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Sundance and Slamdance Film Festivals Cancel In-Person Screenings for 2022

Well, it’s official. We just can’t have nice things these days. That dastardly old Omicron variant has given COVID a whole new flavor to kick off 2022, and the surge it’s set...

Merry Geekmas: What to Watch This Holiday Season

This December, as we’re all sitting around wondering what to watch this holiday season, we do not have to submit ourselves and our families to another viewing of A Christmas Story. Instead,...

Sundance and Slamdance Announce 2022 Lineups for Dueling Park City Film Festivals

Sundance and Slamdance have released the lineups for their 2022 film festivals. The dueling events—one which has grown since its inception into an international spectacle and the other which adheres strictly to...

New Documentary ‘KEEP SWEET’ Shows FLDS Life After Warren Jeffs

Keep sweet is a familiar mantra among the members of the Fundamentalist Church of Latter-day Saints (FLDS, a sect that broke off from The Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints and...

Learn More About Movies and TV Shows Filming in Utah

When it comes to film locations, Utah has it all: mountains, deserts, even an island—not a tropical island, but it still counts. It’s no wonder so many production companies choose to film in...

Park City Film Welcomes Audiences Back For In-Person Screenings

After a year of enduring shuttered theaters, delayed release dates and countless wasted hours scrolling through obscure streaming titles, audiences in Park City are finally being welcomed back to theaters. Park City...

Sundance 2021: ‘Wild Indian’

Lyle Mitchell Corbine Jr.'s first feature, Wild Indian, opens with a brief historical sequence, tracking the final days, maybe moments, in the life of an Ojibwe man, stricken with smallpox. He's weak...

Sundance 2021: ‘John and the Hole’

John is the quintessential child of white privilege. His family of four is more than comfortable in their modernist house and no one ever feels the need to talk about the labor...

Sundance 2021: ‘The Pink Cloud’

So, it could be worse. We could be confined entirely to our homes, windows and doors shut tight, a candy colored airborne toxic event spreading just outside, killing anyone exposed to it...

Sundance 2021: ‘Cryptozoo’

Dash Shaw's adult animated feature Cryptozoo is a visually dazzling if somewhat familiar tale of the risks and ethical challenges of intervening in, managing and preserving wildlife. In this case, though, the...

Sundance 2021: ‘Misha and the Wolves’

Nazis took Misha Defonseca’s parents away, and, at 7 years old, she made her way through miles of wilderness in hopes of finding them—or so the story goes. Misha and the Wolves...

Sundance 2021: ‘Mother Schmuckers’

Brothers Issachar and Zabulon are jackasses. And if Jackass-style jokes and crude comedy are what you need to purge your cynicism over the last year, Sundance selection Mother Schmuckers, which follows the...

Sundance 2021: ‘One for the Road’

Thai director Baz Poonpiriya's One for the Road is a lush road film, a buddy picture, a romantic comedy, an epic melodrama, a story of betrayal—or three, more or less—and the struggle...

Film Review: “Wolf of Snow Hollow” Terrorizes Wasatch Mountains

Tis the season for spooky movies, and a locally shot film recently made available for purchase on several streaming services is here to save us from coronavirus-induced boredom by scaring us while...

Slamdance Film Festival Leaving Park City for 2021

The Slamdance Film Festival will not be staged in Park City in 2021, but will instead take place in Joshua Tree, California and online from January 22-28, 2021. For more than two...

Movie Night at Redman: Play it Again, Please!

What a glorious thing is a full-size movie screen! I've become so accustomed to TV- and computer-sized viewing, the sight of those giant images kind of took my breath away. I'm not...
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