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The 40th Anniversary of the Denver Blur Anniversary (DFF) bliss off November 1, and for about two weeks Denver citizens can see films they may never accept an befalling to see again. That’s the adorableness of the blur festival, according to aesthetic administrator Brit Withey, who enjoys adopted films and aphotic narratives the most. Sure, you can chase for indie films on Netflix or Hulu, but the affairs of award such an outstanding accumulating as the Denver Blur Anniversary consistently showcases is unlikely. And, there are consistently a few films that are artlessly not accessible except at blur festivals. This year, as they bless their 40th festival, the organizers capital to admire some of the best films they’ve screened, which agency there will be a scattering of films that are either attendant or throwbacks.

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As with every year for the aftermost two decades, DFF will highlight a appointed country’s cinema. This year focuses on Denmark, bringing with it the dry, aphotic wit of Scandinavia. There will additionally be Red Carpeting screenings, including Molly’s Game which follows the accurate adventure of a Colorado-born Olympic skier angry high-stakes poker dealer.

Read: Denver Blur Anniversary Announces Red Carpeting Films for the 40th Fest

Four venues will awning DFF films: Denver Blur Society’s home base, the Sie FilmCenter, UA Pavilions on 16th Street Mall, Ellie Caulkins Opera Abode and the Anniversary Annex in the McNichols Building. For a abounding annual of the 200 films advancing to Denver, appointment this website. Tickets are adapted for all screenings and can be purchased online or at the box appointment above-mentioned to the show. Two hundred films is daunting, which is why we’ve narrowed it bottomward to 30 must-see films with the advice of Withey and his years of accurate expertise.

Why you should see it: This documentary by administrator Greg Kohs seeks to acknowledgment the questions, “where does the band amid animal and bogus intelligence activate and end?” and “what can computers advise us about ourselves?” It does so by attractive at the age-old Chinese bold Go and a seven-day clash that occurred in March 2016, pitting a allegorical Go adept adjoin an AI program. Go’s lath configurations on a 19-by-19 filigree accept been paralleled to the cardinal of atoms in the universe, authoritative it a bold that no animal has anytime absolutely conquered. The documentary takes admirers from the origins of the AI affairs DeepMind in London and beyond the apple to Seoul, South Korea, area the clash will change abounding perspectives on the age-old bold and what it agency to play. Kohs is accepted to be at the screenings in person.

See it if you’re into: documentaries that accord with animal absorption belief like Magnus, or you are absorbed in Bogus Intelligence systems

When to see it:Thursday 11/9 – 4:15 p.m. UA PavilionsFriday 11/10 – 6:45 p.m. UA PavilionsSaturday 11/11 – 1:45 p.m. UA Pavilions

Why you should see it: As allotment of the focus on a nation in cinema as able-bodied as the action of attendant films, Breaking the Waves is a must-see for those who acknowledge tragicomedies. This 1996 Danish action blur is not like any action blur from the United States in the ’90s. With an outstanding achievement by extra Emily Watson, who was nominated for an Oscar, Golden Globe and BAFTA for her role as a adolescent woman aggravating to do God’s assignment while her Protestant Calvinist association board her with contempt. Adore the blur that won Danish administrator Lars von Trier the Grand Jury Prize at the Cannes Blur Anniversary on the big awning during DFF, because this one allegedly won’t end up on Netflix.

See it if you like: dark, indie comedies like Wristcutters

When to see it:Sunday 11/12 – 6 p.m. UA Pavilions

Why you should see it: A “docufictional” film, with strands of absoluteness alloyed in with cool moments that are sometimes added banal than the absolute moments, California Dreams will accomplish you squirm, beam and agitate your arch in according parts. Administrator Mike Ott is a DFF regular, aftermost year he screened Actor Martinez to abundant analytical acclaim, and his films about absorb “desolate capital and borderlands” both visually and emotionally. California Dreams is a aftereffect of Ott acclimation auditions in baby towns in Southern California in adjustment to acquisition bodies who accept never fabricated it to their ideal of silver-screen stardom. Apprehend to acquaintance a camp adaptation of the American Dream from characters who are so absolute they sometimes assume fake.

See it if you like: the meandering artifice curve of Wes Anderson films like Life Aquatic with Steve Zissou or if you like biographical documentaries that aren’t about acclaimed people.

When to see it: Friday 11/3 – 6:15 p.m. UA PavilionsSaturday 11/4 – 4:30 p.m. UA PavilionsMonday 11/6 – 1:15 p.m. Sie FilmCenter DFF

Why you should see it: Did You Wonder Who Fired the Gun is a documentary that turns the camera on the filmmaker himself and finds answers to questions he never anticipation to ask. Travis Wilkerson allotment to his hometown of Dothan, Alabama and discovers his great-grandfather already attempt and dead a atramentous man and was never answerable or punished for it. It would be difficult for this blur to not be a southern gothic style, and by the abbreviate and ambiguous trailer, Wilkerson credibility admirers to the abstraction that questions and answers are sometimes added absolute — and added alarming — than we hoped.

See it if you like: personal analysis belief like Stories We Tell, or if you are into the southern gothic appearance like Winter’s Bone.

When to see it:Saturday 11/11 – 4 p.m. UA PavilionsSunday 11/12 – 2 p.m. UA Pavilions

Why you should see it: Not above a aphotic comedy, but a atramentous ball from Italian filmmaker Andrea Magnani, Easy takes a adventure with the outcast son of a ancestors who is accustomed the assignment of alteration a anatomy in a casket from Italy to Ukraine. The outcast son, Isidoro, was article of a big accord in his youth, but age has not advised him able-bodied and his brother Filo has taken over as the able one. Filo convinces his affected brother to carriage the anatomy in the hopes that Isidoro adeptness relight his abutting fire, and additionally because Filo adeptness be in agitation if the anatomy stays put.

See it if you like: movies that booty you on a ride with the capital character, like Little Miss Sunshine, but darker.

When to see it:Saturday 11/11 – 8:45 p.m. UA PavilionsSunday 11/12 – 4 p.m.  UA Pavilions

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Why you should see it: The Eyeslicer Roadshow: Presented in Smell-O-Vision is a wacky, backward night shorts mixtape that is declared to be as awe-inspiring as it sounds. With episodes that are burst calm to feel as if it’s one ceaseless whole, there are added than a scattering of admiral to accord acclaim to. Not abandoned is it action to be annual the weirdness, it’s additionally a abundant befalling to see a lot of altered directors’ appearance at once, literally. This is not abandoned a cine screening, it is a alive event, with co-creator Dan Schoenbrun, Q and A’s with robots, and milk and cookies, apparently. Indiewire alleged it “one of the craziest TV shows you’ll anytime see.”

See it if you like: The TV show Robot Chicken. 

When to see it:Thursday 11/2 – 9:30 p.m. Sie FilmCenter

Why you should see it: Funny, sweet, endearing, inspiring— these are all able and adapted for Faces Places — a documentary co-directed by 33-year-old French columnist JR and 89-year-old French New Wave amount Agnes Varda. Set in an ever-changing backdrop of the French countryside, the cool duo biking about in a photobooth van that JR has able to book all-embracing posters of the pictures taken inside. JR afresh applies those posters to the walls about anniversary apple — apparently at assertive points, illegally — and abstracts the reactions of his capacity and of Agnes Varda. Uplifting and quaintly French, Faces Places will angle out amid the darker documentaries in the anniversary as one you can alike booty your kids to.

See it if you like: uplifting documentaries, abnormally if it’s focused on art, like Exit Through The Gift Shop.

When to see it:Sunday 11/5 – 1:30 p.m. – Sie FilmCenterMonday 11/6 – 4:30 p.m. – Sie FilmCenter

Why you should see it: Franco-Senegalese filmmaker Alain Gomis’s Félicité is a touching, musically-infused and loaded anecdotal blur that centers on the struggles of a mother aggravating to save her adolescent in a apple that seems above at times. Véro Tshanda Beya Mputu delivers a adept achievement as Félicité, affective in affecting after-effects from absolute to hopeless and aback again. She charge breach abroad from her circadian accepted to acquisition money to advice her boyish son who’s been afflicted in a motorcycle accident. But aback that assignment becomes added and added difficult Félicité wonders if her adulation of music can save her. With a soundtrack by the Congolese agreeable aggregate Kasai Allstars and the Kinshasa Symphony Orchestra, this blur will booty you to the corners of a mother’s affection and let you apprehend it beating.

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See it if you like: strong, changeable characters, like Erin Brockovich 

When to see it:Sunday 11/5 – 6:15 p.m. Sie FilmCenterTuesday 11/7 – 9:15 p.m. Sie FilmCenterWednesday 11/8 – 6:15 p.m. Sie FilmCenter

Why you should see it:  A admirable amusement of a movie, Have a Nice Day is Chinese filmmaker Liu Jian’s neo-noir booty on a mob film. The action appearance tends to favor a awful palette of colors, accentuated by ablaze ancestor of neon. It’s the little things in every arena that absolutely bolt the viewer’s eye— a motorbike pausing afterwards a pothole, a dog walking beyond the screen, bodies in the accomplishments action about their business. At already an absurdist escape and a bitter annotation on customer culture, the cine will allure big audiences with its admiration to films like The Godfather, Blade Runner and the works of Tarantino. But for those of us who adulation activated movies, and abnormally Asian activated movies, this will be a adorable new aftertaste of a hopefully continued career by Jian. And if you adulation clear novels, there is no agnosticism you will acquisition accustomed access in Accept a Nice Day. Watch it for the violence, watch it for the dry humor, but absolutely watch it because the beheld appearance is artistic, affecting and crazily brilliant.

See it if you like: mob escapade films, animation, clear novels— or if you like Pulp Fiction. 

When to see it:Friday 11/3 – 9:15 p.m. Sie FilmCenterSunday 11/5 – 6:45 p.m. Sie FilmCenterMonday 11/6 – 3:45 p.m. Sie FilmCenter

Why you should see it: A arresting blur with American-German extra Diane Kruger (Inglorious Basterds, Mr. Nobody) who plays a woman advancing with the accident of her bedmate and son from a bomb advance in Germany. Katja (Kruger) teeters about over the edge, award alleviation in annihilative habits while additionally aggravating to exact revenge, and in that ambiguous state, admirers are able to feel her decrepit abdomen while still acquisitive she can stitch it all aback together. Written and directed by Faith Akin, who was built-in in Germany to Turkish immigrants, and whose afflatus for some of this blur came from adventures he endured or witnessed with ageism in Germany in the 2000s. Because of accepted events, with ageism afresh on the acceleration in places like the US and Germany, this blur adeptness feel too abutting to home. Luckily, the adept administration of Affiliated and the spot-on acting by Kruger softens the blow.

See it if you like: courtroom dramas interspersed with action-movie-disaster-scenes, article like American History X crossed with High Crimes

When to see it:Tuesday 11/7 – 4 p.m. Sie FilmCenterWednesday 11/8  – 9:15 p.m. Sie FilmCenter

Why you should see it: The newest blur by Bob Byington, Infinity Baby is a alluringly cool black-and-white blur which is anecdotal by the buyer of a aggregation who charge acquisition homes for babies who never abound up — an odd abiogenetic ancillary aftereffect from axis corpuscle research. With a star-studded cast, including Nick Offerman (Parks and Rec) as the narrator, Megan Mullally, Kieran Culkin, and Martin Starr, this cine delivers the dry ball those actors advance in with a analgesic soundtrack for hip hop fans. Be able for some aphotic moments that assume affiliated to genitalia in movies like Trainspotting, but sit bound because things get bigger adjoin the end. Part sci-fi, allotment drama, allotment indie comedy, Infinity Baby ultimately dissects the botheration of growing up in a way added coming-of-age films accept never done yet.

See it if you like: dry humor, like the affectionate begin in TV shows like Arrested Development, Parks and Rec, 30 Rock, or in movies like Being John Malkovich

When to see it:Friday 11/3 – 4:30 p.m. UA PavilionsSunday 11/5 – 4:45 p.m. UA PavilionsMonday 11/6 – 6:45 p.m. UA Pavilions

Why you should see it: This is the closing night red carpeting presentation for DFF. Everyone’s heard about the Tonya Harding adventure in 1994, area aggressive Olympic amount skater Nancy Kerrigan was attacked and injured, arch to Harding’s victory. This biopic by administrator Craig Gillepsie (Lars and the Absolute Girl) reveals Harding’s complicated action adventure and has been accumulation fizz about Margot Robbie’s (Suicide Squad) performance as the afflicted skater. Alike admitting it’s been over two decades aback the abandoned scandal, this cine will accompany the ball aback to action in a beneath abusive way.

See it if you like: Complex belief about athletes or acclaim like Stop at Nothing: The Lance Armstrong Story

When to see it:Saturday 11/11 – 8 p.m. Ellie Caulkins Opera House

Why you should see it: Director Thomas Riedelsheimer has teamed up with artisan Andy Goldsworthy for the additional time. The aboriginal time was 16 years ago with the acclaimed film Rivers and Tides to actualize a visually-stunning documentary that fuses Goldsworthy characteristic aesthetic appearance with Riedelsheimer’s agog eye for the moments in between. Admitting the blur is beatitude for the eyes, it is additionally a added attending into Goldsworthy’s action and motivations, struggles and failures. Filmed over the advance of four years, Leaning into the Wind allows admirers a attenuate glimpse into the “wonderment, intimacy, airiness and dematerialization of the ecology artworks” as they are actuality made. And, some of Goldsworthy’s pieces in this blur are bigger, use abundant machinery, and crave advice from others, ambience them abreast from his beforehand assignment that consistently seemed to be added attentive than reactive.

See it if you like: visually-stunning images and acute narration, like any Planet Earth, but instead of animals it’s about art.

When to see it:Friday 11/10 – 3:30 p.m. Sie FilmCenterSunday 11/12 – 1:30 p.m. Sie FilmCenter

Why you should see it: As allotment of the attendant action of this year’s DFF, the acclaimed Mexican cinematographer Gabriel Figueroa will be showcased with three films. Los Olvidados is one of those films, a 1950 archetypal from Spanish Surrealist administrator Luis Buñuel that won two Cannes Blur Anniversary awards. It’s a adventure of a assemblage of adolescent men who are careful their accurate affections with animality and corruption. Figueroa and Buñuel assignment seamlessly with anniversary added in active a eyes that leaves the admirers little best but to apperceive added than they appetite to and be borderline how they feel afterwards it ends. A agnate display for the attendant for Figueroa will be apparent in the Annex at the McNichols Building throughout the festival.

See it if you like: the aboriginal and old abstract of film, like any Hitchcock cine or West Ancillary Story.

When to see it:Sunday 11/5 – 11:30 a.m. Sie FilmCenter

Why you should see it: Colorado filmmakers Aaron and Amanda Kopp accept fabricated a documentary that is additionally a narrative, composed of an cool adventure told by bristles orphans in Swaziland. Liyana transitions amid activated sections, area a adventuresome babe helps save her two adolescent brothers from dangers apparent and unseen, and real-life segments area the orphans charge accost their own struggles and successes. The activated genitalia are by Shofela Coker and the cine is produced in allotment by Thandie Newton (Westworld) and Daniel Junge (Saving Face). 

See it if you like: animated tear-jerkers like Up, but with added absoluteness alloyed in.

When to see it:Friday 11/10 – 6 p.m. Sie FilmCenterSaturday 11/11 – 4 p.m. Sie FilmCenterSunday 11/12 – 11 a.m. Sie FilmCenter

Why you should see it: This is the big night red carpeting presentation for DFF. Based on a accurate adventure about a Colorado-born Olympic-class skier, Molly Bloom (Jessica Chastain), who turns to high-stakes poker afterwards a aback abrasion that ends her skiing career, abandoned to be bent by FBI agents in the average of the night. Some of Bloom’s bank audience included Hollywood stars, athletes, business titans and associates of the Russian mob. Written and directed by Aaron Sorkin, this blur is one of those about astonishing “based-on-a-true-story” capers. It additionally has a Colorado affiliation aback Bloom grew up in Longmont and went to the University of Colorado, Boulder. Co-starring Kevin Costner, Michael Cera, Chris O’Dowd and others. Molly and Jeremy Bloom will be at the screening alongside Aaron Sorkin for a Q&A afterwards the movie.

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See it if you like: Ocean’s Eleven, The Accomplished Nine Yards

When to see it:Thursday, 11/9 – Ellie Caulkins Opera House

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Why you should see it: This is a basic of the Denver Blur Festival, and abnormally for those of us who grew up with music videos on MTV, it’s consistently a acceptable hour and a half. With a array of accepted music videos alive one afterwards the other, it doesn’t get arid and if you don’t like one of the songs you above accept to delay a few minutes. Don’t apprehend pop songs — this is a blur anniversary afterwards all— instead, attending for songs from Feist, Fyfe, The Regrettes and more.

See it if you like: old-school MTV, or if you attending up music videos on youtube.

When to see it:Thursday 11/9 – 6:45 p.m. Sie FilmCenterFriday 11/10 – 7 p.m. UA Pavilions

Why you should see it: Administrator and cinematographer David Byars was accepted one-of-a-kind admission to the 41-day armed collision alfresco Bend, Oregon in January 2016 that came as a aftereffect of a beef adjoin the confidence of two ranchers. No Man’s Land is a arresting documentary, afterward the accustomed accomplishments of the armed men aural the Malheur Wildlife Refuge while additionally investigating the actual origins of revolution, defection and the animal charge to rebel. This is the blur we accept all been cat-and-mouse for aback the armed collision occurred.

See it if you like: documentaries about contempo contest that were politically charged, like Citizenfour (about Edward Snowden.)

When to see it:Friday 11/2 – 9 p.m. UA PavilionsSunday 11/5 – 11:15 a.m. UA Pavilions

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Kjell’s adventure in Quality Time.

Why you should see it: Dutch filmmaker Daan Bakker has created a strange, sly and anapestic anecdotal that pieces calm bristles audible stories. Anniversary altered adventure is filmed in its own appropriate style, amid the genitalia visually from one another. It’s the disjointed, abortive way that anniversary appearance copes aural their apple that ties the bristles episodes calm thematically. Some of the characters are an anthropomorphized dot called Koen, Kjell who time-travels to alleviate wounds from the past, ambitious columnist Stefaan, a punk-guitarist who allotment to apple afterwards actuality abducted by aliens, and the uber-sensitive Jef who charge accommodated his girlfriend’s parents. It is fabricated in the Netherlands, with English subtitles.

See it if you like: charming but though-provoking movies with a blow of fantasy, like Fantastic Mr. Fox or The Corpse Bride

When to see it:Friday 11/10 – 6:45 p.m. Sie FilmCenterSaturday 11/11 – 4:30 p.m. Sie FilmCenterSunday 11/12 – 7 p.m. Sie FilmCenter

Why you should see it: Japanese filmmaker Naomi Kamase presents her newest film, Radiance, a action that abandoned touches on the bound of love. The adventure is set amid Misako (Ayame Misaki), a biographer of audio descriptions for the visually impaired, and Nakamori (Masatoshi Nagase) a columnist who is boring accident his sight. Perhaps on paper, the analogous seems apropos, but the couple’s aboriginal action is abounding with altercation and the blur never absolutely approaches the affidavit why the brace avalanche for one another. Kamase is accepted for her naturalist access to cinematography — application elements of attributes to drive letters home —and Radiance does not aback bottomward from that, application autumnal ablaze to adumbration at Nakamori’s declining vision, for instance. This is one of the films at DFF that is about absolutely not action to be calmly accessible afterwards the screenings. Not abandoned because it’s a Japanese blur with English subtitles, but additionally because Kamase’s films are usually accepted for their acceptance at blur festivals and not for accumulation consumption.

See it if you like: movies focused on cinematography, like Blue Valentine 

When to see it:Saturday 11/4 – 9:30 p.m. Sie FilmCenterSunday 11/5  – 3:45 p.m. Sie FilmCenter

Why you should see it: Do you adulation ramen as abundant as Japan loves it? Allegedly not, but alike if you abandoned apperceive about ramen in those pre-made packets, this documentary will accept your aperture watering for the absolute deal. Documentary filmmaker Koki Shigeno took a adventitious aback he asked Japan’s ramen adept to acknowledge his barter secrets. The master, Osamu Tomita appropriately agreed, acknowledgment the exact action he undertakes to accomplish the ramen bodies band up about the block to eat. With footage from the restaurant Osamu Tomita cooks from, to interviews with barter who accept above eaten, Ramen Heads is a blithe action that indulges our senses.

See it if you like: food documentaries, like Jiro Dreams of Sushi, or if you like ramen.

When to see it:Wednesday 11/8 – 6:45 p.m. Sie FilmCenterThursday 11/9 – 9:15 p.m. Sie FilmCenter

Why you should see it: Acclaim — is it admired or betraying to those who acquisition it? This biographical ball from Ireland focuses on the 20th aeon adept of a acceptable appearance of Irish singing sean nós, Jon Heaney, who struggled with the acclaim he encountered through his career. Administrator Pat Collins attempt the blur in atramentous and white and introduces admirers from all over the apple to the admirable and hauntingly admirable styles of Irish folk music while cogent the sometimes adverse adventure of Heaney and his genius.

See it if you like: documentaries or narratives about aberrant people, like Cate Blanchett’s Manifesto

When to see it:Thursday 11/9 – 4 p.m. Sie FilmCenterSaturday 11/11 – 9 p.m. UA PavilionsSunday 11/12 – 4:30 p.m. UA Pavilions

Danny Houck in his Ohio home

Why you should see it: This documentary follows the sometimes abhorrent annual of an aberrant from Ohio who fabricated a affiance to a acclaimed European concert violinist that he would accomplish a absolute archetype of the best acclaimed violin in existence— the Stradivarius Il Cannone— in time for a concert. “To attempt with the masters, you’ve got to be a little crazy,” it reads in the bivouac because alike admitting the blur will accept you absorbed on the art of creating violins, it will accept you added absorbed about this actuality who believes he can accomplish a masterpiece after any academic training. The man’s name is Danny Houck, and he is at already endearingly aloof, frustratingly crazy and brilliant. You’ll accept to see the documentary to apperceive if he fails or succeeds his mission, but alike after that curiosity-stoker, violinist-turned-filmmaker Stefan Avalos will cull admirers into the adventure with his adeptness to abduction the aspect of a man and his dream.

See it if you like: documentaries about an cool able in their acreage like Man on Wire, or like the TV show Curb Your Enthusiam, because some of the blur will accomplish you squirm


When to see it:Friday 11/3 – 4 p.m. UA PavilionsSaturday 11/4 – 9:15 p.m. UA PavilionsSunday 11/5 – 6:15 p.m. UA Pavilions

Why you should see it: A abstruse abstruseness from Norway, Thelma is about a adolescent woman who charge go through hell to ascertain her accurate self. Afterwards abrogation her parent’s austere religious home for university in Oslo, Thelma begins accepting seizures and starts acquainted signs of abnormal activity. She is befriended by addition adolescent woman, Anja, and through their sexually ambagious relationship, Thelma charge catechism her upbringing, her adoration and her motives for actuality admiring to Anja. But the added she questions it, the added she has seizures, and the added she realizes there are issues in her family’s accomplished that she needs to understand. By filmmaker Joachim Trier, this Norwegian anecdotal will accept admirers arresting their seats. Admirable and daring, and a little scary, too.

See it if you like: dark, adventurous abhorrence movies, like Black Swan

When to see it:Friday 11/3 – 9:30 p.m. UA PavilionsSaturday 11/4 – 3:45 p.m. UA PavilionsMonday 11/6 – 4 p.m. UA Pavilions

Wednesday, 11/8 – 1:45 p.m. and 8:30 p.m. at UA PavilionsThursday, 11/9 – 7:00 p.m. at UA Pavilions

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Why you should see it: This is the red carpeting matinee best for DFF. From acclaimed Irish-British writer-director Martin McDonagh (In Bruges), this aphotic comedic ball will embroil you in a action for justice. As a crestfallen mother and capital character, Frances McDormand (Fargo) delivers with a apparent (and typical, for McDormand) abyss and astute access to her performance. Co-starring Woody Harrelson as the Chief of Police, who McDorman’s appearance badgers to acquisition the assassin of her daughter. Unapologetic, a little crass it is altogether a cine to empower and enlighten. Hopefully, you like audition anathema words.

See it if you like: Kill Bill, after as abundant violence.

When to see it:Saturday 11/11 – 2:30 p.m. Ellie Caulkins Opera House

Why you should see it: This Icelandic film, directed by Hafsteinn Gunnar Sigurdsson, takes a sometimes advancing attending at the foibles and mishaps of a baby accumulation of characters active in the suburbs in Iceland. Amid the abstract altercation with an earlier brace and their neighbors, and their son who is angry out of his abode by his wife on suspicions that he adeptness endanger their daughter, this aphotic ball is absolutely what you appetite out of Icelandic films. There is a specific blush of grey-green that abandoned exists in Iceland, and there charge be a specific appearance of cinema that goes forth with it. If you haven’t heard the Icelandic language, this blur will accord you abounding befalling to insolate in its anapestic accent while annual English subtitles.

See it if you like: really aphotic films that will absolutely abase you a little, like Eternal Sunshine of the Spotless Mind

When to see it:Thursday 11/9 – 9 p.m. Sie FilmCenterFriday 11/10 – 7 p.m. Sie FilmCenterSaturday 11/11 – 9 p.m. Sie FilmCenter

Why you should see it: This documentary by administrator David Wexler takes an all-embracing attending at the Guardian Angels — the 1970s crime-fighting assemblage who formed in New York City to assure their neighborhood— and in particular, their architect Curtis Sliwa. With interviews with Sliwa, who proves himself an outstanding storyteller, there is additionally abecedarian video footage, TV clips and photographs which advice detail the account. With arresting admissions from Sliwa — who was about assassinated by John Gotti Jr.— it’s appear that his motivations are not all that altered from groups who abide today (like Antifa) and ultimately appear bottomward to communities angry for change and not cat-and-mouse for college authorities to do the work. Both Wexler and Sliwa will be at the screenings in person.

See it if you like: Dogtown and Z Boys, The Seven Five

When to see it:Friday 11/3 – 6:45 p.m. Sie FilmCenterSaturday 11/4 – 3:45 p.m. Sie FilmCenterSunday 11/5 – 8:45 p.m. Sie FilmCenter

Swedish Administrator Niki Lindroth von Bahr’s “The Burden”

Why you should see it:  The abbreviate programs are the best way to acquaint yourself to absolute cinematography, if you are unfamiliar. With anniversary video abiding beneath 20 minutes, the shorts are aggregate into bristles altered screenings, disconnected about by action or style. Filmmakers from all over the apple are represented side-by-side in these programs, acceptance for a happy-hour-esque examination of indie films— above abundant time to adore it but not so abundant time that you alpha to affliction your decision. Shorts are additionally for adept cinema fans, as there are about advancing filmmakers to watch out for. This year, the abbreviate segments are disconnected into these capacity (wording from DFF site)

See it if you like: the activated shorts afore Pixar movies

Shorts 1: These activating shorts analyze our centralized struggles and ascertain our greatest strengths.When to see it:Saturday 11/4 – 6:45 p.m. UA PavilionsSunday 11/5 – 2:30 p.m. UA Pavilions

Shorts 2: A able accumulating of shorts absolute secrets and truths.When to see it:Wednesday 11/8 – 3:45 p.m. UA PavilionsThursday 11/9 – 6:30 p.m. UA Pavilions

Shorts 3: A aphotic and surreal mix of late-night shortsWhen to see it:Thursday 11/9 – 9:15 p.m. UA PavilionsFriday 11/10

Shorts 4: These belief from about the apple acknowledge the amazing in the mundane.When to see it:Saturday 11/11 – 4:15 p.m. UA PavilionsSunday 11/12 – 1:45 p.m. UA Pavilions

Shorts 5: A juried antagonism of different activated shorts created by accomplished artists from about the world. These are not your archetypal Saturday morning cartoons.When to see it:Friday 11/3 – 6:45 p.m. UA PavilionsSaturday 11/4 – 11 a.m. UA PavilionsMonday 11/6 – 9:15 p.m. UA Pavilions

All photos are stills and were provided by Denver Blur Society. 

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