The Cinema Q Film Festival returns to the Denver Film Society this year to celebrate the best in LGBTQ+ programming from the around the world.
July is sci-fi season: The 11th annual Science Fiction Film Series, sponsored by the Denver Museum of Nature and Science; the Denver Film Society, and MSU Denver, will continue with three virtual shows this year and; a short review of an excellent sci-fi series on TV now.
This month I review two films—one an Oscar winner, and another that should be mandatory viewing.
This month’s column gets back to routine with two reviews: one movie and one TV show: “Ma Rainey’s Black Bottom,” on Netflix, and “Killing Eve,” on BBC or Hulu.
The Indie Prof reviews this year’s Oscar nominations including: “Nomadland,” “Sound of Metal,” “Mank,” “The Trial of the Chicago Seven,” “Minari,” and others from previous articles.
This month the Indie Prof reviews the movie “One Night in Miami” on Amazon and the Danish series “Borgen” on Netflix.
This month the Indie Prof reviews “Land,” the directorial debut from Robin Wright and A tribute to director Kar-Wai Wong with showings of most of his films at the Sie Film Center.
The Indie Prof reviews “The Reason I jump,” now playing at the Sie Film Center’s Virtual Cinema, and “Promising Young Woman,” available through streaming.
This month, I review one film from the Center as well as a streaming show.
This month the Indie Prof reviews 4 films from the 2020 Denver Film Festival: Ema (Chile—2020), ‘Til Kingdom Come (2020), 76 Days (2020), and Freeland (2020). The virtual event can be accessed at www.denverfilm.org.