2017: The year’s top moments in arts and entertainment

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2017: The year’s top moments in arts and entertainment

Looking back at what made us laugh, cry and think in Durango and beyond
Durango middle-schooler Aiden Hurley made his directorial debut with his short film “18 Frames” in December.

2017: The year’s top moments in arts and entertainment

Durango middle-schooler Aiden Hurley made his directorial debut with his short film “18 Frames” in December.

2017: The year’s top moments in arts and entertainment

Dweezil Zappa brought his “50 Years of Frank” show to the Community Concert Hall at Fort Lewis College in August.

2017: The year’s top moments in arts and entertainment

Music in the Mountains lost founder Mischa Semanitzky on Dec. 3.

2017: The year’s top moments in arts and entertainment

Daniel Kaluuya stars in Jordan Peele’s movie “Get Out.”

2017: The year’s top moments in arts and entertainment

Elisabeth Moss plays Offred in “The Handmaid’s Tale.” Moss portrays one of the few remaining fertile women in the cruel futuristic dystopia of Gilead, a totalitarian society where human rights are trampled and this special caste of women is forced into sexual servitude in a desperate attempt to repopulate a ravaged world.

2017: The year’s top moments in arts and entertainment

The Academy of Motion Pictures Arts and Science announced Dec. 6 that it had adopted its first code of conduct for its more than 8,400 members. The move by the organization that bestows the Oscars comes after the film academy expelled Harvey Weinstein in October in the wake of sexual harassment and abuse allegations leveled against him.

2017: The year’s top moments in arts and entertainment

Violist Jiah Kyun won the Conservatory Music in the Mountains top award in 2017.

2017: The year’s top moments in arts and entertainment

Sally Hawkins, left, and Doug Jones star in Guillermo del Toro’s Cold War fantasy tale “The Shape of Water.”

2017: The year’s top moments in arts and entertainment

Edward Parks stars as Steve Jobs in “The (R)evolution of Steve Jobs” at the Santa Fe Opera.

2017: The year’s top moments in arts and entertainment

Courtesy of Rotten Tomatoes

“78/52: Hitchcock’s Shower Scene” examines the iconic scene in the movie “Psycho.’
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