DENVER POST: “…an oft-sublime meditation on loss, renewal, and risk.”

Uncategorized on July 15th, 2010 3 Comments
Denver Post

Denver Post
CinemaQ, DocuWest make for a reel pairing
By Lisa Kennedy, Denver Post Film Critic

6/25/2010

This weekend, niche film events continue to prove their mettle and broad appeal as the DocuWest Film Festival and the second annual CinemaQ Film Festival get to the marrow of their programs.
Both festivals have strong slates. Here are some films of note.

“A Life Ascending”: “It’s not a matter of if, it’s a matter of when,” says mountaineering guide Ruedi Beglinger about avalanches. And Stephen Grynberg’s film balances the glory of Canada’s wilderness with the dread of “when?” “A Life Ascending” is an oft-sublime meditation on loss, renewal, and risk. (At 5 p.m. Saturday, Grynberg will appear at Foothills Art Center.)

3 Responses to “DENVER POST: “…an oft-sublime meditation on loss, renewal, and risk.””

  1. matt says:

    congrats! can’t wait to see it on the big screen!

  2. 2009 k2 skis says:

    First point , A big thanks to you to open my eyes….

  3. What a fantastic resource!…

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