Dairy Arts Center

CINEMA

The Boedecker Theater, Boulder’s only art house cinema located at The Dairy, is known for being one of the leading arts cinemas in the country. Noted for programming excellence as well as diversity, The Boe has introduced Boulder to national art house special features, premier movies as part of the New York Film Critics national screenings, live opera and ballet performances streamed from around the world, and has participated in 22 cinema partnerships. Talk-backs have become a popular feature as has Saturday 12:30 movies especially for kids. For a special movie experience, we encourage you to visit The Boe.

Friday Night Weird: The Wolf House

Oct. 18 –  Mary is a girl who seeks refuge in a mysterious house in southern Chile, after escaping from …

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Brittany Runs a Marathon

Oct. 16-19 –  Brittany Forgler is a funny, likeable, 27-year-old hot mess of a New Yorker whose trashy nightclub adventures …

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The Miracle of “The Little Prince”

Oct. 16-19 –  “What is essential is invisible to the eye.” – The Little Prince by Antoine de Saint-Exupéry. Translated into more …

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San Souci Festival of Dance in Cinema: “Bound, Unbound, Rebound”

Oct. 20 & 23 – From ballet to ballroom to dancing in a bubble, this screening presents 9 short films …

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Maker Bolder: Girls Explore Filmmaking

Oct. 20 – During this immersive and interactive event, Colorado documentarian Shantel Hansen will share her experiences making the documentary film …

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Linda Ronstadt: The Sound of My Voice

Oct. 23-26 – Since bursting onto the music scene in 1967, Linda Ronstadt has been an icon for more than 50 …

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Honeyland

Oct. 23-26 – The last female beehunter in Europe must save the bees and return the natural balance in Honeyland, when …

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Friday Night Weird: Rosemary’s Baby

Oct. 25 – In anticipation of Jack Hanley’s lecture on the History of Horror Film on Oct 27, we offer …

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Great Art on Screen: Gauguin in Tahiti

Oct. 27-28 –  Gaugin in Tahiti: Paradise Lost traces the legendary life story of Paul Gauguin who left France for …

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From Méliès to Midsommar: The History of Horror In Cinema

Oct. 27 – In this Special “How to Watch a Movie” Lecture, Jack Hanley explores the exciting intersection of “How …

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San Souci Festival of Dance in Cinema: “Locals Only Night”

Oct. 28 – Sans Souci loves our Colorado artists, and we think you should get to know them! This screening …

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Making Waves: The Art of Cinematic Sound

Oct. 30 – Nov. 2 – Making Waves: The Art of Cinematic Sound reveals the hidden power of sound in …

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Before You Know It

Oct. 30 – Nov. 2 –  Stage manager Rachel Gurner (Hannah Pearl Utt) still lives in her childhood apartment above …

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Friday Night Weird: Us

Nov. 1 –  In anticipation of your curiosity after Jack Hanley’s presentation on Oct 27, we offer this much-debated addition …

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Amores Perros

Nov. 4 – Three stories of life along the margins in Mexico City converge in this inventive thriller which won …

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  • 2590 Walnut Street
  • info@thedairy.org
  • 303.444.7328
  • 303.440.7826
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