Citizen Kane will screen in 35-millimeter print on the big screen at the Sie Film Center tomorrow in conjunction with a discussion of Cinematic States: Stories We Tell, the American Dreamlife, and How to Understand Everything, a book by Northern Irish author and film critic Gareth Higgins, who explo ... More >>
Yesterday, we shared our picks for the ten best movies filmed in Colorado. Today, we have a twist -- a top-ten countdown of movies set at least partly in Colorado, but not filmed here. At all. We're using the word "memorable" instead of "best" for a reason: While some of these flicks are great, oth ... More >>
See this fucking movie, dude.The Dude abides. By definition, in fact: perhaps more than any other film in recent history, the Coen Brothers' magnum opus The Big Lebowski has proven its longevity -- if the number of academic papers written about it can be seen as a barometer of its importance, ... More >>
If you like music -- especially the music of John Common -- and have an interest in making film, there's a project you should know about. In the wake of his successful Common Box Project, a collaborative project that asked visual artists to create a piece of assemblage box art inspired by the ... More >>
I'm Not There and the changing face of Bob Dylan on film.
Charles Burnett’s revered, rarely seen South Central-set film finally gets its theatrical due.
Showbiz noir investigates TV Superman's real-life tragedy.
In 2005, longhairs got more progressive than ever.
International Film Series, University of Colorado at Boulder
Alfred Hitchcock's Rebecca
Tycoon: A New Russian takes a power trip.
When it comes to rock and revolution, John Wilkes Booze is loaded.
How Steven Soderbergh kept the Terry Southern tale from turning tragic
Terry Gilliam sets out to film Don Quixote but becomes him instead.
VHS or Beta inspires communal dance ecstasy and has a good beat. But don't call it disco.
The Private Press (MCA)
Spielberg's latest gets good grades until the end.
Bogdanovich works out his demons on Citizen Hearst.
Film on the Rocks
Seeking closure, Robert Wise finally finishes Star Trek: The Motion Picture -- 22 years later
Do yourself a favor and stay home during this Road Trip.
The Very Reverend Dr. D. Wayne Love of A3 preaches the American gospel in a rather foreign tongue.
One of the best albums of the Seventies is more timely than ever.