s The stars will be out in Fort Collins, Colorado this weekend at the TriMedia Film Festival. Find out who, when and where you can rub shoulders with these industry people by reading this preview of the event.
Another free give away on HeidiTown? You’re probably thinking, “It’s too good to be true.” And yet it is true. This is your lucky week! Today’s free give away is a FREE movie ticket at The Lyric Cinema CafÃ© at 300 E. Mountain Ave. in Fort Collins, Colorado. You can use the ticket to see a show today, or save it for another time. To win,
Lyric Cinema Cafe is hosting the first Annual Local Food Festival, by featuring three food-related documentaries and presenting a farmers market featuring delicious, healthy, locally grown foods. The Farmer’s Market runs Wednesday, August 26, from 3:30 to 7:30 p.m. “Food Inc.” is the main feature. This American-made documentary sheds light on large-scale agricultural food production in the United States. You will never look at food the same way again. “Pressure
Northern Colorado’s only independent theater, Lyric Cinema Cafe is now serving LaMar’s Donuts. Lyric Cinema Cafe is located at 300 E. Mountain in Fort Collins, Colorado. The Cafe is open Monday – Friday, 8 a.m. to 11 p.m., Saturday, 10 a.m. to 11 p.m. and Sundays 12 p.m. to 11 p.m. In addition to delicious donuts the cafe serves up coffee, beer, wine and tapas-style snacks including an artisan
Well if you live in Northern Colorado, get your butt over to Lyric Cinema Cafe located at 300 E. Mountain Avenue in Fort Collins. Lyric has a great line up this week, that includes the Academy Award winner for Best Picture “Slumdog Millionaire.” They are also featuring “Milk,” the film that scored Sean Penn a Best Actor Oscar, and all the Oscar nominated short films. For more information
WHAT I’M WATCHING ON DVD: “The Foot Fist Way” produced by Will Ferrell and starring Danny McBride. Read my review of this low-budget, martial arts flick HERE.
WHAT I’M WATCHING ON DVD: It is nice to watch an really good movie I’ve never heard of before. This was one of those movies. Read my review HERE.
WHAT I’M WATCHING ON DVD: “2 Days in Paris” Read my review HERE.
By Heidi Kerr-Schlaefer to the Berthoud Weekly Surveyor Originally published in June 25, 2008 I have long loved the concept of an independent movie theater; a place featuring movies with subtitles, shorts and other unique, unconventional films. As a fanatical French student in high school, I often visited an independent theater called The Lincoln to watch French films. This theater introduced me not only to French film,