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Thursday, February 13,2014

BIFF: I Am Divine

Documentary examines life of a drag queen

By David Accomazzo
The filmmaker John Waters and his muse, the larger-than-life drag queen Divine, are responsible for some of the most bizarre and shocking films of the ’70s. This is Divine´s story.
Thursday, February 13,2014

The tin shine of BIFF

Film festival celebrates 10th anniversary with a killer lineup of movies, music and more

By David Accomazzo
The 10th festival, taking place Thursday, Feb. 13 through Sunday, Feb. 16, includes almost 60 films, 12 musical acts, dozens of directors and other special guests, six films nominated for Academy Awards, and four films coming directly to BIFF from Sundance.
Thursday, February 6,2014

This year’s Oscar-nominated shorts are sublime

Will show as part of International Film Series

By Ryan Syrek
Just as the short story trembles in the footprint of the novel, the short film plays David to feature length film Goliaths. But with the help of shiny, naked bald men, these wee bits of cinematic splendor step from the shadows and sling their short shots.
Thursday, February 6,2014

Watch This: 'Master of the Flying Guillotine'

By Nadia Mishkin
This screening of Master of the Flying Guillotine at the International Film Series will be on rare, original 35 mm film, made possible by a private collector who rescued the prints.
Thursday, January 30,2014

Alexander Payne's sweet stakes

Nebraska is a ‘feel nice’ trip

By Ryan Syrek
Nebraska is Payne’s fourth consecutive “reflections on an average white male life while on the road” film. When Woody (Bruce Dern), a crotchety wisp of an elderly man, gets a magazine sweepstakes letter telling him he “won” a million dollars, his increasingly addled mind becomes obsessed with it.
Thursday, January 30,2014

International Film Series prepares a program of kung fu and musicals

Musicals, hormones and more abound at International Film Series

By Nadia Mishkin
All films will be shown in the Muenzinger Auditorium on the CU campus except for films shown in partnership with Alamo Drafthouse Cinema, which will be shown on Thursdays in the Visual Arts Complex basement auditorium, also on campus.
Thursday, January 23,2014

Watch This

Bettie Page Reveals All

The Dairy Center is adding a little extra onto a documentary called Bettie Page Reveals All, Thursday, Jan. 23, Friday, Jan. 24. and Saturday, Jan. 25. In conjunction with the screenings, the Dairy Center is featuring a small exhibition of pinup photography in its galleries.
Thursday, January 16,2014

Bright Phoenix

Her looks at automating the frequency of the human heart

By Ryan Syrek
The most laughable part of Her isn’t the complex, sophisticated romantic relationship between a man and his software operating system; it’s the high-waisted, Clint Eastwood-esque pants everybody wears.
Thursday, January 9,2014

Saving Mr. Banks is a bankrupt effort

Story of making Mary Poppins nearly a horror movie for artists

By Ryan Syrek
Director John Lee Hancock isn’t Joseph Goebbels or Leni Riefenstahl by any stretch, but Saving Mr. Banks is as close to corporate propaganda as can be legally released in theaters.
Thursday, January 2,2014

Almost a film

'Almost in Love' is a long cinema experiment

By David Accomazzo
Director Sam Neave tells the tale of a doomed love triangle through two 40-minute-long shots, the first at a barbecue hosted by Sasha (Alex Karpovsky) and the second at his wedding party.
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