First Person Cinema is the longest running university program in the world screening avant-garde film and video work. It was started in 1955 by Carla Selby and Gladney Oakley under the name "The Experimental Cinema Group", and was later carried forward by Bruce Conner and Stan Brakhage. Now called First Person Cinema, the program invites film/video artists to Boulder to present their work in person with the intention of bringing an awareness of the personal cinema. First Person Cinema has become a highly respected international showcase and was programmed by Don Yannacito from 1965 to 2021. It is now programmed collaboratively by the Moving Image Arts faculty.

All screenings are in the Visual Arts Complex 1B20 at 7 PM unless otherwise noted. Admission is free.