It's five minutes till closing.... It's been a hard work week (not really), but I need a drink (or maybe twelve) to relax and slip away from reality. After clocking out and spending 13.99 (plus tax) at the liquor store, I opened up my first, poured myself liquid gold (Stout), and opened up one of my cabinets looking to find a film (or two).
The fifth annual TEDxMileHigh is this Saturday, June 13, at the Ellie Caulkins Opera House, and the good news is we can help you get that TED Talk fix even if you are not lucky enough to attend this year, or if you go and you love it so much you just gotta have more! Not only do we have computers available for public use at all of our locations so you can watch previous TED Talks online, we also have
Do you love Silent Films? If so, you simply must check out the Denver Silent Film Festival Friday, April 24 through Sunday, April 26 at the University of Denver! Celebrating their fourth festival, they present a wide variety of silent film by programming a captivating and thought-provoking blend of educational and entertaining films. Classics from around the world, as well as rare and restored films will be available for your enjoyment.
This week, our regular contributor Desiree S. writes:
Robots! Aliens! Time travel? What do these things share in common (other than being awesome)? They are all subjects of movies you can check out at DPL while also improving your Spanish speaking skills.
Immigration is in the news, not just here in the U.S. but around the world. This week we bring you a selection of international films that explore the immigrant experience, both here and across the globe.
Your favorite film may be older than you think. Recently a customer exclaimed, "I wasn't even born!" after learning Tim Burton's Batman was released in 1989. But so were two other films borrowed at the same time - The Little Mermaid and Field of Dreams.
Intrigued, I did a little research and discovered a few of my favorites were also playing in movie theaters 25 years ago.