"The intimate theater setting creates a unique experience for the audience. While viewing the silent classic short films, something unexpected occurs: Gravey chimes in with his live acoustic accompaniment playing his electric ukulele scores to the films.
"David B. Weaver (a.k.a. "Davey B. Gravey") is an auteur working in the retro medium of Super 8 film, exhibiting his celluloid creation, Moonglow, at his very own Tiny Cinema." - Gregory Daurer
"One of the sweetest homegrown creations to emerge in the Colorado film community in recent years is Davey B. Gravey’s Tiny Cinema: a mobile, four-seat screening room for short, silent Super 8mm films, complete with live musical accompaniment by charming huckster Gravey himself..." - Keith Garcia
"KUSA - In the age of silent films, live music was a necessary component to help bring films to life. It's this same concept Denver-based musician Davey B. Gravey is trying to revive with a cinema on wheels..." - Raquel Villanueva and Mallory Davis
"Unlike the UMS’s sundry other performers, Davey B. Gravey brought his own stage.
Davey B. Gravey’s Tiny Cinema seats four, in a trailer he’s parked off in the side lot at the main stage. What it lacks in size it makes up for with whimsical charm..." -Dylan Owens
"David B. Weaver thinks small. His project-in-a-trailer, Davey B. Gravey's Tiny Cinema, seats four at a time for 8mm screenings and rolls to wherever the action is — from the Boulder Outdoor Cinema to the Starz Denver Film Festival — to entertain guests with silent films and live ukulele accompaniment ..."
"This week’s episode is an interview with David B. Weaver, the mind behind Davey B. Gravey’s Tiny Cinema. What is the Tiny Cinema? You are going to have to listen and, trust me, you want to." - Zach Woolf
"A little trailer with little seats and a little screen sat along Ninth Street next to the old Hall Theatre on Saturday.
Every few minutes, a little door swung open and a big voice boomed out.
“Step right up to the Tiny Cinema!” barked Dr. Davey B. Gravey, sounding like a carnival sideshow performer ..." - Jack Whitthaus
"One of the sweetest surprises to pop out of last November’s Starz Denver Film Festival was Davey B. Gravey’s Tiny Cinema, a repurposed cargo trailer that would innocently hide outside of festival events, enticing film lovers to enter its quaint and cozy confines. Inside the space you’d find four theater seats, red curtains masking a small screen, and an 8mm projection setup powered by Gravey himself ..." - Keith Garcia
"Davey B. Gravey's Tiny Cinema is everything the size-obsessed movie industry is not. The screen is small. The theater fits no more than four. The longest film lasts seven minutes. Instead of projecting the latest digital files, Gravey shows movies with an old Super 8 mm, home projector. Forgoing booming speakers, he plays the soundtrack on an acoustic-electric ukulele and a touch-pad synthesizer ..." - Kyle Harris