Screen

Reading cinema

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They always say write the book that you want to read,” Brad Weismann says. “I was looking for a reference book...

Recapturing the momentum

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The Boulder Environment / Nature / Outdoors Film Festival (Boulder ENOFF) returns to the Dairy Arts Center July 15-18 for an...

The totality of me

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Call Marlon Riggs whatever you want. He describes himself as an “independent documentary producer,” but if you want to call him...

Welcome back

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The Boulder International Film Festival is a local cinematic staple. And in 2020, BIFF was one of the last in-person events held...

La dolce vita

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There’s an old story (probably embellished, possibly apocryphal) from Blackboard Jungle’s opening weekend. Not many people remember that 1955 teen drama starring...

A place for us

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For centuries, New York City has welcomed immigrants from every nation, matching each wave of newcomers with an enclave of their...

The children of Marx and Coca-Cola

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It was the 1960s, and revolution was in the air. For French filmmaker Jean-Luc Godard, cinema was the way to express...

At the movies

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A man goes to the movies. The critic must be honest enough to admit he is that man. —Robert Warshow

Here’s mud in your eye

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He’s just so damn handsome. Smooth skin, full head of shiny black hair, snappy dinner clothes, thin as a rail —...

So you want to bring peace to the Middle East?

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Middle East peace is always a very attractive proposition,” Gamal Helal says. “It’s a very sexy topic. I cannot think of...

Let’s movie

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For more than a decade, cinema’s faithful have flocked to the promised land every spring for the TCM Classic Film Festival: One...

Deadpan double feature

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Sometimes a coincidence is too good to ignore, and this weekend we’ve got two new movies, alike in style and substance,...