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Film

Read up on movie reviews, film festivals, film school projects and more.

"Dolores" sign

‘Dolores’ delves into life of Latina activist

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The SLCCSA has been screening the documentary "Dolores" in recent weeks. Learn more about the film and its subject, labor and civil rights activist Dolores Huerta.

Laughter at South City

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Comedians of all experience levels attended the Salt Lake Comedy Festival held on June 1 and 2 at Salt Lake Community College South City Campus’ Grand Theatre.
Still from 'The Conjuring' featuring Lili Taylor

Movie review: ‘The Conjuring’ provides quality scares, but not without some problems

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Arts reporter Stephen Romney says "The Conjuring" is an imperfect but enjoyable horror flick. Click to read his review.
Egyptian Theatre lit up at night during Sundance

SLCC film students have opportunity for unique Sundance experience

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Film students at Salt Lake Community College get inspired interning for Utah Film Center during the 2020 Sundance Film Festival.

‘Easy A’ makes the grade

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At long last an intelligent teen comedy has decided to grace the theaters. Easy A may be the funniest teen comedy since Ferris Bueller's...
Justice League

Movie review: ‘Justice League’

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Court Casselman explains why he's had enough of the DC Extended Universe.
Sly Stone on stage

Sundance film in review: ‘Summer of Soul’

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Questlove's directorial debut "Summer of Soul" documents the 1969 Harlem Cultural Festival.
'Contagion' movie still

‘Contagion’ is the cold you want to catch

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There’s a word in German which best describes Contagion. The word is schadenfreude, and it means happiness at the misfortune of others. There’s something...

The Weekly Reel: Top 5 Films of 2012

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Arts reporter Stephen Romney gives his top 5 favorite films for 2012.
Movie theater

All you need to know to cash in on free movies

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Gofobo codes from 'The Globe' are one of many ways to get your film fix in the Salt Lake City area.
Young activists march with signs

Sundance film review: ‘Us Kids’ channels grief into activism

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"Us Kids" follows students in the aftermath of the mass shooting at Marjory Stoneman Douglas High School.

Robbery finds its home in ‘The Town’

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First time at bat Ben Affleck showed us he was no slouch as a director with the critically acclaimed Gone Baby Gone. His second...