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Politics on screen

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We’re less than 60 days away from another Election Day — and just three short weeks until Boulder Weekly’s annual Vote...

Home viewing: Martin Scorsese’s World Cinema Project No. 3

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In 1990, Martin Scorsese brought together a band of cinema enthusiasts to protect motion picture history by creating The Film Foundation...

You can’t always get what you want

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Tenet opens not with a bang, but with an explosion. Chaos coordinated with cinematic clarity courtesy Christopher Nolan. The setting is...

Home viewing: ‘Zero Motivation’ and ‘Losing Ground’

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On Tuesday, Sept. 15, TCM’s 14-week series, Women Make Film, continues with a line-up of seven films and a thematic focus...

Home viewing: Beau travail

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Released at the tail end of the last century, Beau travail was filmmaker Claire Denis’ fifth film: the one that launched...

A foggy reflection

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In 1998, Walt Disney Feature Animation released its 36th film, its first and only retelling of a Chinese legend: Mulan, the...

Great expectations

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In 1850, Charles Dickens published his eighth novel, an autobiography of sorts, and his proclaimed favorite: The Personal History, Adventures, Experience...

Home viewing: Women Make Film

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Running 14 hours and featuring the work of 183 directors, 700 clips and seven narrators, Women Make Film: A New Road...

Everybody wants to rule the world

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For Nikola Tesla, it all started with a cat. Specifically, a black cat named Macak, a feline friend from Tesla’s boyhood....

Home viewing: Cheryl Dunye

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Sometimes you have to create your own history. —Cheryl Dunye She calls them “Dunyementaries”: Cinematic blends of fiction...

In order to form a more perfect union

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A plane has two wings,” a high school junior representing the Federalist Party says to a room full of teens. “A...

See you at the movies?

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It’s Tuesday at 3 p.m. outside the Century Theater in Boulder’s Twenty Ninth Street Mall, and it’s quiet. Too quiet.