DocuWest

International

Film

Festival

“We Have Issues”

September 10-15, 2014

The Festival

DocuWest looks to explore the world through through the lens of documentary filmmakers from around the globe. We embrace the idea that cinematic truth, revealed in a non-narrative manner, can allow the filmmakers to present stories about, and insights into, politics, society, history, and culture either surreptitiously or purposely. With the ability to more easily capture subjects and events through less expensive forms of production, documentary filmmaking has become an art form whereby many diverse voices of people from around the planet can be heard.

Our Mission

DocuWest’s mission is to present our audiences with stories that are not only astonishing and jarring, but awe-inspiring and thought-provoking. These stories enable dialogue and discourse to take place over the people, events, and subjects presented in each film. DocuWest is located in the film-loving city of Denver, Colorado. Screenings take place in the beautiful Sie FilmCenter in the Capital Hill area of Denver. We are proud to be branded and co-produced with the Denver Film Society. This partnership enables DocuWest to continue bringing audiences non-narrative films that empower us to take a look at ourselves and the world we live in.

2014 DocuWest Film Schedule

DocuWest presents engaging, thought-provoking, and interesting stories about people and events from around the world.

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The 2014 DocuWest Films

DocuWest is proud to present 55 film selections this year. Selected documentaries—most of which are premiering in Colorado for the first time—include 2014 film festival favorites and award-winning films.
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The Best Way to Fest is With a Pass

Note: The Festival Pass is valid for all regular screenings. Opening Night, Closing Night, Centerpiece and KORENGAL screening must be purchased separately

DocuWest 2014 Festival Pass

Location: Sie FilmCenter at 2510 E Colfax Ave, Denver, CO 80206

SIE FilmCenter
The Sie FilmCenter presents a weekly-changing calendar of domestic and foreign first-run exclusives and arthouse revival films. Over the course of the year, over 600 narrative and documentary films are shown in their original language and format, without any onscreen advertising.

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