On Saturday, April 26, filmmakers in Denver will take to the streets as part of the nationwide "Your Day. Your City. Your Future." project that aims to explore the future of American cities. –
Narelle Helmer Woods was an officer in the Marine Corps and her story is the subject of an Academy Award-nominated film about sexual assault in the armed forces.
"Civil War: The Untold Story" recounts the epic battles in the region between the Appalachians and the Mississippi River. Some historians say they were just as crucial to the outcome of the war as battles in the east, like Gettysburg.
The creator of a documentary that chronicles the lives of thousands of living people who occupy a cemetery in the Philippines chats about her film.
Slideshow: Suzanne Heintz’s documentary short "Playing House" blurs the boundaries between film, performance art and photography. During the last 14 years, Heintz -- the wife in all of the photographs in the project -- has staged and photographed mock events that include her marriage to a mannequin named "Chauncey" at a church in Morrison, a variety of cheery domestic scenes, the introduction of her daughter "Mary Margaret" (another mannequin) and a vacation trip to Paris.
If you’re among those who think weirdness is ruining today’s movies, you may need a refresher course in Hollywood history from Colorado Springs native Lon Chaney.
Christopher Smith and Merete Mueller had no construction experience before building a 130-square-foot house. They decided to make a documentary about the process.
Photo: Joshua Wakeland, a lead projectionist, and Ryan Oestreich, director of the film center, for the Denver Film Society. CPR Photo: Pat Mack.