Jon Caldara talks Colorado independent cinema

Jon Caldara of the Independence Institute is best known for being a free-market, gun loving, anti-union, libertarian pundit, and mover and shaker in Colorado conservative politics.

His PBS show The Devil’s Advocate often features journalists, including our own Susan Greene, talking about pressing political issues.

Last week, his show took a surprising turn when he tackled the state of independent film in Colorado and invited Pablo Kjolseth, the director of the International Film Series Director at CU-Boulder, and Glenn Webb, the cinema manager at the Dairy Arts Center in Boulder, to talk about art house cinema.

Here’s what happened:

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Photo credit: The Devil’s Advocate

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