Space might be the place, but earth is home, sweet, home. And for that reason, tonight's installment of Deer Pile's monthly space-nerd evening, Space in Your Face, will turn its telescope on the place where we live, approaching the planet from a dizzying variety of angles, both scientific and out-of ... More >>
Jason Bosch won a MasterMind for his work with ArgusFest, showing important movies for trivial prices. And tonight, ArgusFest will be screening two more segments of Oliver Stone's The Untold History of the United States.
And as Bosch notes, "You don't need to have seen the first parts to follow alo ... More >>
Jason Bosch won a MasterMind for his work with ArgusFest, showing important movies for trivial prices. Tonight, ArgusFest will be screening two segments of Oliver Stone's The Untold History of the United States.
And as Bosch notes, "You don't need to have seen the first two parts to follow along, s ... More >>
You can bank on Heist: Who Stole the American Dream? being different from other movies about the recent economic bust. The 75-minute film traces the crash of 2008 as far back as the '70s. "A lot of times you see documentaries and they're like, 'Here's this big problem, here's who's to blame,' and yo ... More >>
In years past, putting together a Best of Denver issue was like Sophie's Choice: In order to choose the favorite baby, all the rest of the babies had to die and then Meryl Streep killed herself. Now we have the vast internets and enough space to choose whatever we desire -- in your face, Nazi ... More >>
After last summer's three-month March to Fulfill the Dream, a journey from New Orleans to Detroit meant to bring about awareness of and empowerment to the nation's poorest people, ArgusFest activist/videographer Jason Bosch learned that the road home was much longer than anticipated. "When I ... More >>
ArgusFest and SAME Café: a match made in heaven. The first-ever opportune clash of these two local-activist titans, combining Jason Bosch's ongoing documentary film festival focusing on human rights, social and environmental issues with the sliding-scale, pay-what-you-can restaurant on Colfax Avenu ... More >>
This is stuff I couldn't possibly make up. Of the black comedy Fido, from director Andrew Currie, indie film production company Anagram Pictures says: "Timmy Robinson's best friend in the whole wide world is a six-foot tall rotting zombie named Fido. But when Fido eats the next-door neighbor, Mom ... More >>
Mark MangerCatherine O'Neill's Art from Ashes won last year's MasterMind for literary arts.
Across the metro area, artists and arts enthusiasts are working hard -- often unappreciated and uncompensated -- to change the cultural landscape. Catherine O'Neill's Art From Ashes uses poetry to elevate p ... More >>
Jason Bosch, sole dynamo behind the weekly ArgusFest human-rights film series, originally planned to screen the Errol Morris documentary Standard Operating Procedure, a stark look at the Abu Ghraib prison scandal, tonight at the Mercury Cafe. But he changed his mind when he decided t ... More >>