Hip-hop hasn't caught on in mainstream literature appreciation, but one University of Colorado English professor seeks to change that. This presentation will offer an insider's look at an art form often misunderstood and help the uninitiated finally tell the difference between Yeezy and Weezy. Wed 7 p.m.
Carol Burnett stars in this compilation of award-winning lyricist and composer Stephen Sondheim's most famous material. Premiering in England in 1992, and reaching Broadway in 1999, this musical revue now exists in film form, captured in high definition. Tue 7 p.m.
Join Water for People for a celebration of girls around the world with a cocktail hour and screening of the highly praised documentary, Girl Rising. This film follows the stories of nine remarkable young women who are battling the odds to gain education and empowerment. Wed 6-9 p.m.
In this 1974 action flick, Pam Grier plays the strong and sexy lead seeking revenge on the mobsters who murdered her man. Once called the first female action hero by Quentin Tarantino, Pam Grier will be at the screening to tell stories and spill secrets during the film. Stay late for a Q&A after the credits roll. Mon 7 p.m.
There are plenty of big-screen stories in which AIDS is integral to the plotline (Philadelphia, Rent), but Dallas Buyers Club takes an original approach by exploring the pharmaceutical side of things. DBC tells the true story of Texas electrician Ron Woodroof (played
Break out your favorite neon '80s snowsuit for a night of unlimited beer, pizza, and dancing. This annual party celebrating the upcoming ski season benefits First Descents, a nonprofit that provides free outdoor adventures for young adults with cancer. Fri 8 p.m.
Your favorite killer—with the devil's eyes—makes another Halloween appearance, but he's not here for murder this time. Catch Michael Myers in three of John Carpenter's slasher classics, and in-between films take a break for some trick-or-treating. Yes, there will be candy. Thu 5:30 p.m.
A dark day in America's past comes back to life in the award-winning directorial debut by Jason Osder. Haunting found footage of the clash between Philadelphia authorities and MOVE, a radical black liberation group, captures the carnage and aftermath of the tragedy. Mon-Thu 2:30 p.m., 6:30 p.m.; Fri-Sun noon, 4:30 p.m., 7 p.m.
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