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Theatre, Film & Television Production Department Film Screenings

Film Screenings


Event details are fluid and can change.  For the latest updates, please bookmark this page and check for updates often or call us at 303.352.3000.


Upcoming Film Events

FREE FILM SCREENINGS FOR STUDENTS DURING DENVER FILM FESTIVAL!!

"Films @ 4" Screenings at 4:00 PM, The Pavilions Theaters on Thursday, November 13 and Monday, November 17.

Also…vouchers are available at the screenings or at the UC-Denver Office at Student Life.   These vouchers can be used to acquire tickets for a majority of the films at SDFF.   Quantities limited so get them soon!

Sponsored by the CU Denver Theatre, Film and Television Production Program, the College of Arts and Media and CU Denver Live!

Thursday -- November 13 -- 4:00 PM  DANGEROUS GAME

No matter your views on the game of golf, Anthony Baxter’s highly entertaining and gorgeously shot A Dangerous Game reveals what happens when the desires of the world’s rich and powerful collide with the lives and livelihoods of local residents.This fantastic follow-up to Baxter’s

You’ve Been Trumped, which won the Best Documentary award at SDFF 34, continues the saga of the quirky Aberdeenshire locals living near the construction of Donald Trump’s luxury golf course on a fragile piece of coastal Scotland. 

Monday -- November 17 -- I BELIEVE IN UNICORNS

Sensitive teenager Davina, isolated at home with her handicapped mother, escapes from her dreary situation by creating a fantasy world of dragons and unicorns. Like most impressionable for romance, but instead hooks up with an older “bad boy” she meets at the skateboard park. “I could tame you,” Davina tells the rebellious Sterling, but young girls, she longs he has other ideas. The restless teens decide to run away together. Once they hit the road to “anywhere but here,” Davina can no longer rely on her unicorns but must find inner strength.  In her first feature film, writer-director Leah Meyerhoff combines stop-motion animation with dreamlike visuals to explore Davina’s active imagination. Drawing directly upon her past, she cast her ownmother, who suffers from multiple sclerosis, in the role of Davina’s.

The filmmakers will be available for Q/As after the screenings and receptions that follow.  



Kenneth King Center Box Office:

  • South Entrance of King Center (facing St. Cajetan’s)
    855 Lawrence Way, Denver 80204
  • 303-556-2296 or http://www.ahec.edu/kingcenter/boxoffice.htm​
  • Student tickets can be purchased online or on the phone - but a valid student ID is needed to pick up the tickets.
  • Box Office Hours:
    • Monday-Thursday—10:00am-4:00pm
    • Fridays—CLOSED, unless there is a Friday evening ticketed event in which case we will open at 12:00pm and remain open through the start of the event.
    • Night of show—the Box Office will open 90 minutes before the scheduled start time of the show.
  • Just a reminder: parking for King Center events is now solely in the 7SG.  The 7SG is the parking garage located WEST of the King Center.