A Denver artist’s unusual project at the 2014 Women+Film VOICES Film Festival questions accepted notions of domestic bliss.
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.
This week, CPR’s Arts Bureau recaps the year’s biggest arts news, Colorado Matters at the Tattered author interviews and CPR Performance Studio highlights from 2014.