colorado Premiere of JuSpan Productions' Litte Victim
starring Robert Wagner, Lori Singer, Brian Ronalds
Thursday, November 17th at 7:00 p.m.
Please join us for this complimentary evening of film and music at our new location at 635 Santa Fe Drive in the heart of the Santa Fe Arts District. Dean and Brian Ronalds have made several short films which have appeared in numerous festivals to critical acclaim.

Little Victim is their latest film starring the inimitable Robert Wagner (Ausin Powers, Hart to Hart, The Pink Panther), and Lori Singer (Fame, Footloose, Short Cuts) -- a dark comedy about what lies at the end of a rainbow and the diminutive measure of a man.

We will also be screening recently completed short works by local filmmakers, including A Modern Faerie Tale directed by Group 101 member, Maiz Lucero.

Following the screening, we'll have a Q & A with the Ronalds Brothers to find out how they were able to secure known talent for their projects, and what is next for this talented young filmmaking duo.
Did I mention the free beer?
Globeville Studios 635 Santa Fe Drive, Denver, CO 80204
#303-433-7123 www.globevillestudios.com
free parking available along Santa Fe Drive.

And the other is The Bug Theater is doing a thing they call the Emerging Flimmakers Project. It is where they show short films by local filmmakers. They might be showing our films Ideas, The Emperor's Daughter, and Broken in their mix. I have talked to the organizer and he needs to look at the films first. I am taking them to him today. Here is a link to how to get to the Bug...


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