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Aspen Art Museum


Movies at the Museum

  • Jun 20

    • Six actors embody different aspects of Bob Dylan’s life and work, offering insight into the complex musician. The nontraditional narrative reveals that there is no one single iteration of the artist.

  • Jul 11

    • Writing about your hero is not always easy. In this poignant, dramatic recounting of a five-day interview of acclaimed novelist David Foster Wallace by fan/Rolling Stone reporter David Lipsky, the aborted profile becomes an unexpected, highly personal eulogy.

  • Jul 25

    • On his way to school, Bastian ducks into a bookstore to avoid bullies and finds a book called The Neverending Story. As the fantastical story unfolds, Bastian reads a description of himself in the book and realizes he must enter the book in order to save the magic kingdom of Fantasia.

  • Aug 9

    • Agnès Varda, a leading figure of French New Wave cinema, and JR, a photographer and muralist, have two things in common: a passion for connecting with people and places. After meeting in 2015, they undertook a journey that began in nostalgia and ended in a new friendship.

  • Aug 22

    • Before rapper M.I.A. became a global sensation and political activist for the Tamil people, she was an aspiring filmmaker. First-time documentarian Stephen Loveridge uses first-hand material to craft a nuanced, intimate portrait of a woman finding her roots, voice, and stardom, and ultimately finding a way to represent her multilayered story.