Tag: film

Life’s but a walking shadow

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Of all Shakespeare’s plays, few hold fascination with artists and audiences quite like The Tragedie of Macbeth. Romeo and Juliet has the romance and...

Passing the baton

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Now in its sixth year, the Boulder Environmental / Nature / Outdoors Film Festival (Boulder ENOFF) has become a summer staple. Screening July 11-14 at...

Bloodsuckers welcome

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After the grim spectacle of last week’s presidential debate, we could all use an escape. If the real world isn’t weird enough for you,...

Shot of love

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You wouldn’t see Gary Johnson coming a mile away. He looks a lot like a classic dweeb with those glasses and terrible haircut —...

Death becomes her

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The specter of death hangs over everyone and everything. In the movie Tuesday by writer-director Daina Oniunas-Pusić, that specter takes the form of a...

The man who made the myths

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When Orson Welles was asked what filmmakers he admired, he responded, “I prefer the old masters, by which I mean John Ford, John Ford...

Fasten your seatbelts

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Nothing screams summer quite like a road trip. The pull of the open road, the freedom to choose this path or that, the small...

Front Range strange 

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Like most nonprofit workers, you’ll find Shay Wescott wearing many hats on a given day. Her main job is overseeing fundraising efforts for the...

OK boomer

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Few cinematic forms benefitted from the advent of digital technology like the documentary. And not just in cost and access to equipment but in...

Cruel world

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The place is filled with glowing neon lights, loud noises and whirling games. Families play and celebrate birthday parties, but down the center aisle...

Career killer

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Something must have been in the water in 1960. All around the world, filmmakers, either at the beginning, middle or the end of their...

Let’s get physical

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It’s been nearly two decades since Jessica Rothe called the Front Range home, but the prolific screen actor says she’ll always be “a homegrown...