Paul Farnsworth

David Bukovinsky and his children, Connor, 6, and Megan, 4, enjoy a Sensory Friendly Film screening of "Despicable Me," at AMC Westminster Promenade 24, in Westminster, CO, , on July 17, 2010. Once a month AMC and the Autism Society of Colorado host a screening of a first-run film for children with autism and other special needs. Connor has autism. The showing gives families an opportunity to go to the theatre without concern of behavior issues that might keep them away otherwise. (Craig F. Walker / The Denver Post)  (Photo By Craig F. Walker/The Denver Post via Getty Images)

Wildwood Theater Offers Noise, Light Sensitive Experience

“Sensory friendly” films turn the lights up, the volume down, and if necessary, even tailor the film to accommodate its guests.

06/19/2015

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Charlie Brennan – Monday, September 30th – Dr. Nathan Moore and Elizabeth Askin on Health Care Reform; Col. Jeff McCausland on Syria; Paul Farnsworth on “Capt. Phillips”; and Natalie Blakemore on UnlimitedPlay.org

Charlie talks with Dr. Nathan Moore and Elizabeth Askin about “The Health Care Handbook”; with Col. Jeff McCausland about Syria and Chemical Weapons; with B&B Wildwood 10 Theatre GM Paul Farnsworth about Free Tickets to “Captain Phillips”; and with Natalie Blakemore about Unlimited Playground.

09/30/2013