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A still from "A Love Song For Latasha"

How to enjoy Sundance in Salt Lake City

The 2020 Sundance Film Festival begins this week. Check out some of the events happening in Salt Lake City.
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Local nonprofit focuses on film community

The Goldman Sachs 10,000 Small Businesses program offered a fresh perspective to the nonprofit Salt Lake Film Society.
Crowd gathers outside Egyptian Theatre during Sundance

Sundance 2020: How students can get involved

For students looking to take advantage of Sundance-related opportunities, the time to start looking is now.
Crowd gathers outside Egyptian Theatre during Sundance

Sundance on the horizon: don’t miss out

Beginning Tuesday, SLCC students can get deep discounts on tickets to Sundance Film Festival screenings.

Auditions play a vital role in student film productions

The SLCC film department recently held auditions for dozens of roles in student-produced films.

Actors wanted: SLCC Film Department looks to fill 100 roles

The SLCC Film Department is holding a casting call this week.
Mark Davis configures a camera

Scholarship honors late SLCC film professor

Although film professor Mark Davis died in 2016, he still supports film students at Salt Lake Community College through a scholarship fund established in his honor.
Moviegoers attend an outdoor screening

Sundance Institute hosts 22nd annual Summer Film Series

The Summer Film Series brings free Sundance movie screenings to several Utah cities.
Reproductive Justice Film Series graphic

SLCC screens films to highlight reproductive rights

The 2019 Reproductive Justice Film Series aims to focus on reproductive healthcare issues among low-income and minority communities.
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‘Avengers: Endgame’ student screening sells out

Student Life and Leadership offered tickets to an advance screening of "Avengers: Endgame," which sold out quickly.
Tom Hanks and Meryl Streep

Utah SPJ screens ‘The Post’ while exploring current state of news media

The Utah Headliners chapter of the Society of Professional Journalists recently hosted a free screening of ‘The Post’ at Brewvies Cinema Pub.
Fred Rogers

SLCC to screen heartwarming Mister Rogers documentary, ‘Won’t You Be My Neighbor?’

A free screening of “Won’t You Be My Neighbor?” will take place Feb. 27 at South City Campus.