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.
North America's longest-running women's film fest returns for its 26th year. The three day-festival is packed with more than 30 documentaries, shorts, feature-length and animated films, all by and about women and the world as they experience it. Can't make it?
It’s the end of the world as we know it…but at least we can laugh about it. Radiolab, the nationally syndicated radio program and podcast "about curiosity," takes its quirky scientific subject matter to a live audience where storytelling, scientific theories, and music come together.
These trombone melodies are nothing close to what you remember from high school marching band. Trombone Shorty and his group meld rock beats with R&B and funk, and pepper in brass riffs for a soul-filled good time. Their recently released third album, Say That to Say This, brings the soundtrack of New Orleans to a new generation. Thu-Fri 9 p.m.
A collaborative side project from producers Griz and Gramatik, Grizmatik promises an epic Halloween party in Denver for their biggest show to date. Both of them individually talented, together they create soulful melodies with rousing beats and funky instrumentals. Want proof? Check out their latest single, "My People." Thu 7 p.m.
Join this gypsy-rock quartet as they return home for their annual Halloween performance, complete with elaborate costumes and stage decorations. Distinguishing themselves from the average indie group with romantic instruments—including accordion, violin, and sousaphone—DeVotchKa gained national prominence (and a Grammy) for their scoring of 2006's Little Miss Sunshine.
After more than a decade of music-making, this Boulder-based group founded by drummer Dave Watts continues to evolve its unique, hybrid sound. Incorporating jazz, funk, salsa, and Afrobeat, The Motet's eight members evoke nonstop movement and energy from the crowd with spontaneous rythyms and melodies. Sun 9 p.m.
RedLine's resident artist exhibition draws inspiration from Argentinian author Jorge Luis Borges as he lost his sight and shifted his artistic vision. More than 20 artists will display work reinterpreting conventional perception and emphasizing the non-visual senses. Opening reception Sat 7-10 p.m.; Tue-Fri 10 a.m.-5 p.m.; Sat-Sun 11 a.m.-5 p.m.
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