While the Colorado filmmaking environment appears to be improving, there is still a long way to go before the state develops a movie-making industry on a par with many other parts of the country.
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CPR Arts Editor Chloe Veltman's cultural picks for November 14 - 17, 2013
On this week's round-table podcast, we talk about the power and limits of Twitter, the increasing availability of entertainment in languages other than English, and what's making us happy this week.
Howie Movshovitz, who has seen a number of movies in the past week, says that sometimes films in combination mean more than they do alone.
This weekend (Nov. 15-17), the Hi-Dive, one of Denver’s most vital live music venues, will host its “One and Ten Year Anniversary”. We spoke with owner Matty Clark about the history of the venue and some of his all-time favorite Hi-Dive moments.
The results of a new poll published by USA Today named DIA as the "Best U.S. Airport for Art."
British composer Sir John Tavener, whose music became a cultural touchstone that stretched far beyond the classical sphere, dies at 69.
Boulder poet David Rothman shares his work and his dream of becoming an Olympic ski racer.
Friday night brought Isakov and his four-piece backing band to Boettcher Concert Hall for a performance with the Colorado Symphony, the latest entry in the Symphony’s successful collaborative series with rock and folk musicians.
The Denver International Film Festival has begun and Colorado Public Radio film critic Howie Movshovitz talks about the two films that have caught his eye.
Ryan Warner talks with Oscar Sladek, who was in the audience for an early appearance by Judy Collins.
Weekend Arts Roundup: Punk organist Cameron Carpenter, Buena Vista teens take on Orwell's 1984...and more
In our weekly segment, Ryan Warner chats with CPR Arts Editor Chloe Veltman about some of the most interesting cultural happenings around Colorado this weekend.
A new documentary explores the role of cowboys in the environmental movement.