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Robert Redford's love for Western lore and landscape, specifically his passion for the multi-cultural collision of Northern New Mexico, was so perfectly expressed by the music composed by Dave Grusin that it earned “The Milagro...
A Colorado native, CU alum, and Conference on World Affairs veteran, Dave Grusin is esteemed worldwide as a composer, pianist, arranger, producer, bandleader, and record label executive. With 10 Grammy wins and 80 nominations, eight...
A Colorado native, CU alum, and Conference on World Affairs veteran, Dave Grusin is esteemed worldwide as a composer, pianist, arranger, producer, bandleader, and record label executive. With 10 Grammy wins and 80 nominations, eight...

Boulder Jewish Film Festival: The Unorthodox

Date: March 5, 2020
Time: 1:00 pm
A populist political movement is born of one Sephardic man’s growing discontent with discrimination in this lively, insightful comic drama loosely based on the founding of Israel’s Shas party in 1986. Israel’s legendary...
The incredible double life of Moe Berg—an enigmatic sports legend who used his Major League catching career as a cover to spy for the US during WWII—reveals a fascinating period of American history. Veteran filmmaker Aviva...
A living genius, Walter Arlen figured deeply in American classical music, despite the fact that the openly gay, Jewish, exiled Viennese composer was in his 90s when his works were first performed. Forced to flee Austria in 1938, the...

Boulder Jewish Film Festival: Fig Tree

Date: March 6, 2020
Time: 3:30 pm
A turbulent teen love story unfolds during the 1989 civil war in Ethiopia in Aäläm-Wärqe Davidian’s semi-autobiographical drama of lost innocence. An Ethiopian Jew, the filmmaker fled to Israel as a girl and her...