Boulder’s Louie Psihoyos, who made “The Cove,” is debuting a new film "Racing Extinction" at the Sundance Film Festival, which runs through Sunday.
CPR’s Arts Bureau joined the governor at the Capitol to ask how he plans to maintain Colorado’s cultural momentum as he begins his second term.
This week, CPR’s Arts Bureau profiles Daniel Junge as he prepares for his Sundance Film Festival debut and looks at a reality TV-inspired grantmaking program.
Fort Collins native Duncan Ramsay's “The Dam Keeper” received an Academy Award nomination in the “Best Short Film (Animated)” category.
This week, CPR’s Arts Bureau explores the sights and sounds of the National Western Stock Show and a documentary on the World War II ski troopers who trained in Colorado.
Russian director Andrey Zvyagintsev says he was inspired by the story of Marvin Heemeyer, a Granby car mechanic who took revenge against his city by driving an armored bulldozer through the mountain town.
Chris Anthony, who helped create the documentary “Climb to Glory,” says the film can serve as both a history lesson and motivational tool for young people.
CPR’s Arts Bureau recaps the year’s biggest cultural news across the state.
This week, CPR’s Arts Bureau explores a global event honoring the World War I Christmas eve ceasefire and an inspirational new book for the nonreligious.
Rick Ramage wrote “Heaven Sent,” set and filmed in Boulder, because he was tired of seeing “dark” interpretations of the holiday on the big screen.