If you didn’t see enough of Natalie Portman in Wes Anderson’s short film Hotel Chevalier, then catch the sneak preview of her in Mr. Magorium’s Wonder Emporium on Saturday, November 10 at the 30th Starz Denver Film Festival. This family-focused “Saturday-at-the-Movies” will take place at the Ellie Caulkins Opera House in Devner, CO and will include kaleidoscopes, jump ropes and members of the Denver Nuggets and the Colorado Mammoth sports teams. In addition to, and more importantly than, the screening of the new film by Zach Helm, scribe of Stranger Than Fiction, the event will also include a toy drive for the ages. Over the course of the week, the festival will look to break the world record for largest toy drive by attempting to accumulate more than 12,000 pounds of toys to be donated through charitable organization, Toys For Tots. Help them reach this goal by bringing a toy for donation to the November 10th, and they will help you see the movie by rewarding you with two free passes to the screening. You can also bring your toys for donation to the Starz FilmCenter or The Children’s Museum from November 6 – 9 to redeem your free passes. For more information on this and other festival screenings, as well as the historic toy drive, visit www.denverfilm.org.