Technicolor us impressed. In its 14th year, the Phoenix Film Festival brought to Harkins Scottsdale 101 nearly 200 films from emerging and established filmmakers. Over the course of a week, world-class (and critically acclaimed) flicks including Gillian Robespierre's abortion rom-com Obvious Child, Clark Gregg's Trust Me, and Steven Knight's Tom Hardy vehicle, Locke. Perhaps more impressive were this year's selections of local films. Both documentarian Randy Murray's The Joe Show, an upsetting exploration of Sheriff Joe Arpaio's media savvy, and Kiernan Thompson's comedy Broken Leg sold out screenings. Great movies, butts in seats, and the chance to talk with filmmakers about their vision . . . What more could Valley cinephiles ask for?