Stroll along the lanes of Parisian street market collecting antique treasures and artisan goods, all without leaving Colorado. Featuring an array of different vendors selling anything from dainty jewelry to vintage furniture, this annual market has just the right of variety to satisfy any sort of shopper’s needs.
Movies, music, movement, monologue, and modern art come together to host this showcase of the best of Boulder County arts. The evening is centered around a show featuring short movies from local filmmakers including Good Dog by award-winning screenwriter and director Don Sniffin.
Simon’s life isn’t tied to anything. The newly single, college graduate takes off to Paris to get away. His path entangles with a beautiful and mysterious prostitute, Victoria, and their intense relationship quickly grows complicated as they delve into a slew of amoral endeavours.
This family tree has one heavy branch. Years of sperm donation and more than 500 children later, David Wozniak wants to know more than numbers. Follow his journey in this endearing comedy as he attempts to remain anonymous while getting to know some of his offspring. The Canadian film has been accoladed with numerous awards, including Audience Choice Award at the Santa Barbara Film Festival.
These adventurers push the limits of body, mind, and spirit. Under the festival’s namesake five guiding values—respect, commitment, humility, purpose, and balance—the Patagonia-sponsored event yields a lineup of tales that encompasses beautiful insights into the human condition in times of struggle, determination, and triumph.
Not everyone is fluent in the language of love. Emmy Award-winner Rocky Powell directs this romantic comedy about one man’s quest for affection. The story follows Nick Brown, a best selling author and hopeless—or as he puts it, hopeful—romantic whose writing imparts wisdom about love despite his inability to keep any relationship together.
The year is 1988. Dictator Augusto Pinochet has ruled Chile for 15 years. When the government asks citizens to vote on whether Pinochet should remain in power for another eight years, the public is staunchly divided. The "no" camp hires a young advertising executive named René Saavedra (played by Gael Garcia Bernal; pictured) to spearhead their campaign.
Demystify the tangled undergrowth of the rainforest. Millions of trees, flowers, and organisms create this fascinating labyrinthine that returns oxygen to the earth. However, the soil itself is not very fertile—the plants hold most of the nutrients: watch dancers embody the life of the rainforest in this 45-minute odyssey.
Real connections spark regardless of one’s notoriety. In this theatrical ode to late country music star Patsy Cline, a deeper (and true) story of unpredictable friendship and devotion is revealed. Set to live music, Louise Seger—a housewife and ultra-fan of the beloved musician—narrates the story of her chance encounter with Cline.
The heightening drumroll and hanging lanterns will lead to you this cultural jubilation of Japanese American culture. Explore traditional folk art including Raku pottery and paintings from local artist Joe Molina, textiles from Issui Design, and a collection of early-20th-century vintage kimonos.
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