We’ve all heard those stirring voices dramatically narrating movie trailers. This Sundance Film Festival favorite explores the saga behind one of those voices when a woman follows in her father’s footsteps to become the next big thing in the voice-over industry. Fri-Tue, times vary.
Celebrate the life of this actor and artist with a special screening of Kiki’s Delivery Service, which tells the story of a young witch discovering her magical talent. Before the show, Hartman's brothers will join the crowd via Skype to discuss the late comedian's legacy. Sat 7 p.m.
Be part of the Aspen Institute's inaugural NEW VIEWS: Documentaries & Dialogue series. Four critically acclaimed documentaries will be accompanied by conversations with special guests. Films include Blood Brother, Anita, Inequality For All, and Gasland Part II. Dates, times vary.
When Somali pirates hijack a cargo ship in the middle of the Indian Ocean, the crew must face the psychological and physical fears that come with being held hostage. Using real-life locations and people who have been in similar situations, this thriller brings the surprise. Fri-Sun 11:30 a.m., 2 p.m., 5 p.m., 8 p.m., 10:10 p.m.
Art is timeless, and some of the oldest pieces known to man can influence modern artists. This 90-minute film explores the connection between ancient art and abstract expressionists. Bonus: Professor Melinda Barlow from the University of Colorado Boulder will discuss the relationships among photography, painting, film, and animation. Thu 7-10 p.m.
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