Bromberg joins Shepard as the young but impressive fest's lifetime achievement honorees and the two rose to the occasion at an afternoon presentation.
The well-attended fest opened Friday with a sold-out screening of William A. Wellman's "Wings," and closes with a 7 p.m. screening of G.W. Pabst provocative 1929 classic, "Pandora's Box," starring Louise Brooks as a young woman who pushes the boundaries of society sexually with fascinating and dire consequences (7 p.m. King Center on the Auraria Campus. For more info go to denversilentfilmfest.org)
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