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Chautauqua Film Series Chautauqua Auditorium June to August 900 Baseline Road, Boulder

The Colorado Chautauqua Association’s 30th annual Silent Film Series takes place in the Chautauqua Auditorium over the summer months. The historic Auditorium, which was built in 1898 and still maintains it original rustic, “barnlike” architecture, is an iconic setting to celebrate the origins of big picture movies, since its atmosphere evokes the feeling of being transported back in time. This year’s annual Chautauqua Silent Film series begins and ends with “talkies,” and offers a diverse range of films in between. Artists including the Mont Alto Motion Picture Orchestra, pianist Hank Troy, guitarist Steve Mullins and the Silence Cinema Trio provide live musical accompaniment for silent films. For more information, call 303-442-3282, or visit www.chautauqua.com.

Schedule

June 3: The Bicycle Thief

June 10: Chicago

July 17: The Lodger: A Story of the London Fog

June 24: Snow White and the Seven Dawrfs

June 30: Steamboat Bill Jr.

July 6: Nosferatu

July 11: Why Worry?

July 22: People on Sunday

July 29: Three Ages

August 12: Four Horsemen of the Apocalypse

August 17: The Trail of 98

August 25: The Great Dictator Boulder Library 1001 Arapahoe Ave., Boulder

The Boulder Public Library Cinema Program has become a recurring seasonal series model with screenings on Monday or Wednesday evenings, with additional special cinema program screenings and monthly Sunday matinees. Screenings take place in the Canyon theater in the north wing along Canyon Boulevard. To see the schedule visit bplnow.boulderlibrary.org/event/movies or call 303-441-3197 for more information about the Cinema Program.

Boulder Outdoor Cinema Boulder Museum of Contemporary Art July to August 1750 13th St., Boulder

Watching great movies with friends is always a fun way to spend an evening. Why not enjoy that same experience outside under the starry sky? The movies will be shown on the outside screen behind the Boulder Museum of Contemporary Art. BOC reliably shows a great mix of old favorites and new blockbusters. Check out www.boulderoutdoorcinema.com or call 855-BOC-YEAH for updates and more information.

Schedule

July 12: Frozen

July 19: Royal Tenebaums

July 26: Aliens

August 2: Office Space

August 9: Zombieland

August 16: Princess Bride

August 23: American Hustle

August 30: Monty Python and the Holy Grail

Boedecker Theater at the Dairy Center for the Arts 2590 Walnut St., Boulder

The Boedecker Theater at the Dairy Center for the Arts has quickly proven itself as a unique and exciting addition to the Boulder film scene. Boasting a 60-seat theater, 5.1 Surround Sound and Hi-Def DLP projection, this is a great place to enjoy a glass of beer or wine while viewing first-run independent and international films, live opera and ballet broadcasts via satellite, and other quality programming.

This August, the Boedecker will begin a renovation that will make the Dairy better than ever. For a full schedule, see www.thedairy.org/cinema-listings-2 or call 303-444-7826, ext. 110.

Film on the Rocks Red Rocks Amphitheatre, Morrison May to September

Sponsored by the Denver Film Society, Red Rocks’ Film on the Rocks series combines great movies, a great view and live music. Think of it as drive-in chic. For more information and the latest news on the live concerts that precede each film, visit www. redrocksonline.com.

Schedule

May 23: The Hunger Games: Mockingjay Part One

June 2: Super Troopers

June 9: The Shining

June 15: The Princess Bride

June 23: Jurassic Park

July 31: Pretty Woman

August 26: The Breakfast Club

Sept. 2: End of Season Spectacular (TBA)

Telluride Film Festival Sept. 4-7, Telluride

Skiing, bluegrass and now films. Telluride has become a year-round destination for indoor and outdoor fun. If you’re looking for another reason to go to Telluride, the 42nd annual Telluride Film Festival could be your excuse. Like every year, the lineup is hush-hush. Festival organizers keep the list of titles secret until opening day, making this one of the most anticipated, exciting film festivals of the season. See www.telluridefilmfestival.org or call 510-665-9494 for more details.

35th Annual Breckenridge Festival of Film Sept. 17-20, Breckenridge

Ah, beautiful Breckenridge. Did you really need another reason to call us into the mountains? Capturing both the grand and the intimate, this is quite possibly a perfect film festival. For information on movies as they are announced, as well as tickets and lodging info, check out www.breckfilmfest.com or call 970-453-6200.

DocuWest Film Festival Sept. 9-13

This festival has been voted the best in Denver. The films are shown at the Foothills Art Center, the American Mountaineering Center and other venues in historic downtown Golden. www.docuwestfest. com.

Reel Rock 10 Chautauqua Auditorium 900 Baseline Road, Boulder Sept. 17-18

Since 2006, the Reel Rock Film Tour has been bringing the best climbing and adventure movies to local audiences the world over. See reelrocktour.com/ find-a-show to purchase tickets, or visit reelrocktour. com for more information and a schedule.

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