We’re heading into the final weekend of Denver’s annual film festival, which means the second round of our recommendations from the festival line-up. If you haven’t had a chance yet to check out one of the films, try now’s your last chance. Visit our Community Calendar for all screening times and film descriptions and let us know which films you’ve enjoyed.
Here are our two picks from this weekend’s screenings:
In Life is Too Long, filmmaker Alfi Selinger is trying to make a comic film about the Danish controversy over the Muhammed cartoons. The latest screwball comedy from Swiss director Dani Levy, the German-speaking Woody Allen.
Restoration is an Israeli drama centered around a family, a Tel Aviv furniture shop and a Steinway piano.