<![CDATA[Boulder - Weekly - Reel To Reel]]> <![CDATA[Reel to reel | Week of May 30, 2013]]> Love Is All You Need: Things are a bit backwards in this film, which follows the struggles of a man and woman who fall in love in a world where homosexuality is the norm.]]> <![CDATA[film]]> At first this film seems to be a comedy about a red-haired man trying to find love, but through revealing moments, whimsical animation and real interviews, a universal story arises.]]> <![CDATA[Reel to reel | Week of April 4, 2013]]> THE SUITOR: Under family pressure, astronomy geek Etaix decides to find a fiancée, but is first perpetually sidetracked. Part of The Films of Pierre Etaix series at Muenzinger Auditorium. — International Film Series]]> <![CDATA[Reel to reel | Week of September 20, 2012]]> <![CDATA[Reel to reel | Week of May 2, 2013]]> My Brother the Devil stars James Floyd as Rashid, a young man from a traditional Arab family who runs with a gang that rules the streets of Hackney, one of London’s most ethnically-mixed and historically volatile neighborhoods. At Chez Artiste. –– Landmark Theatres]]> <![CDATA[reel to reel | Week of Jan. 26, 2012]]> <![CDATA[Reel to reel | Week of March 7, 2013]]> THE SUICIDE SHOP: Master filmmaker Leconte makes a departure from his previous work with this animated 3D musical about a family business offering certain special “end-of-life” services. At Boedecker. — Boedecker Theater]]> <![CDATA[film]]> CYBER-SENIORS Proving you’re never too old to learn something new, Cyber-Seniors follows a group of initially reluctant seniors as they discover the wonders of the world-wide-web with the help of their teenage mentors.]]> <![CDATA[film]]> Now in her late 80s, Broadway legend Elaine Stritch remains as ferociously funny as ever. In this bold, hilarious and poignant portrait, the uncompromising Tony and Emmy Award-winner is revealed both on and off stage. Candid reflections about her life are punctuated with words from friends (including James Gandolfini, Tina Fey, John Turturro, Hal Prince, George C. Wolfe, Nathan Lane and Cherry Jones) and archival footage that showcases some of the great moments from her career.]]> <![CDATA[Fight]]> Climate change has been rippling through our world for the past few decades. Colorado is suffering from summer-like temperatures in winter to a severe fire season that’s destroying its forests. Firefighters are on the front line of this problem seeing the lasting damages and devastation.]]> <![CDATA[Reel to Reel | Week of June 27, 2013]]> I Do: Presented in partnership with Bent Lens Cinema. A gay Brit is deprived of his immigration status. He marries his lesbian best friend to remain in the country, but things get complicated when he meets the love of his life. At Boedecker. — Boedecker Theater]]> <![CDATA[Grapes and seeds]]> The inaugural A Taste of Art: Boulder’s Art and Food Festival at The Dairy Center for the Arts includes several interesting documentaries. Here are BW’s picks for the tastiest viewing. A wine tasting from Hazel’s Wine Bar will follow the screening of A Year in Burgundy on June 13th and a Q&A with the director of Open Sesame will follow the screening on June 12th. Tickets and more information at thedairy.org.]]> <![CDATA[L'enfant du cinema]]> ]]> <![CDATA[To God, there is no zero]]> They called them “B-Movies,” genre films (westerns, noir, horror, sci-fi, etc.) made on shoestring budgets with leads played by actors, not stars, and directors who were journeymen, not auteurs. The 1950s were their heyday and they played great on a rainy Saturday afternoon.]]> <![CDATA[A portrait of the president as a young man]]> The story of the Great Emancipator began on February 12, 1809 when Abraham Lincoln was born to Thomas and Nancy Hanks in a one-room log cabin in Kentucky. A few years later, the Lincolns left Kentucky, crossed the Ohio River to non-slave territory in Indiana and set up a farm.]]> <![CDATA[Films]]> The folks at the Boulder International Film Festival have set their dates for February 2015. The BIFF is Boulder’s largest celebration of cinematic arts and has brought incredible local and international productions, as well as celebrity support from big names among the likes of James Franco and Alec Baldwin.]]> <![CDATA[reel to reel | Week of Feb 23, 2012]]> <![CDATA[reel to reel | Week of June 23, 2011]]> Having played sweet, good girls for too long, Cameron Diaz gets in touch with her bad self as the world's worst schoolteacher, an alcoholic, drug-using party animal who tries to seduce a wealthy new substitute (Justin Timberlake). Rated R. At Flatiron, Century, Colony Square and Twin Peaks.]]> <![CDATA[Children of the night]]> Instead, their bodies are pushed into a ravine in the middle of town, one that is starting crowded. It’s business as usual in Bad City. or not Arash (Arash Marandi) The or what she is capable of — doesn’t really matter. He is attracted to her. Attracted in that distant, cool, blue jean, James Dean, let’s-just-listen-to-the-music, kind of way.]]> <![CDATA[A tale of two masters]]> Born in St. Louis, Mo., “a trumpet player’s town,” on December 14, 1920, Terry fashioned his first trumpet from scraps found at the local junkyard. But from those humble beginnings he went on to play with Count Basie, Duke Ellington, Thelonious Monk and so on.]]>