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  1. Thomas N., "The Inner Room," Berthoud Recorder, April 12, 2011
  2. Caramie Schnell, "Vail Film Fest movie 'Inner Room' filmed in Colorado," Vail Daily, April 11, 2011
  3. Bill Husted, "Hunting season opens for Aspen "Cougar" movie," Denver Post, April 11, 2011
  4. Anthony Glassman, "With the spirits of both male and female," Gay People's Chronicle, April 8, 2011
  5. Jeremy Stahl, "The Greatest Musical Satirists of Their Generation," (talks about "Cannibal: The Musical"), Slate, April 5, 2011
  6. Vanessa Miller, "Malcolm McDowell, Dean Cain to make sci-fi film in Boulder," Boulder Daily Camera, March 29, 2011
  7. Dave McNary, Thesps 'Eye' indie sci-fi thriller," Variety, March 28, 2011
  8. Michael Gingold, "Looking Through the Mind's Eye in 3D," Fangoria, March 28, 2011
  9. Andy Vuong, "Hollywood special-effects wizard wants to create virtual studio in Denver," Denver Post, October 24, 2010.
  10. "The Highwayman filming at Boettcher Mansion," KDVR Denver Fox 31, July 22, 2010
  11. Renee McGaw, "Lights! Action! Incentives? Will Colorado's Movie Business Ever Compete With Rival States?" Denver Business Journal, May 7, 2010
  12. Lisa Kennedy, "Piracy is a promo tool for film duo," Denver Post, January 17, 2010.
  13. Lisa Kennedy, "State of Cinema Full of Promise," Denver Post, January 17, 2010.
  14. Jeff Kass, "Paris, Denver, and Hollywood" Denver Magazine, November 2009
  15. Kimberley Davis, "Star Power," Denver Magazine, November 2009
  16. "SF Literary Con Features Movie Cast," The Genre Traveler, October 19, 2009
  17. "Making The Highwayman," Digital Cinema Report, September 15, 2009
  18. Lucy Kannan and Lou Conrad, Interview with Macleish Day about The Highwayman, September 8, 2009
  19. Kirk Montgomery, The Highwayman on E-Block on Labor Day, 9News Denver, Colorado, September 7, 2009
  20. "Colorado Governor's Mansion to be Movie Set," Denver Business Journal, September 1, 2009
  21. "‘The Highwayman’ to begin filming in Denver," Rocky Mountain Independent, September 1, 2009
  22. Lisa Kennedy, "Truth and dare: Documentary scene takes off," Denver Post, August 3, 2009
  23. Michael Roberts, "Made-in-Colorado Film Entanglement debuts tonight," Westword June 26, 2009
  24. Renee McGaw, "This Bard is all about making movies," Denver Business Journal, July 24, 2009
  25. "Colorado Film Commission to be a State Agency Again," Denver Post, June 4, 2009
  26. "Filmmakers Dean and Brian Ronalds on LA Talk Radio’s Film Courage," FilmCourage June 1, 2009
  27. Alicia Wallace, "Boulder's Film Community Rolling with the Punches," Daily Camera, June 1, 2009
  28. "Aspen Man Arrested After 'Cougar Hunting' Party," CBS4 May 23, 2009
  29. "Old Town to hit Big Screen" Lafayette News, May 20, 2009
  30. "Sex comedy set to complete filming in Aspen," 9News, May 18, 2009
  31. "Aspen Racy Movie Set To Complete Filming," CBS4 May 17, 2009
  32. Jabril Faraj, "Local man returns to soaps after 14 years, Daily Camera May 11, 2009
  33. Bruce Finley, "East Colfax a Perfect Place to Shoot this Movie," Denver Post April 15, 2009
  34. Patricia Kaowthumrong, "Colorado’s film economy is on the rise, thanks to “sustainable” independent effort,"ColoradoBiz Magazine, April 1, 2009
  35. "Boulder's Flatirons Theatre celebrating renovations," Daily Camera, March 29, 2009
  36. "Filmmakers try again to jumpstart Colorado movie biz," 9News, March 23, 2009
  37. "Aspen Balks at Racy Movie Filming," 9News, March 22, 2009
  38. Patricia Kaowthumrong, "Denver filmmaker’s “Ink” garnering rave reviews," ColoradoBiz Magazine, March 18, 2009
  39. "Colorado Filmmaking," March 23, 2009
  40. Lisa Kennedy, "With "Ink," Denver talent dips into a Dark Well," Denver Post, March 12, 2009
  41. "Local Film is a Nightmare," 9News, March 11, 2009
  42. Greg Moody, "Colorado Film Bill Begins Long Legislative Journey," CBS4, February 11, 2009 Patricia Kaowthumrong
  43. Patricia Kaowthumrong, "Boulder company premieres feature film," Colorado Biz Magazine, February 18, 2009
  44. Lisa Carpenter, "The Brain Behind The 'Brain'," Colorado Springs Gazette, January 18, 2009
  45. Joanne Kelley, "Incentives proposal seeks to lure film crews to Colorado," Rocky Mountain News, January 15, 2009
  46. Lynn Bartels, "Movie backers create scene" Rocky Mountain News, January 14, 2009
  47. "Filmmakers want more cash to bring cameras to Colorado," 9News January 14, 2009
  48. "Local film gets national recognition ," 9News, November 8, 2008
  49. Kirk Montgomery, Gathering of Heroes - E-block 9News, October 24, 2008
  50. Vince Darcangelo, Daily Camera, August 28, 2008
  51. Elizabeth Stortroen, "Five years in, Boulder's Toofy Film Festival still going strong," Daily Camera,
  52. Nora Caley,"Behind The Screens: Golden Enterprise Fills Supporting Roles for TV, Film," ColoradoBiz Magazine, May 2008
  53. Charles Ashby, "House Committee Kills Movie-location Incentives," Pueblo Chieftan, March 19, 2008
  54. Kyle Clark, "Tax incentive to lure filmmakers to Colorado defeated," 9news.com, March 18, 2008
  55. Joanne Kelley, "House panel kills film-incentives bill," Rocky Mountain News, March 18, 2008
  56. Joanne Kelley, "House panel says 'cut' to film bill," Rocky Mountain News, March 18, 2008
  57. Mark Harden, "Movie-incentive bill dies in Colorado Legislature," Denver Business Journal, March 17, 2008
  58. Joanne Ostrow, "Denver Filmmakers See Stars Rise," Denver Post, March 16, 2008
  59. Mark Harden, "Legislation flings open door for moviemakers to return to Colorado," Denver Business Journal, March 14, 2008
  60. John C. Ensslin, "Denver Filmmakers Honored," Rocky Mountain News, March 12, 2008
  61. Craig Randall, "New Legislation - $25M to bring movies to Colorado," Cherry Creek Dispatch, March 11, 2008
  62. Terry Jessup, "With Bill, More Movies Might Be Filmed In Colorado," CBS4.com, March 11, 2008
  63. "Our View: Tax Credits For Film," Colorado Springs Gazette, March 11, 2008
  64. Chris Casey, "Raids Focus of Documentary Being Filmed in Greeley," Greeley Tribune, March 4, 2008
  65. Lory Pounder, "Can More Movies be Made in Colorado Mountains?" Vail Daily, March 3, 2008
  66. "Bill Would Establish $10 Million Incentive to Bring Film Industry to Colorado," 9news.com, March 2, 2008
  67. "Lights! Camera! Legislation!" Summit Daily News, March 1, 2008
  68. "Skier Shows Off Camera Skills In Colorado Film," CBS4Denver.com, February 27, 2008
  69. Amy Bryer, "Platypi is Reinventing Film Production Studio," Rocky Mountain News, February 25, 2008
  70. Michael Booth, "Some of Colorado's Close-ups," Denver Post, February 24, 2008
  71. Andra Coberly, "Hoping for a Blockbuster," Fort Collins Now, February 15, 2008
  72. Andrew Wineke "First lesson of screenwriting class: It's all about business," Colorado Springs Gazette, February 10, 2008
  73. Vince Darcangelo, "Boulder's red carpet: BIFF goes big-time in its fourth year," Daily Camera, February 7, 2008
  74. Yu Miao, Moondance film festival returning to Boulder in '08," Daily Camera, December 29, 2007
  75. Mallory Potosky, "Colorado Film School Approaches Education from Every Angle," Moviemaker Magazine, February 5, 2008
  76. Joanne Kelley, "$10 million bill aims to lure Hollywood to Colorado," Rocky Mountain News, January 30, 2008
  77. "Luring filmmakers to Colorado," Denver Business Journal, January 28, 2008
  78. "Trading Spaces," Westword, October 18, 2007
  79. Naomi Zeveloff, "Motion Picture," Westword, October 18, 2007
  80. "Sponsorships set for Denver film festival," Denver Business Journal, October 17, 2007
  81. April M. Washington, "Playing Hooky, Going 'Nowhere'," Rocky Mountain News, October 10, 2007
  82. Kristen Browning-Blas, "Pricey RV Feeds Hungry Film Workers," Denver Post, October 10, 2007
  83. "Governor, Mayor Visit the Set of 'Nowhereland'," 9News.com, October 9, 2007
  84. April M. Washington "Sen. Wiens' Ranch gets him a part in Murphy film," Rocky Mountain News, October 5, 2007
  85. Marc Shulgold "Movie Takes up-close, Personal Approach," Rocky Mountain News, October 4, 2007
  86. April M. Washington "Colorado State Senator Wiens goes to Hollywood, in Denver," Rocky Mountain News, October 4, 2007
  87. "Eddie Murphy In Denver," CBS 4 Denver, October 2, 2007
  88. Marc Shulgold, "Action in NowhereLand," Rocky Mountain News October 2, 2007
  89. Marc Shulgold, "Denver is 'NowhereLand' for Next Couple of Weeks," Boulder Daily Camera, October 1, 2007
  90. Bill Husted, "Slick LoDo Locales Star in Murphy Flick," Denver Post September 30, 2007
  91. "Hollywood hits the streets of Denver," 9News.com, September 30, 2007
  92. Bill Husted, Lights! Camera! Extras! Role Call may get you "Nowhere" Fast," Denver Post Septemebr 13, 2007
  93. "Hollywood Needs More Than 1,000 Coloradans: Eddie Murphy Movie Will Be Filmed In Denver," CBS 4 Denver, September 12, 2007
  94. Andy Vuong "Could Colorado become Collywood?" Denver Post, September 11, 2007
  95. Dan England "From slavery to president, Colorado filmmaker to retrace the black man's journey," Greeley Tribune, September 4, 2007
  96. Mike McFee "Eddie Murphy to film in Denver," Denver Post, September 1, 2007
  97. Mark R. Smith, "The Sound of Success in Mountain Audio," Markee Magazine, August 2007
  98. Kirk Montgomery, "Investing in Films Ultimate High Risk, High Reward," Colorado Springs Business Journal, August 3, 2007
  99. Kirk Montgomery, "Movie Making a Family Affair," 9News.com, August 2, 2007
  100. Greg Moody, Eddie Murphy Movie To Be Shot In Denver CBS 4 Denver, August 1, 2007
  101. Kirk Montgomery, "Film Starring Eddie Murphy to Film in Denver," [TEXT] [VIDEO] 9News.com, July 31, 2007
  102. Kirk Montgomery, "Movie Shooting in Colorado Stars 'Star Trek' Vet," 9News.com, July 31, 2007
  103. John Moore, "'Assassins' and 'Madeline' Heat up Summer," Denver Post, July 29, 2007
  104. "Comcast Expands Sales Team," Markee Magazine, July 2007
  105. Joanne Kelley, "Moviemakers Skirt Colorado Locations," Rocky Mountain News, June 27, 2007
  106. Joanne Kelley, "Not Much Action! On Colorado Film Scene," Rocky Mountain News, June 26, 2007
  107. John Firestone and Mark Steven Grove, "Understanding Fight Choreography," Student Filmmakers Magazine, April 2007
  108. Christine Burnish, "Video Equipment Choices and Flexibility: Pierce Seeks Versatality," Markee Magazine, April 2007
  109. Kirk Montgomery, "Local Film Coming to DVD," E-block on9News.com, March 19, 2007
  110. Robert Denerstein, "Filmmaker Miranda's 'Skills' Wins Prestigious Festival Prize," Rocky Mountain News, March 15, 2007
  111. Erika Gonzales, "Denver's Star Rises: Filmmaker Puts Her City in the Movies," Rocky Mountain News, March 1, 2007
  112. Colorado Film Commission Adds New Staff Member," Advertising and Marketing Reviews, March 2007
  113. "Lights, camera, ACTION! Daily Camera February 15, 2007
  114. "Loveland Sweeps Filmmaker Off Feet," Denver Post, February 12, 2007
  115. Michael Roberts, "Wilderness Survival for Girls," Westword, December 7, 2006
  116. "CSU Documentary Assesses Katrina’s Effect on People," Rocky Mountain News, August 28, 2006
  117. Erika Gonzales, "Reel Possibilities: State Must Work With Limited Incentives to Lure Filmmakers," Rocky Mountain News, August 8, 2006
  118. Penny Parker, "Film Scout Works to Bring Denver to Big Screen," Rocky Mountain News, August 2, 2006
  119. "Business Reaches Rocky Mountain High in Colorado," Markee Magazine, August 2006
  120. Kirk Montgomery, "Lights, Camera, Arvada! -- "Skills Like This" Donna Dewey's New Project," 9news.com, July 3, 2006
  121. Sarah Langbein, "Roll 'em: Movie Gets Reel Serious," Rocky Mountain News, June 20, 2006
  122. Ivan Moreno, "For Filmmakers, 'Shooting' Could Have Been Real," Rocky Mountain News, June 19, 2006
  123. Bill Husted, "Extra! Extra!" Denver Post, June 11, 2006
  124. Loren Faye, "Film & Video: Colorado's Mountaintop View," Creative Magazine, Summer 2006
  125. Robert Denerstein, "Singer, Activist Brown Fills The Screen," Rocky Mountain News, May 5, 2006
  126. Lisa Kennedy, "Bumpy, Fascinating Life" Denver Post, May 4, 2006
  127. Paula Moore, "Hollywood eyes Phil Anschutz's Film Company," Denver Business Journal, April 28, 2006
  128. "Top BIFF Films Showing April 30," Boulder County Business Report, April 28 - May 11, 2006
  129. Lisa Kennedy, "A Jack of All Creative Trades Masters Film," April 21, 2006
  130. Anne Lynn, "Buzzworth: Local Film," Denver Post, April 20, 2006
  131. Michael Booth, "Littleton Mom's Hard Sell: Her Film," Denver Post, April 14, 2006
  132. "'The Real World' to tape in Denver," Denver Business Journal, April 10, 2006
  133. Robert Denerstein, "Review: The Surfer King," Rocky Mountain News, April 7, 2006
  134. "Hollywood hits Hyland Hills," YourHub.com, April 6, 2006
  135. Kirk Montgomery, "E-Block: The Surfer King," 9news, April 5, 2006
  136. Steve Rosen, "Filmmakers 'Beat' a Path to Colorado's Door," Denver Post, April 2, 2006
  137. Bruce Goldberg, "State of Denial: BWAHAHAHA!," Denver Business Journal, March 31, 2006
  138. Gary Massaro, Filmmaker Credits Cancer as Motivator," Rocky Mountain News, March 31, 2006
  139. Bill Husted, "Surf's up," Denver Post, March 30, 2006
  140. Michael Gingold, "Watch Out For the Shadow Walkers!" Fangoria, March 20, 2006
  141. "Water World Movie Set to Premiere in April," YourHub.com, March 17, 2006
  142. David Harsanyi, "State Should Give Movies a Break," Denver Post, March 13, 2006
  143. Darlene Cypser, "Update on Constitutionality of Film & Video State Tax Incentives," Advertising & Marketing Review, March 2006
  144. "Film-mogul Welfare," Rocky Mountain News, March 4, 2006
  145. "Street Talk: Film Group Revives," Denver Business Journal, March 3, 2006
  146. "Movie Culture Takes over During 2006 Film Festival," Boulder County Business Report, March 3-16, 2006
  147. "Flashback Media Offers High-Definition Post-Production Film, Video-Editing Bay," Boulder County Business Report, March 3-16, 2006
  148. Nancy Lofholm, "Filmmakers Mock Luxury of Vacancy in Telluride 'Burb," Denver Post, March 1, 2006
  149. Joyzelle Davis, "Nonprofit Puts Colorado Film Production in Focus," Rocky Mountain News, March 1, 2006
  150. Greg Glasgow, "'C.R.A.Z.Y.' Honored at Boulder Film Fest," Boulder Daily Camera, February 23, 2006
  151. Greg Glasgow, "Film Buffs Brave Weather for Gala," Boulder Daily Camera, February 17, 2006
  152. Cindy Sutter, "A Complex Relationship: Boulder Filmmaker Explores History of Slaveowners and Slaves on her Ancestors' Plantation," Boulder Daily Camera, February 16, 2006
  153. Greg Glasgow, "Center of the Storm: Colorado Filmmaker Examines the Media Frenzies in BIFF Entry," Boulder Daily Camera, February 10, 2006
  154. Jeanine Fritz, "BIFF picks," Boulder Daily Camera, February 10, 2006
  155. Greg Glasgow, "Rolling out the Red Carpet: The Boulder International Film Festival Brings Hollywood to the Flatirons," Boulder Daily Camera, February 10, 2006
  156. "10,000 expected at Boulder International Film Festival," The Boulder County Business Report," February 3 - 9, 2006
  157. "Boulder International Film Festival Gains Sponsors for 2006," The Boulder County Business Report," January 20 - February 2, 2006
  158. Jay Leno, "Vampire Sorority," Tonight Show: Pitch to America, NBC, January 9, 2006
  159. Darlene Cypser, "A Creeped out Cast & Crew - Shadow Walking in Colorado," Indie Slate Magazine, January 2006
  160. Dan Wilcox, "Seven Days: Alice's Malice," Colorado Springs Independent, November 24-30, 2005
  161. Andrew Wineke, "Director Shows Guns in Wasteland," Colorado Springs Gazette, November 25, 2005
  162. Roy Larimer, "This Ain't Through the Looking Glass: Springs Producers Hope to Harvest Profit from "Alice in Wasteland," Colorado Springs Business Journal, November 15, 2005
  163. Michelle Baldwin, "Local Filmmakers Bust out the Guts and Gore for Halloween," Westword, October 27, 2005
  164. Lisa Kennedy, "The View From Four Feet," Denver Post, October 23, 2005
  165. Jason Blevins, "Movies Made by the Masses," Denver Post, September 27, 2005
  166. Christine Bunish, "Independent Shorts: Clown Gun," Markee Magazine, September 2005
  167. Kirk Montgomery, "E-Block: Donna Dewey Shooting New Movie in Denver," 9News, August 31, 2005
  168. "Colorado Connects With Spots, Corporate," Markee Magazine, August 2005
  169. "Colorado Actor Takes on Creature Feature Role," Advertising & Marketing Review, August 2005
  170. Jeff Smith, "High Noon Blazes Trail Shooting TV Shows," Rocky Mountain News, August 8, 2005
  171. "Kingsbaker, True Open Radical Artist Agency," Advertising & Marketing Review, August 2005
  172. Manny Gonzales, "CinemaLab Offers Window to Old Films," Rocky Mountain News, August 2, 2005
  173. Darlene Cypser, "Federal Court Case Threatens State Tax Incentives," Advertising & Marketing Review, August 2005
  174. Kim Castleberry, "Filming Takes over Pearl Street," Boulder Daily Camera, July 29, 2005
  175. Lisa Kennedy, "Klingon Spoken Here," Denver Post, July 22, 2005
  176. Robert Denerstein, "'Earthlings' Gives Voice to Klingons" Rocky Mountain News, July 22, 2005
  177. Kirk Montgomery, "Horror Flick Films In Denver," 9News, July 6, 2005
  178. Aimee Heckel, "CU Graduate Gets Movie Role: Maiz Lucero to Appear in 'The Sensei'," Boulder Daily Camera, June 22, 2005
  179. Bill Husted, "Glenwood's Big Moment Wasn't To Be," Denver Post, June 19, 2005
  180. Lisa Kennedy,"Sharp Lens Trained on Colorado Films," Denver Post, June 12, 2005
  181. Holly Yettick, "Jeffco Schools Nix Movie Bid," Rocky Mountain News, June 5, 2005
  182. Lisa Kennedy, "CU Grad Darnell Finds a Friend in Animation," Denver Post, May 27, 2005
  183. "Water World Opens May 28," 9news, May 25, 2005
  184. Robert Denerstein, "Award, Family Await Cheadle in Denver," Rocky Mountain News, April 30, 2005
  185. Ryan Morgan, "Bright Lights, Little City," Boulder Dirt, April 24, 2005
  186. "The Shadow Knows," Denver Business Journal, April 22, 2005
  187. Steve Raabe, "Exclusive Audience Sees Enron Film," Denver Post, April 19, 2005
  188. Christine Reid, "Former Deputy Starring in Film," Boulder Daily Camera, April 17, 2005
  189. "Movie Industry Incentive Bill Advances," Denver Business Journal, April 8, 2005
  190. Darlene Cypser, "New Tax Incentives For Production" (aka "Changes in the Federal Tax Law"), Advertising & Marketing Review, April 2005
  191. Robert Denerstein, "For Film Fans, It's Shorts Weather in Aspen," Rocky Mountain News, April 6, 2005
  192. Michael Fickes, "Film Equipment Tried & True: Embracing Change," Markee, April 2005
  193. Ryan Morgan, "Bright Lights, Green Money: Film Crew Could Spend $100K Per Day This Summer," Boulder Daily Camera, March 30, 2005
  194. Darlene Cypser, "The New Tax Incentives For Film & TV -- How Can They Help Indies?" Indie Slate Magazine, March 2005
  195. Vanessa Miller, "Daily Camera Makes Its Big-Screen Debut," Boulder Daily Camera, March 30, 2005
  196. "Also Showing: Spotless," Rocky Mountain News, March 25, 2005
  197. Bill Husted, Denver Post, "That Hurts!" Denver Post, March 20, 2005
  198. "Thought Equity Sponsers Boulder Film Festival," Advertising & Marketing Review, March 2005
  199. Bill Husted, "Oscar Winner to Shoot Indie Film in Denver," Denver Post, March 15, 2005
  200. "Colorado Filmmaker Lands Sand Creek Masacre Film in American Indian Film Festival," American Western Magazine, March 14, 2005
  201. Bob Fisher, "Sweet 16: A-list Cinematographers Say the Emulsion's Never Looked So Good," Film & Video Magazine, February 2005
  202. Kirk Montgomery, "Local Actor Gets Big Break," KUSA 9news, February 24, 2005
  203. Michael Booth, "Film Festival to Start Later, Avoid Fall Glut," Denver Post, February 22, 2005
  204. Tyler Wilcox, "Buzz: Boulder and the Big Screen," Boulder Weekly, February 17, 2005
  205. Robert Denerstein, "Cradle to Screen: Denver's AnnaSophia Robb on Verge of Child Stardom," Rocky Mountain News, February 16, 2005
  206. "Darker "Chocolate" from Depp," Denver Post, February 16, 2005
  207. "House Bill Would Revive Colorado Film Industry," Boulder Daily Camera, February 14, 2005
  208. Lisa Kennedy, "The Reel Deal in Colorado," Denver Post, February 13, 2005
  209. Robert Denerstein, "Sisters Say World Needs One More Film Fest - in Boulder," Rocky Mountain News, February 12, 2005
  210. Steve Pohler, "Boulder Film Festival to Feature 55 Movies Feb. 17-20," Boulder County Business Report, February 4-17, 2005
  211. "Denver-backed Movie Gets Distribution Date," Denver Business Journal, January 24, 2005
  212. Lisa Kennedy, "Sun Shines on Indie Films In Colorado, Denver Post, January 16, 2005
  213. Matt Sebastian, "Big Screen Blues," Boulder Camera, December 24, 2004
  214. Douglas J. Rowe, "East High Grad Savors The 'Journey'," Denver Post, December 24, 2004
  215. Nancy Lofholm, "Professor Captures Reel-to-Reel Drama," Denver Post, December 14, 2004
  216. Laurie Fisher, "Time Is Right, Local Film Fest Organizers Say," Boulder County Business Report, December 10-23, 2004
  217. Michael Becker, "RE-1 Calls 'Cut' On Movie Proposal," Journal-Advocate, Sterling, Colorado, December 7, 2004
  218. Andrew Wineke, "CU-Springs Graduate’s Film of Fantasy Screened Tonight," Colorado Springs Gazette, November 17, 2005
  219. Lisa Kennedy, "State Lands a Leading Role in Filmmaking," Denver Post, October 21, 2004
  220. Lisa Kennedy, "Indie Filmmaking Gaining Synergy Locally," Denver Post, October 21, 2004
  221. Lance Ritchin, "Teaching Corporate America to Rock," Indie Slate Magazine, October 2004
  222. Lisa Kennedy, "Montage From Four Days of Moments," Denver Post, October 17, 2004
  223. Lisa Kennedy, "Mix and Match for Film Odyssey: Intrigue Ranges from WWII to Colorado Talent," Denver Post, October 10, 2004
  224. Penny Parker, "Casting Director Respected Dangerfield's 6 a.m. Call," Rocky Mountain News, October 7, 2004
  225. Mark Steven Bosko, "Beyond Post Production," Second Annual Beginner's Guide to Making Movies, MovieMaker Magazine, 2004
  226. Ken Custer & Stephanie Two Eagles, "The Film & Video Industry in Colorado," Advertising & Marketing Review, October 2004
  227. Blair Jackson, "Dialogue Reigns Supreme: In the Field for John Sayles' Silver City," Millimeter, September 2004
  228. Lisa Kennedy, "Coloradans Find a Film in an Odd Spot - Afghanistan," Denver Post, September 24, 2004
  229. Steve Rosen, "Colorado: Heart of Darkness," Denver Post, September 23, 2004
  230. Penny Parker, "'Beverly Hills Cop' Actor to Shoot Murder Mystery in Colorado," Rocky Mountain News, September 22, 2004
  231. Michael Booth, "Mining a Mile-high Vein, Sayles Produces Only Tin," Denver Post, September 17, 2004
  232. Robert Denerstein, "'Silver City' Glitters in Theme Only," Rocky Mountain News, September 17, 2004
  233. Bill Husted, "Stars Come for Denver Debut; More on the Way," Denver Post, September 12, 2004
  234. Elana Ashanti Jefferson, "Split Decision at "Silver City" Premiere," Denver Post, September 12, 2004
  235. Penny Parker, "Film's Night at the Fights," Rocky Mountain News, September 10, 2004
  236. Erika Gonzalez, "Politics Aside on 'Silver City' Campaign Bus," Rocky Mountain News, September 11, 2004
  237. Robert Denerstein, "No Gold Star For 'Silver,'" Rocky Mountain News, September 10, 2004
  238. Lisa Kennedy, "Cinematic Sport: Bagging a President," Denver Post, September 10, 2004
  239. Patricia Calhoun, "Movie Madness Abounds as Silver City Premieres in Denver," Westword, September 2004
  240. Bill Gallo, "America's Spinning: Silver City and Colorado Stand Out in This Season of Political Intrigue," Westword, September 2004
  241. Erika Gonzalez, "'Silver City' Rides its Own Campaign Bus into Denver," Rocky Mountain News, September 4, 2004
  242. Mark Brown, "Events to Mint 'Silver City' Film Debut in Denver," Rocky Mountain News, September 3, 2004
  243. Eric Peterson, "Cuban-backed Coloradan Rolls Out High-Definition Cable," ColoradoBiz, September 2004
  244. Mark R. Smith, "Mountain States Regional Road Trip: High On Colorado," Markee Magazine, September 2004
  245. Bill Husted, "Is Film Event Primed for Bush-whack?" Denver Post, August 29, 2004
  246. Bill Husted, "Water World Ready for its Closeup," Denver Post, August 24, 2004
  247. Kirk Montgomery, "Hollywood Comes to Water World!" www.9news.com, August 23, 2004
  248. Will Shanley, "Police Training Videos Use Local Scenes To Hit Home," Denver Post, August 22, 2004
  249. Penny Parker, "Four Mighty Mites Experience the Marvels of Moviemaking," Rocky Mountain News, August 18, 2004
  250. Penny Parker, "'Silver City' Screenings a Golden Opportunity to Have Some Fun," Rocky Mountain News, August 13, 2004
  251. "Sayles' 'Silver City' Campaign in Colorado," Zap2it.com, August 13, 2004
  252. Bill Husted, "'Silver City' Strikes Gold in Denver," Denver Post, August 12, 2004
  253. "Citizen Pictures Shoots Open for Historical Mystery Program," Advertising & Marketing Review, August 2004
  254. "Oscar-Nominated Director Will Screen Film in Colorado," CBS 4 Denver, August 12, 2004
  255. "John Sayles to screen new film in Colorado," Heraldonline.com, August 12, 2004
  256. Douglas Brown, "Mile-High Wave," Denver Post, August 8, 2004
  257. Laura Bond, "Slow Ride: It's Segway or the highway for these Denver filmmakers," Westword, August 5, 2004
  258. Josh Gerstein, "Filmmaker Strives for `Silver City' To Become the Fictional `Fahrenheit',"The New York Sun, July 23, 2004
  259. Shannon Armstrong, "Lights, camera - action," Vail Daily, July 17, 2004
  260. Bill Husted, "Lawn Chair Team Ready to Sit a Spell," Denver Post, July 8, 2004
  261. Jennie Dorris, "Variations on a Theme," Daily Camera, July 2, 2004
  262. "Home Grown Art," Denver Business Journal, July 2, 2004
  263. Patricia Calhoun, "What's My Line: Get Ready for Denver's Close-up," Westword, July 1, 2004
  264. Bill Husted, "Silver City," Denver Post, July 1, 2004
  265. Carrie Click, "Glenwood Makes Cover," Glenwood Springs Independent, June 25, 2004
  266. Bill Husted, "Surf's Up," Denver Post, June 24, 2004
  267. Brooke Comer, "Producers Of Silver City Have A Wonderful Experience," Production Update Magazine, June 2004
  268. Laurie Boudreau, "Going The Extra Mile In The Mile High City FVESCO Introduces CineFest 2004," Production Update Magazine, June 2004
  269. "'Silver City' Kickoff Has Feel Of Real Campaign," Rock Mountain News, June 5, 2004
  270. Lisa Kennedy, "Planting Seeds of Home Grown Movies: Colorado Filmmakers See Fertile Ground," Denver Post, June 1, 2004
  271. Brooke Comer, "Comcast Media Center Brings It All Together," Production Update Magazine, June 2004
  272. "Focus On Local Production: Ichabod!" Advertising & Marketing Review, June 2004
  273. Brooke Comer, "Colorado's 42 Productions Does Their Own Stuff," Production Update Magazine, June 2004
  274. "Inferno Sells Movies to Thailand," Advertising & Marketing Review, June 2004
  275. Brooke Comer, "Warren Miller Entertainment," Production Update Magazine, June 2004
  276. "Feature-Length Movie Filmed at Longmont High School," Advertising & Marketing Review, June 2004
  277. Jennifer Knight, "Local Filmmaker Spotlights Colorado Springs in His New Movie," Colorado Springs Business Journal, May 2004
  278. "Film Commission, Stunt Man Needham Rep Colorado at AFCI show," Advertising & Marketing Review, May 2004
  279. Ann Bryer, "Coalition hopes to see movie, TV cameras rolling again in Colorado," Denver Business Journal, April 30, 2004
  280. Robert Denerstein, "Short Cuts: In Its 13th Year, Aspen Shortfest Is Fertile Ground For New Talent," Rocky Mountain News, March 30, 2004
  281. Bill Husted, "City Spirit," Denver Post, March 28, 2004
  282. "Movie Shoot To Slow I-70 Near Glenwood," Denver Post, March 8, 2004
  283. Bill Husted, "Denver Shines As Great Place To Make Films," Denver Post, March 7, 2004
  284. James L. Menzies, "Top 10 Cities for Moviemakers," MovieMaker Magazine, March 2004
  285. "E5 Independent Feature Film Filming in Colorado," Advertising & Marketing Review, March 2004
  286. "Comedy Show, 'N20 - Suck It Up!' Will Be Filmed In Denver For TV Pilot" Advertising & Marketing Review, March 2004
  287. "Oscar Nomination for Boulder Filmmaker Sandy McLeod," Advertising & Marketing Review, March 2004
  288. "New Deal Pictures' Below the Belt Selected By Sundance For Frontier," Advertising & Marketing Review, March 2004
  289. Lillian Ross, "Durango 9-day Festival Celebrates Filmmaking," Denver Post, February 29, 2004
  290. Robert Denerstein, "Colorado'S Claim To Oscar Fame: Boulder Filmmaker Nominated For Short Documentary Prize, Rocky Mountain News, February 28, 2004
  291. "Comcast Media Center Produces HDTV Music Videos Featuring Truth," Advertising & Marketing Review, February 2004
  292. Barbara J. Kelly, "Broomfield Group Filling Niche For Spanish-Language Movies," The Boulder County Business Report, Feb. 20 - March 4, 2004
  293. Dick Kreck, "Gibson still could have film legacy," Denver Post, February 6, 2004
  294. "John Sandy Productions, Inc Just Keeps on Cranking," Advertising & Marketing Review, February 2004
  295. Bill Husted, "Action!" (E5) Denver Post, January 25, 2004
  296. Bill Husted, "'Smith' films here, but stars skip Colorado," Denver Post, January 15, 2004
  297. Michael Booth, "'Big Fish' adapter credits Boulder Upbringing for Success," Denver Post, January 13, 2004
  298. Matt Sebastian, "Colorado premiere set for Lafayette filmmaker's work," Daily Camera, January 11, 2004
  299. Erika Gonzalez, "Local Lens," Rocky Mountain News, November 5, 2003
  300. "Legal Aspects Conference A Great Success!" Advertising & Marketing Review, November 2003
  301. Lisa Kennedy,"The 'Silver' Rush? Sayles' Colorado-set film raises hopes for more," Denver Post, October 27, 2003
  302. Bill Husted, "'Silver City' Mining Denver Lode," Denver Post, October 5, 2003
  303. Ed Will, "Downtown Film Crew Draws Star Gazers," Denver Post, October 5, 2003
  304. Bill Husted, "Action!," Denver Post, October 3, 2003
  305. Maiz Lucero, "'Tiger Street' is Great!!!," Indie Slate, Sept-Oct 2003
  306. Robert Denerstein, "'Silver City' shoot starts in Denver," Rocky Mountain News, September 23, 2003
  307. John Moore, "Here's the Scoop: Director Casts Hickenlooper in Film," Denver Post, September 21, 2003
  308. Patricia Calhoun, "Reality Bites: It's the Colorado HillBillies!" Westword, September 11, 2003
  309. Penny Parker, "Sayles Hits Mother Lode of Local Talent for Film," September 13, 2003
  310. Seven McDonald, "Hanging With the Actor Kids at the Oakwood Apartments," LA Weekly, August 1-7. 2003
  311. Jennifer Beauprez, "Denver Gets A New Close-Up," Denver Post, August 5, 2003
  312. Erika Gonzalez, "Hollywood Returns to Denver: Mayor Sees Gold in `Silver City,'" Rocky Mountain News, August 5, 2003
  313. "Tiger Street Premieres on Showtime," Advertising and Marketing Review, August 2003
  314. Kelly Pate, "Ready for Action: Writer Scripts His Vision fo Colorado," Denver Post, July 20, 2003
  315. Kelly Pate, "State Film Panel Envisions Private Funding Lured By Economic Gains," Denver Post, July 20, 2003
  316. Amy Bryer, "Film boosters hope to revive state's industry," Denver Business Journal, July 4, 2003
  317. Lisa Kennedy, "What Would Make Denver Better: Movies," Denver Post, June 29, 2003
  318. "Mollusk Melee," ("Searching for Haizmann") Boulder Daily Camera, March 7, 2003
  319. Stephanie Two Eagles, "Colorado Film: The Reality and the Dream," 16:9 Magazine, Oct/Nov 2002
  320. "Making it in Today's Film & Video Business," Advertising and Marketing Review, October 2002
  321. "Have I Got A Deal For You," 16:9 Magazine, Oct/Nov 2002
  322. Susan Glairon, "Danger Zone: Jumping," Boulder Daily Camera, October 20, 2002
  323. "Denver-based Film Magazine Prepares for Launch," Advertising and Marketing Review, October 2002
  324. Ricardo Baca, "Filmmaking Also Dries Up In State," Denver Post, August 21, 2002
  325. "Post Production Portfolio: Crosspoint," Markee Magazine, September 2002
  326. "Mountain States Production Report," Markee Magazine, September 2002
  327. Penny Parker, "Oscar Winner to Film Auditorium Ads," Rocky Mountain News, September 7, 2002
  328. Maureen Herzog, "Denver's Donna Dewey," Indie Slate, Aug-Sep 2002
  329. "Cheerleader Ninjas," Indie Slate, Aug-Sep 2002
  330. Si Dunn & Connie Dunn, "State of the States: Spotlight on Colorado & New Mexico," Indie Slate, Aug-Sep 2002
  331. Ricardo Baca, "Filmmaking Also Dries Up In State," Denver Post, August 21, 2002
  332. Erika Gonzalez, "Picture This: At Lowry Studio, Fledgling Filmmakers Earn Their Wings," Rocky Mountain News, May 28, 2002
  333. Hugh Gallagher, "Behind the Scenes: Dragon and the Hawk," Sirens of Cinema, Spring 2002
  334. Betsy Lehndorf, "Can Your Home Pass the Hollywood Screen Test?" Rocky Mountain News, February 16, 2002
  335. "Independent-film fans may rejoice," Denver Post, January 27, 2002
  336. Bill Husted, "Drunken Ninjas," Denver Post, January 22, 2002
  337. Bill Husted, "Magnate Keeps Faith with Film," Denver Post, January 6, 2002
  338. "Entrepreneurial Spirit Earns Colorado Straight A's," Colorado Edge, January 2002
  339. Si Dunn & Connie Dunn, "Synergy meets Grit," Indie Slate, Winter 2002
  340. Penny Parker, "Doings," Rocky Mountain News, December 25, 2001
  341. "New Film Company Opens in Denver," Urban Spectrum, December 17, 2001
  342. Kevin Wright, "The New Film & Video Industry: Getting Our Share," Advertising & Marketing Review, December 2001
  343. "Colorado Film to be Released on Video," Advertising & Marketing Review, November 2001
  344. "Film Company Opens In Denver," The Denver Business Journal, October 11, 2001
  345. Vicky Uhland, "Who needs Hollywood?" Rocky Mountain News, August 31, 2001
  346. Bob Jackson, "Film fest features locals Hahn, Isom," Rocky Mountain News, August 20, 2001
  347. Bill Husted, "Proulx tale may be filmed in Colo.," Denver Post, August 14, 2001
  348. Sandra C. Dillard, "'Laramie' on the set in Denver," Denver Post, July 1, 2001
  349. Sandra C. Dillard, "Filming 'Laramie' Exciting for Kaufman," Denver Post, June 10, 2001
  350. Josh Tyson, "Snakes in the Grass - How Local Filmmakers Turn the Twisted into a Living," Go-Go Magazine, June 7, 2001
  351. Michael Mehle, "Shooting Stars," Rocky Mountain News, June 2, 2001
  352. Lynn Bronikowski, "Stephanie Two Eagles' Job is Picture Perfect," Colorado Biz, June 2001
  353. Brooke Come, "Filming in the Rocky Mountain States," Production Update on Location, June 2001
  354. Susan K. Moses, "Animation...Selling Beyond the Cels," Advertising and Marketing Review, June 2001
  355. Dinah Zeiger, "Fighting Through a Slump: Anschutz in Lead Role as United Artist, Theatre Industry Seek Comeback," Colorado Biz, June 2001
  356. Steve Caulk, "AT&T Broadband Unit to Offer Video Services," Rocky Mountain News, May 29, 2001
  357. Sandra C. Dillard, "Local actors join stars in HBO 'Laramie Project'," Denver Post, May 20, 2001
  358. Lisa Bornstein, "'Laramie Project' Creates Work for Colorado Actors," Rocky Mountain News, May 19, 2001
  359. Lisa Bornstein, "Filming of 'Laramie Project' Headed to Denver Monday," Rocky Mountain News, May 12, 2001
  360. Lisa Bornstein, "'Laramie Project' outside scenes a wrap," Rocky Mountain News, May 11, 2001
  361. Dusty Saunders, "'Laramie Project' Lures Celebs to Denver," Rocky Mountain News, May 9, 2001
  362. Andy Vuong, "Anschutz Forms New Film Company," Denver Post, May 08, 2001
  363. Todd J. Shriber, "Anschutz Co. Enters Film World," Rocky Mountain News, May 8, 2001
  364. Bill Husted, "Denver to Star in HBO Film," Denver Post, May 01, 2001
  365. Sandra C. Dillard, "Paid Extras Sought for 'Laramie'," Denver Post, April 27, 2001
  366. Sandra C. Dillard, "Local Actors Eye 'Laramie'," Denver Post, April 8, 2001
  367. Neil Westergaard, "What's Anschutz up to now?" Denver Business Journal, March 2, 2001
  368. Michael Mehle, "Scenes from Colorado: Coloradans Script Some Remarkable Stories of Success," Rocky Mountain News, December 10, 2000
  369. Rebecca Jones, "Some Homes Win Places in Movies," Rocky Mountain News, December 10, 2000
  370. Chris Ward, "The Denver Film Society is Coming to the Tivoli--For Good This Time," The Metropolitan, December 4, 2000
  371. "Denver's film industry gets a boost," Denver Business Journal, November 28, 2000
  372. Chris Magyar, "Straight Up With Twist: Nixing the Twist shows the way for local film," Go-Go Magazine, November 9, 2000
  373. Bill Husted, "My favorite Denver magazine is back. Well, almost," Denver Post, November 7, 2000
  374. Laura Bond, "Backwash: Local filmaker makes good with a Twist," Westword, November 2, 2000
  375. "Once is Not Enough," Filmmaker Magazine, Fall 2000
  376. Warren Epstein, "Lights, camera, click," Colorado Springs Gazette, August 6, 2000
  377. "TESLA IN COLORADO: Lance Accord's spectacular bio-pic Tripping the Light Electric," Filmmaker Magazine, Summer 2000
  378. Erika Gonzalez, "Ex-Star to Sing Praises of Colorado Filmmakers," June 24, 2000
  379. Mike Ritchey, "Drive-in Theaters Still Shine," Denver Post June 11, 2000
  380. Ed Will, "Cable Capital: Production Companies Make Colorado Mecca for Independents," Denver Post, May 28, 2000
  381. Bryce Edmonds, "Enter the Dragon," Go-Go Magazine, April 20-May 3, 2000
  382. Eric Peterson, "There's No Business Like Show Business...," ColoradoBiz, April 2000
  383. Greg Glascow, "Denver Women Team up to Make 'Dragon and the Hawk' Fly," Boulder Camera, March 12, 2000
  384. Michael Mehle, "Filmmaker Enters a New 'Dragon,'" Rocky Mountain News Spotlight Section, March 9, 2000
  385. Lisa Bornstein, "Helping Actors Play Their Strengths," Rocky Mountain News, March 2, 2000
  386. Bill Husted, "City Spirit," Denver Post, February 27, 2000
  387. Bill Husted, "Local Film Community Gives Colorado Hope," Denver Post, December 30, 1999
  388. John Sanko, "Filmmakers Spending Less in Colorado, Panel Told," Rocky Mountain News, December 9, 1999
  389. Jonathan Shikes, "Off Limits: Why are there no cameras rolling in Denver?" Westword, December 9, 1999
  390. Lyn Berry, "Film company marks 50 years: Warren Miller Entertainment highlights thrills and spills of skiing," Denver Business Journal, November 12, 1999
  391. Robin Chotzinoff, "Get Me Rewrite!" Westword, October 28, 1999
  392. Philip Garvin, "Change Rocks Colorado's Production and Post-Production Industry," Advertising & Marketing Review, October 1999
  393. Eric Peterson, "Lode Oughta Be in Pictures," ColoradoBiz, August 1999
  394. Bill Husted, "Indie Folks Hope `Raising the Stakes' Will Do Just That," Denver Post, August 17, 1999
  395. Bill Simpson, "Blending business with art: Denver Center is also home of video company," Denver Business Journal, July 16, 1999
  396. Daisy Whitney, "Exec by Day; Actor by Night: Software Producer Plays Villain in Denver Made Film," Denver Post, May 31, 1999
  397. Rebecca Landwehr, "Lerner's Time to Shine," Denver Business Journal, May 14, 1999
  398. "Moosie: Elbert screenwriter learns tough lessons". Elbert County News, Thursday, May 13, 1999
  399. Robert Schwab, "Denver Film Industry Flickering," Denver Post, May 8, 1999
  400. "Software CEO Busy Creating an Evil Empire," Denver Business Journal, March 29, 1999
  401. Norman Clarke, "Rocky Talk: Oscar Scene and Heard," Rocky Mountain News, March 22, 1999
  402. Norman Clarke, "Rocky Talk: Scene and Heard," Rocky Mountain News, March 19, 1999
  403. Bill Husted, "Dragon Breath," Denver Post, March 16, 1999
  404. "Denver's new role as a media player," Denver Business Journal, January 22, 1999
  405. Tony Perez-Giese, "Drinking to Success," Westword, January 21, 1999
  406. David Geffner, "Trip Hop," Filmmaker Magazine, Winter 1998
  407. Michael McCarthy, "A Conversation With Dee Snider of 'Strangeland'," Cinezine, October 1998
  408. Paula Aven, "Lights, Camera, Action! Sunstone wraps up its first production," Denver Business Journal, August 14, 1998
  409. "Sharing The Risk," The Denver Post, September 22, 1998
  410. "Lights, Camera, action! - SunStone wraps up its first production," Denver Business Journal, August 14, 1998
  411. "Local man's screenplay produced," Elbert County News, August 13, 1998
  412. Robert Denerstein, "Coloradans Show Asian-Related Film in Festival," Rocky Mountain News, June 24, 1998
  413. Rebecca Landwehr, "Oscar bound: Denver filmmaker scores nomination," Denver Business Journal, March 20, 1998
  414. "Artsbeat," Westword, February 26, 1998
  415. "Elbert County: picture perfect backdrop for movie industry," Elbert County News, February 5, 1998
  416. T.R. Witcher, "Reeling From the Experience," Westword, January 8, 1998
  417. Glen Emerson Morris "Location Shoot Out," Advertising and Marketing Review, 1998
  418. Alan Dumas, "Artsy and Crafty TV, Movie Veteran Ron Pinkard lands serious role on Mayor's Film Commission," Rocky Mountain News, January 4, 1998.
  419. Alan Dumas, "Independent's Day After Finding Success Abroad: Denver Filmmakers Set Their Sights on Sundance," Rock Mountain News, December 14, 1997
  420. Elizabeth Yarnell, "'Tiger Street' On Location in Denver," The Marketing Journal, September 1997
  421. Alan Dumas, "Bringin' Home `Bacon Head': Denver Film Company to Make its Feature Debut This Week," Rocky Mountain News, July 14, 1997
  422. "Locally produced movie falters," Denver Business Journal, May 6, 1997
  423. Frazier Moore, "Weber Takes a 'Shining' to King Classic," The Standard Times, April 26, 1997
  424. T.R. Witcher, "What Hit Us?: Long Before "Asteroid," Moviemakers Made Their Mark on Colorado," Westword, February 20, 1997
  425. Dusty Saunders, "Asteroid! Shower of Special Effects Drives TV Movie Shot in Denver," Rocky Mountain News, February 13, 1997
  426. Brad Smith, "Warren Miller 3-D film taking a Cinema Ride," Denver Business Journal, January 31, 1997
  427. T.R. Witcher, "The Shooting Never Stopped," Westword, June 20, 1996
  428. David McGrath, "Colorado Wants to be the `Hollywood of the Rockies;' So Far the Reviews are Good," Colorado Biz, May 1, 1995
  429. Brent Israelsen, "City Slickers Should Leave Wilderness Rough," High Country News, August 8, 1994

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