We still have our art-film theaters, but repertory was long ago bulldozed by technology. Unless you know where to look, and a good place to start would be at the Boulder Public Library, of all places, where film curator Joel Haertling mines the canon for diamonds, season after season, and the admission is free. Im especially enamored at the moment with the Monday-night New American Cinema 1967-1974 series hes included in his fall schedule, for which hes unearthed such long-buried cultures studies as Paul Mazurskys Blume In Love, Hal Ashbys delightful cult flick Harold and Maude, Watermelon Man by Melvin Van Peebles (a black comedy on more than one level) and more. All screenings begin at 7 p.m. in the BPLs Canyon Theater, 1000 Canyon Boulevard, Boulder; get a complete schedule at http://boulderlibrary.org/events/films.html or call 303-441-3197.
Sept. 10-Nov. 19, 2009