Cinema Day Celebration 2013

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Cinema Day Celebration 2013

Celebrate Colorado’s media industry and mingle with fellow preservationists!

FRIDAY, FEBRAURY 8, 2013 – 5:00 – 8:00pm

History Colorado Center
1200 Broadway
Mountain View Event Room


5:00 – 6:00 pm

  • Tour the History Colorado exhibits after hours

6:30 pm

  • Director, Colorado Office of Film, Television & Media – Donald Zuckerman
  • VP of Preservation Programs, History Colorado – Steve Turner
  • Academy Award Winner – Daniel Junge

Announcement of the CINEMA Student Film Competition

  • Partnering with History Colorado to create the future and honor the past
  • Republic Tequila Tasting
  • Hosted beer and Cima Collina wine & light refreshments
  • Live music by Left Hand Stranger

For More Information

To buy tickets visit

For more information call 303-877-4018

Discounted Ticket Price for Saving Places Conference Registrants $20
(Select Saving Places Registrant for discounted price)

Proceeds go to support CINEMA

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