Take a trip behind the scenes of Denver's Wonderbound dance company through Eric Dallimore's intense, silver gelatin photographs. After spending a year documenting the dancers and directors in the studio and at every performance, Dallimore pared down his collection to 24 striking images. Tue-Sun noon-5 p.m.
The genesis of artistic genius rarely sees the light of day, but Origins takes the audience inside the minds—and sketchbooks—of more than 20 artists. The doodles, drawings, lists, and other everyday inspirations that lead to more refined work will be on display, some alongside the finished products. Opening reception Fri 5-9 p.m.; Thu-Fri noon-8 p.m.
Kick off Denver Arts Week with the Dikeou Collection, where you can check out the work of Dutch photographer Sebastiaan Bremer. Beginning with family snapshots, he straddles the line between media, painting on the photos, enlarging them, and rephotographing them for the final creation. Bonus: Attendees can also enjoy music from Dikeou's vinyl collection and light refreshments. Fri 6-8 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.
The only thing scarier than your uncle on the dance floor is a zombie. Show off your halloween costume and your Frankenstein moves while DJ Brian drops the party beats. Enter the costume contest and the raffle for your chance to win an overnight stay at the Hotel Boulderado, among other great prizes.
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?
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