Event Information

Cinema Program free screening of Tayler Dunne Program

When: January 26, 2015 - 6:30pm - 8:30pm

26th Local Filmmakers’ Showcase
Taylor Dunne Program
Taylor Dunne is an artist, filmmaker, archivist and media activist and has worked at the New York Filmmakers’ Cooperative and Anthology Film Archives. She is a recent graduate of the MFA program at C.U-Boulder. “I am interested in using film detritus (found film, home movies, the archive), and contemporary footage shot with my own camera, as a tool for creating intimate visual essays that focus on the interconnectedness of time, history and the landscape.” —Taylor Dunne. Films screened include Obar (2008—13 min.), Corn Mother (2012—6 min.) and KATAH-DIN (2014—34 min.)

Cinema Program free screening of "Mrs. Miniver"

When: February 1, 2015 - 1:00pm - 3:00pm

1st Doris’s Sunday Matinee
Mrs. Miniver
Directed by William Wyler, featuring Greer Garson, Walter Pidgeon, Teresa Wright, Dame May Whitty (1942). A middle-class family lives in the small, quaint village of Belham outside of London during the first years of World War II. Hardships include blackouts and air raids. Winston Churchill publicly announced that the film would be more valuable than the combined efforts of six divisions for morale. Based on the stories of the Miniver family that had first appeared in serial form in The London Times and in the novel by Jan Struther. (134 min.)

Cinema Program free screening of "Groundhog Day"

When: February 2, 2015 - 6:30pm

Groundhog Day
Groundhog Day
Directed by Harold Ramis, featuring Bill Murray, Andie MacDowell, Chris Elliot, Stephen Tobolowsky (1993). Follow a caustic Pittsburgh weatherman and confirmed cynic as he lives the same day over and over again for perhaps as long as 10,000 years as he passes through his own version of the stages of grief: bewilderment, desperation, depression, hedonism, fatigue and hope. Critics have compared the film to Luis Buñuel’s The Exterminating Angel and Alain Renais’s Last Year at Marienbad and pointed out the film outlines a primer on western philosophy as well as a reasoned case for Zen Buddhism. Based on a story by Danny Rubin (103 min.) #BoulderFilmSpeak convenes after the screening at Food at the Riverside.

Cinema Program free screening of Scopitones

When: February 9, 2015 - 6:30pm - 8:30pm

Partnership with The Society for the Restoration and Preservation of Scopitone Jukeboxes and Films
The Scopitone is a jukebox that projects motion pictures on top via rear projection. Several thousand were manufactured in France and the U.S.A. in the early and mid-1960s and placed in nightclubs and bars. Hundreds of short music films were made for the Scopitone jukebox characterized by imaginative staging of pop music from Europe and the U.S.A. This program features a selection of Scopitone films, Quando Quando by the Kessler Sisters, All the Boys and the Girls by Francoise Hardy, Before the Rain by Sue Raney, and The Land of 1,000 Dances by Nino Tempo & April Stevens. (90 min.)

Cinema Program free screening of "PlayTime"

When: February 23, 2015 - 6:30pm - 8:30pm

Library Renovation ©¦ Partnership with ReSource
Directed by Jacques Tati, featuring Jacques Tati, Barbara Dennek, Georges Montant, Leon Doyen (France, Italy¡ª1967). Tati in his third cinematic appearance as Monsieur Hulot attempts to keep an important appointment in downtown Paris, consisting now only of modern office buildings. Construction of the Royal Garden nightclub is completed barely in time for an opening night plagued by architectural mishaps. In French, English and Franglais. (124 min.)