The weather along Colorado’s Front Range is predicted to be more spring-like than fall-like this weekend. With temps in the mid-70s, it will be a great weekend to stroll the streets of Denver or take the family on a bike ride in the foothills. Whatever you do, I recommend getting outside! From soccer to art, there’s a lot going on this weekend. As a reminder HeidiTown is not a calendar
s The stars will be out in Fort Collins, Colorado this weekend at the TriMedia Film Festival. Find out who, when and where you can rub shoulders with these industry people by reading this preview of the event.
Babies are definitely popular these days, and now they have invaded the theater. You may be looking forward to “Iron Man 2,” but I promise your Mom would rather go to “Babies.” This new documentary, directed by Thomas BalmÃ©s, follows four babies from around the world – San Francisco, Nambia, Tokyo, Mongolia – from birth to their first steps. The cultural differences will be apparent, but so will the similarities
Rated G Directed by Jacque Cluzaud and Jacque Perrin Narrated by Pierce Bronson Heidi’s Illustrious Review: 4.5/5 Word of Warning: No warning. I think everyone, including children, should see this movie. I have had a special bond with the ocean since childhood. In fact, I was born in a Southern Oregon hospital that is perched high on a hilltop overlooking the Pacific. The ocean is something I’ve always loved and
Lyric Cinema Cafe is hosting the first Annual Local Food Festival, by featuring three food-related documentaries and presenting a farmers market featuring delicious, healthy, locally grown foods. The Farmer’s Market runs Wednesday, August 26, from 3:30 to 7:30 p.m. “Food Inc.” is the main feature. This American-made documentary sheds light on large-scale agricultural food production in the United States. You will never look at food the same way again. “Pressure
A new documentary receiving critical acclaim was filmed by Boulder-based photographer Louie Psihoyos. Psihoyos, a twenty-year veteran as a National Geographic photographer, made “The Cove,” with activist and former Flipper trainer, Ric O’Berry. Because of Psihoyos Boulder connection, several other members of his team (he calls them “pirates”) were also from Colorado. The documentary was much-loved at the Sundance Film Festival in January 2009, where it received the Audience Award.
New documentary wows the critics. Find out if I agree – read my review HERE.
I encourage everyone to see this documentary. Read why here: Young@Heart