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Thursday, March 6,2014

Dumb wolf in smart sheep’s clothes

‘The Wolf of Wall Street’ is all excess and sex%u2028

By Ryan Syrek
Does the film’s dramatization of realworld douchehammer Jordan Belfort’s drug-fueled depravity lend tacit approval, implicitly embracing harmful excess for entertainment?
Thursday, March 6,2014

Reel to Reel | Week of March 6

Movies playing in the Boulder area the week of March 6.
Thursday, March 6,2014

Ai Weiwei: Never Sorry

Tuesday. March 11 at Muenzinger Auditorium

Alison Klayman’s documentary on Chinese dissident artist Ai Weiwei started out as profile of an exhibition of the artist before becoming a fascinating look at his political leanings and an examination of the perilous process of making art under the eye of a tyrannical government.
Thursday, March 6,2014

Elephant Poaching & Ivory Smashing: A Colorado Cause

Wednesday. March 12, University of Colorado Museum of Natural History

By Danielle Meltz
After banning international ivory trade in 1989, the U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service’s National Repository recently took a stand against the demand for ivory and put six tons of ivory through a rock crusher at the Rocky Mountain Arsenal in Denver late last year.
Thursday, February 27,2014

Kevin Costner hates you

‘3 Days to Kill’ is punishment

By Ryan Syrek
The “character” in question here is Ethan Renner (Costner), a stunningly lethargic and nondescript CIA badass who finds out he has brain cancer. With only weeks to live, Ethan tries to reconnect with his estranged wife (Connie Nielsen) and daughter (Hailee Steinfeld).
Thursday, February 27,2014

reel to reel

Movies playing the Boulder area this week

In 2009 Alex Gibney was hired to make a film about Lance Armstrong’s comeback to cycling. The project was shelved when the doping scandal erupted, and re-opened after Armstrong’s confession. As sportswriter Dan Coyle says in the film, “It’s not a story about doping, it’s a story about power.
Thursday, February 20,2014

Droning on

‘Robocop’ is repetitive

By Ryan Syrek
For one moment, the completely unnecessary remake of Robocop suggested the possibility of non-suckage when a host of cable news propaganda, frothily and non-ironically suggests using the same drone-based military action we use abroad to curb violence at home. Suddenly, this Robocop appeared to have a purpose.
Thursday, February 13,2014

Liveaction Oscar shorts a big deal

Showing as part of the International Film Series

By Ryan Syrek
This group is easily the collective best in the last decade, with three films that would have been stand-out front runners any other year. That sucks for them, but it’s great news for audiences treated to tight filmmaking at its finest.
Thursday, February 13,2014

Oscar-nominated shorts

The International Film Series will be screening the Oscar-nominated documentary shorts this weekend. The showcase is a rare chance to see the films locally prior to the Academy Awards ceremony.
Thursday, February 13,2014

BIFF: Just give him a camera

How ‘Mistaken For Strangers’ transformed Tom Berninger from a basement dweller into a documentary filmmaker

By Nadia Mishkin
With a small camera hanging from a lanyard around his neck, Tom Berninger tagged along on tour with his brotherīs band, The National, planning to make a rock documentary. The result is Mistaken for Strangers, named after the group’s 2007 single. Michael Moore calls it “one of the best music documentaries I have ever seen.”
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