Chow Down, Boulder's first food film festival, gets under way tonight. Hosted by the International Film Series and the Boulder Public Library, the event will bring together a slew of passionate Boulder foodies and local businesses over three days of programs that include seven films about food, fami ... More >>
While the weather is still deciding if it's ready for fall, it is clear that we humans are set, as activities move inside and we prepare to brave the colder tempuratures. In accordance with this acclimation, we've found some great, free gatherings -- like movies all about the secret powers of garlic ... More >>
Since the beginning of time -- or at least the beginning of cinema -- there have been chick flicks: three-hanky tear-jerkers and, conversely, romantic comedies. In honor of the Sie FilmCenter's new Hey Girl chick-flick series, debuting April 24 with Dirty Dancing -- which might just be the greatest ... More >>
Joel Haertling is one of Boulder's more unusual fixtures: a globetrotting advocate for experimental film and music, over the years he's worked with Stan Brakhage and toyed with noise as Architects Office, all while curating the Boulder Public Library's free film series. See also: - Architect's Off ... More >>
The Boulder Public Library
Boulder Theater, Boulder Public Library, St. Julien Hotel
The Boulder International Film Festival unwinds.
Get behind the scenes in the Nevada desert.
Sid Pink delivers a riot.
Bring out your best sneaks for the Bannock Street block party.
Dead of Night
Parodies and Satires of Cinema
Math and art combine forces in the Art + Math = X show.
Meet Marlon Brando
Will everyone in Boulder please get on the same page?
Edge of the Envelope eyeballs pols
Cat in the Who?
Toby and the Big Top comes alive
Brief sketches of what's happening in the Denver art scene.
Highlighting the week's greatest gratis event.
Life in the penis gallery, and other mixed nuts in Boulder.
Boulder Film Alliance "Best of" Series