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Mother's Day Brunch with Mommie Dearest Featuring Mommie Dearest star Rutanya Alda (“Carol Ann”) Live, In-Person! Hosted by Walter Chaw

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12:00 pm - 4:30 pm
Sie Film Center, 2510 E. Colfax, 80206

Meet film and stage actress, Rutanya Alda, who played the long suffering maid, Carol Ann, to Faye Dunaway’s Joan Crawford in the camp, cult classic Mommie Dearest. Our friends at Whole Foods Market will be serving up Mom’s Day realness with a brunch fit for Hollywood royalty. And Ms. Alda will be dishing up stories from her upcoming book, Mommie Dearest Diary, about playing opposite Faye Dunaway in the film that Faye won’t talk about. Host Walter Chaw will guide after-film discussion and Ms. Alda will meet her fans in the theatre lobby after the film.

Film Series- Rutanya Alda Tribute-The Deer Hunter, 1978

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6:00 pm - 9:00 pm
B2 Conference Room

Directed by Michael Cimono. Starring Robert De Niro, Christopher Walken, Meryl Streep, Rutanya Alda. “The Deer Hunter is said to be about many subjects: About male bonding, about mindless patriotism, about the dehumanizing effects of war, about Nixon's "silent majority." It is about any of those things that you choose, if you choose, but more than anything else, it is a heartbreakingly effective fictional machine that evokes the agony of the Vietnam time.” Roger Ebert,rogerebert.com 182 minutes. Rated R.
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Open Up Your Von Trapp and Sing With The Sound of Music

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6:30 pm - 9:30 pm
B2 Conference Room

Directed by Robert Wise. Starring Julie Andrews, Christopher Plummer. Do we care if you are pitch perfect? No. Will we fuss if you don’t know all the words? No. But we will have trouble naming all of our favorite things without your help, so join us for a unique opportunity to sing somewhere other than your shower. Central City Opera will be on hand to award some tickets to the summer production of The Sound of Music, too. Relive the classic film with music so memorable that, on one special night in Denver, we’ll all be cast members of this beloved classic.

Sing Out, Sister: Broadway Musicals Through a Hollywood Lens- Oklahoma! 1955

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6:30 pm - 9:00 pm
B2 Conference Room

Filmmakers have always turned to Broadway for inspiration and story ideas. And producing song and dance numbers for film is as old as sound recording on film itself – beginning with the movie The Jazz Singer in 1927. Fresh City Life takes a fresh look at four classic films – all stage hits interpreted by Hollywood for mass film audiences.

Sing Out, Sister: Broadway Musicals Through a Hollywood Lens- Seven Brides for Seven Brothers, 1954

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6:30 pm - 9:00 pm
B2 Conference Room

Filmmakers have always turned to Broadway for inspiration and story ideas. And producing song and dance numbers for film is as old as sound recording on film itself – beginning with the movie The Jazz Singer in 1927. Fresh City Life takes a fresh look at four classic films – all stage hits interpreted by Hollywood for mass film audiences.

Sing Out, Sister: Broadway Musicals Through a Hollywood Lens- Sweet Charity, 1969

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6:30 pm - 9:00 pm
B2 Conference Room

Filmmakers have always turned to Broadway for inspiration and story ideas. And producing song and dance numbers for film is as old as sound recording on film itself – beginning with the movie The Jazz Singer in 1927. Fresh City Life takes a fresh look at four classic films – all stage hits interpreted by Hollywood for mass film audiences.

Sing Out, Sister: Broadway Musicals Through a Hollywood Lens- The Unsinkable Molly Brown, 1964

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6:30 pm - 9:00 pm
B2 Conference Room

Filmmakers have always turned to Broadway for inspiration and story ideas. And producing song and dance numbers for film is as old as sound recording on film itself – beginning with the movie The Jazz Singer in 1927. Fresh City Life takes a fresh look at four classic films – all stage hits interpreted by Hollywood for mass film audiences.

Celluloid Shakespeare-Macbeth (1971)

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6:00 pm - 9:00 pm
B2 Conference Room

Fresh City Life is setting the stage for the Bard’s big birthday. This April will mark the 450th anniversary of the birth of William Shakespeare. We’re getting a jump on Bill’s big day and celebrating all this month with films (and other great events) that highlight the contributions of Shakespeare to literature, stage and, well, just being human. See four of the best screen adaptations of Shakespeare plays with our host, classically trained Shakespearean actor and writer, John McDonald.

Directed by Roman Polanski. Starring Jon Finch, Francesca Annis.

Celluloid Shakespeare-Much Ado About Nothing (1993)

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6:00 pm - 9:00 pm
B2 Conference Room

Fresh City Life is setting the stage for the Bard’s big birthday. This April will mark the 450th anniversary of the birth of William Shakespeare. We’re getting a jump on Bill’s big day and celebrating all this month with films (and other great events) that highlight the contributions of Shakespeare to literature, stage and, well, just being human. See four of the best screen adaptations of Shakespeare plays with our host, classically trained Shakespearean actor and writer, John McDonald.

Directed by Kenneth Branagh. Starring Kenneth Branagh, Emma Thompson, Keanu Reeves.

Celluloid Shakespeare-Romeo and Juliet (1968)

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6:00 pm - 9:00 pm
B2 Conference Room

Fresh City Life is setting the stage for the Bard’s big birthday. This April will mark the 450th anniversary of the birth of William Shakespeare. We’re getting a jump on Bill’s big day and celebrating all this month with films (and other great events) that highlight the contributions of Shakespeare to literature, stage and, well, just being human. See four of the best screen adaptations of Shakespeare plays with our host, classically trained Shakespearean actor and writer, John McDonald.

Directed by Franco Zeffirelli. Starring Leonard Whiting, Olivia Hussey.

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