Creativity, expression and inspiration mark the School of Arts, Communication and Media.
Angela Rosales Challis submitted two films to the 8th annual SLCCSA Film Festival.
The college’s new film club gave Mountain Crest High School students a tour of the Center for Arts and Media and its facilities.
Tamara Brune-Wharton gathers feedback from Sundance Film Festival guests about their overall experience at the Grand Theatre.
Hear from the man who started the conversation about bringing the Sundance Film Festival to Salt Lake Community College. Ana Maria Durango has the story.
One film that debuted at The Grand last weekend has a strong Utah connection. Matthew A Smith has more on this story.
Learn about the lengthy process that brought Sundance to Salt Lake Community College.
SLCC’s Film Production Technician program prepares students for work in the highly competitive film industry. Reporter Aldo Gomez brings you the details.
SLCC student Juliet Devette was recently accepted into the University of Southern California’s Film Program. Tamara Brune-Wharton sits down with Devette to learn more about her many talents and where her life has taken her.
Read about the winning entries from the 7th annual SLCCSA Film Festival.
Students from SLCC had 48 hours to write, direct, star in and film a movie from start to finish.
The 48 Hour Film Project comes to Salt Lake City inviting any and all film makers to enter the competition.