Oct 202011

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Tahoe Reno International Film Festival Pays Tribute to Melissa Joan Hart

Incline Village, NV (PRWEB) August 25, 2006

Highlighting entertainment industry professionals whose life and work is a force for positive world change, the Tahoe-Reno International Film Festival (T-RIFF) today announced it will honor actor Melissa Joan Hart at this years festival.

Hart will be recognized for her conscious TV and film career during the past three decades. On Saturday, August 26th at 5:30 p.m. in the Alpine Showroom, at the Resort at Squaw Creek, the festival will pay tribute to her career. The short film she directed, Mute, will be screened that evening at 10:30 p.m. as part of the Thriller Series. Perhaps best known for her starring role on Sabrina, the Teenage Witch (1996-2003), Hart has had a full career in television, film and on the Broadway stage since she began acting at age four.

“I am excited about participating in this year’s festival and appreciate being recognized for my positive, family oriented approach to entertainment,” says Hart, an actress, singer, and Vice President of Hartbreak Films, a production company she runs with her mother. “After being offered many inappropriate film and television roles as a teenager, my mom and I created our own production company. This step helped me to focus on family friendly and socially conscious entertainment projects.” Now a young mother herself, her first child was born in January of this year, Hart is even more aware of the importance to produce television shows and film that teaches or empowers people while entertaining them.

Frederick Levy will host the tribute event. Levy, a board member of T-RIFF, guides the careers of actors, authors, screenwriters, and directors as the president of Management 101. Levy also develops and produces film and television, and has written four books about the entertainment industry, including The Hollywood Way.

The Tahoe/Reno International Film Festival (T-RIFF) offers a unique film festival experience that educates, touches hearts, inspires ideas, and connects audiences to the joy deep within their souls for film lovers from around the world. For the official T-RIFF event schedules, film times, and pass or ticket purchases, visit http://www.t-riff.org or call the Tahoe/Reno International Film Festival at 775.298.0018.

About Tahoe/Reno International Film Festival

The Tahoe/Reno International Film Festival (T-RIFF) is an elite destination dedicated to enriching community culture and raising awareness of quality films –both as an art form and a catalyst for positive social change. T-RIFF is a world class, multi-day international film festival in Northern Nevada, which supports unbridled freedom of artistic expression through year-round film screenings, TV production, and screenwriting courses. T-RIFF is the only competitive International Film Festival in Northern Nevada, attracting over 1,000 film submissions from filmmakers around the world each year.

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Oct 122011

Bluegreen Vegas Resort, Bluegreen Club 36 Prepares for 2011 Vegas Cine Fest Film Festival

Bluegreen Vegas Resort, Bluegreen Club 36 Prepares for 2011 Vegas Cine Fest Film Festival

Boca Raton, FL (PRWEB) August 25, 2011

Bluegreen Corporation (NYSE: BXG), a leading provider of Colorful Places to Live and Play, today announced its Las Vegas resort, Bluegreen Club 36, is a prime location for owners to stay while attending the Vegas Cine Fest Film Festival and Awards event, August 25-27, 2011.

Hosted by the Vegas Film Society, the Vegas Cine Fest Film Festival was created to help foster and encourage young, independent film writers and artists. The purpose of the festival is to provide a platform for artists to share their stories and work with the local community. Located at the Tropicana Hotel and Casino, the 2011 Vegas Cine Film Festival and Awards is a three-day event where attendees can preview films and discover new talent in the film industry.

Bluegreen owners, who would like to attend the 2011 Vegas Cine Film Festival and Awards, will be fortunate with where they will be staying. Bluegreen Club 36 is just a short distance from the Tropicana and is strategically located at latitude 36 degrees north (hence its name), a few blocks off the brilliant Vegas Strip. Its location puts resort owners within steps to Vegas’ main attractions.

“The 2011 Vegas Cine Film Festival and Awards should provide an artistic atmosphere and vibe for our owners,” said Alex Canales, Regional Vice President for Bluegreen Corporation. “Our Bluegreen travel guides will be able to help with directions to this great vacation experience.”


Founded in 1966 and headquartered in Boca Raton, FL, Bluegreen Corporation (NYSE: BXG) is the leader in providing Colorful Places to Live and Play through its vacation ownership resort and residential real estate business segments. Our more than 3,500 employees are passionate about delivering extraordinary experiences for our owners, travelers and business partners. Since 1996, Bluegreen has managed, marketed and sold a flexible, real estate-based vacation ownership plan with more than 160,000 owners, over 54 owned or managed resorts, and access to more than 4,000 resorts worldwide. Since 1985, Bluegreen Communities has developed master-planned residential and golf communities primarily in the southern and southeastern U.S., and has sold over 55,000 homesites. We also offer a portfolio of comprehensive, turnkey, fee-for-service resort management, financial services, customer generation and sales solutions to third-party developers and lenders. For more information, visit us online at http://www.bluegreencorp.com. See what Bluegreen owners are saying on Facebook or follow us on Twitter.

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Oct 082011

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Round Two in Deep Ellum: Festival Winners Vale and Osborne are Back With The Sequel

Dallas, TX (PRWEB) November 16, 2005

After reviewing the list of 2005 short films, writer/producer Eric Vale of Five Ton Ed Productions and director Brad Osborne of Innuendo Films have discovered that their latest project, ‘Sole Possessions,’ has been selected for the Deep Ellum Film Festival (DEF) in Dallas. The film is the sequel to ‘Interstate,’ which won ‘Best in Texas Short’ at the festival in 2004. ‘Sole Possessions’ received its official world premiere at the New York City Horror Film Festival in October of this year.

‘Sole Possessions’ stars Elise Baughman (Dragon Ball GT, Kiddy Grade) as a woman who discovers – through a seemingly romantic dinner conversation – that she’s nothing more than a figment of her companion’s imagination. Dameon Clarke (A Scanner Darkly, The Alamo, Secondhand Lions) is her controlling boyfriend, a character who fabricates individuals on an as-needed basis. Over the course of the meal, a frightening truth is revealed as the film’s heroine struggles to remember how she became a victim of deception. “What if your life, your thoughts, your very existence were all imagined?” states Vale. ’Sole Possessions’ examines the human psyche, taking the phrase “This can’t be real…” to the extreme.

In addition to his career as a writer for anime television and videogame projects, Dallas-native Eric Vale produced ‘Indefinitely’ in 2001 and wrote/produced ‘Interstate’ in 2004. Director Brad Osborne has worked with Vale on multiple short film and feature film projects. The duo has plans to create a third production that will complete the ‘Interstate’ trilogy and is currently producing ‘The Dying Breed,’ a feature film.

A part of DEF’s ‘Shorts Block 5,’ ‘Sole Possessions’ will be screened at 7:30pm on Monday, November 21st at the Landmark Magnolia Theater in Dallas’s West Village.

For more information regarding ‘Interstate,’ ‘Sole Possessions,’ or Innuendo Films, please visit http://www.innuendofilms.com. For information about the Deep Ellum Film Festival, visit http://www.def2.org. For media and public relations enquiries, contact Christina Alexandra at 214.642.5935.


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Oct 072011

by Dallas Film Society Images

Shanghai, with its colorful lights and vibrant ambiance, is undoubtedly one of the worlds leading cities and among the most populated in China. Its historical treats and intriguing sites do not fail to present a thrilling experience for the eager traveller. Among its fine attractions, witness one of the largest and most glamorous film festivals in Asia, known as the Shanghai International Film Festival (SIFF). Founded in the year 1993, it is famous for being China’s only A- category international film festival accredited by the FIAPF.

Held in June each year, the Shanghai International Film Festival is an event in which filmmakers and visitors world wide take pride in attending. With the growth of the Chinese film industry, this has become an international platform where four main programs are held. This includes competition which consists of the ‘Golden Goblet Award’ and the ‘Asian New Talent Award’. These awards aim to inspire new talent as well as creativity and the competition is judged by exceptional celebrities around the globe.

Another program called ‘SIFF Mart’ is one made up of China Film Pitch, Catch (CFPC Film Market), and Co-production Film Pitch and Catch (Co-FPC). It is the most specialized film trade launch and attracts international buyers, producers and distributers. It helps in attracting potential investors to film projects and also helps in discovering fresh skills. Furthermore, the SIF forum which follows the principle ‘China’s way and worlds value’ serves the industry and is considered to be the most significant platform. It is divided into four parts, namely the Keynote Seminar, President Lecture, Master Class and Round Table. In addition, there is the International Film Panorama which includes sections known as Official selection, Global Village, Tribute to Masters, View China and Spectrum. There are diverse styles seen in the films that are presented in this section and it presents an opportunity to make the public and media aware of the latest in international cinema.

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Sep 302011

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Surreal Film Short ‘The Crooked Eye’ Has Los Angeles Premiere in Dances With Films Independent Film Festival

The Crooked Eye

Los Angeles, CA (PRWEB) June 6, 2009

“The Crooked Eye,” the latest film short from film and television character actor, D.C. Douglas, will have its Los Angeles premiere on June 9, 2009 at 5 p.m. at Laemmle’s Sunset 5 as a part of the Dances With Films Independent Film Festival. Chosen by the festival to be a part of an exclusive block of CGI shorts, the film will be discussed by a panel from the Visual Effects Society prior to the screening. Tickets are $ 12 and can be purchased via the Dances With Films website.

Dances With Films supports and celebrates the true independent film spirit by mandating that only films without celebrity actors, writers, directors or producers will be selected for festival competition. Though the film is narrated by Academy Award Winner Linda Hunt, “The Crooked Eye” was accepted due to the independent nature of the production, which was adapted for the screen, directed, produced, edited and financed by D.C. Douglas. In addition to Mr. Douglas, only three talented visual effects technicians, led by Pency Kinnard, created the CGI environment of the 19-minute film.

Starring Fay Masterson (“Eyes Wide Shut” with Tom Cruise) and Katherine Boecher (NBC’s “Heroes”), “The Crooked Eye” spends a day in the life of Sharon (Ms. Masterson) as she struggles with a recent divorce and a current perception problem.

Part live action, part animation, the film dreamily weaves between past and present, delicately painting a psychological portrait of a troubled woman. “The Crooked Eye” is a visually stunning adaptation of Betty Malicoat’s short story of the same name.

Having already played the 26th Miami International Film Festival and the 40th Nashville Film Festival, “The Crooked Eye” is now playing up and down the West Coast this month, most notably at the prestigious Palm Springs International ShortFest at the end of June. Only five months into its festival run, the film has already become an official selection of eleven festivals.

Aside from personal film endeavors, D.C. Douglas is primarily known for his on-camera and voice over work. His high profile projects include NBC’s “Boston Common” and the celebrity GEICO campaigns with the likes of Little Richard, Joan Rivers and the late Don Lafontaine.

For more information on “The Crooked Eye,” visit the official website. For information about D.C. Douglas, visit D.C. Douglas’ Film and TV website and voice over website.



“The Crooked Eye” will soon be available for rent via IndiePix Films and iTunes. You can purchase a DVD from the Amazon movies section for only $ 10.99.



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Sep 282011
Entry rules

Canadian film/video makers, producers and distributors are invited to submit their original work to the 2008 Yorkton Short Film & Video Festival Inc. competition for the Golden Sheaf Awards. Canadian productions 60 minutes and under will be accepted to the National Competition. A Canadian production is defined as any production which would qualify as a certified production under the current regulations applied by the Department of Communications. All entries must have been completed in the period between February 15, 2007 and February 15, 2008 and not have been entered in a previous Golden Sheaf Awards competition. The final decision regarding interpretation of the rules and regulations including the eligibility of any production for admission into the competition will be the responsibility of the Festival.

Select only one (1) category in which to enter your production.


The Golden Sheaf Award of Excellence, will be presented to the most outstanding production of the Festival. Awards will be presented to winners in those categories which receive nominations.

If you wish your submission to also be considered for any of the following three awards, please indicate this in the appropriate line on your submission form; an additional fee of $ 10 per category applies:

Best Director (Fiction)
Presented to the director(s) of a dramatic production.

Best Director (Non Fiction)
Presented to the director(s) of a documentary or other factual production.

Research This award recognizes the contribution and role of the researcher in documentary production. It can be awarded for content/story research and/or archival stock shot research.

All entries are eligible for the following cash awards:

Best of Saskatchewan Sponsored by SASKFILM – All Saskatchewan produced entries will be eligible for a special Best of Saskatchewan Cash Award of $ 750. (Must meet Saskatchewan Point Structure).
Note: If this entry is eligible for the Best Of Saskatchewan Award, please mail two (2) copies of the tape or DVD with your submission package.

The Founder’s Award (formerly the Antoinette (Nettie) Kryski Canadian Heritage Award) – A $ 500 cash award and plaque in memory of the founding members of the Yorkton Festival, will be presented to an outstanding production exemplifying historical Canadian people or events.

The National Film Board Kathleen Shannon Award of $ 1,000 will be presented to an independent filmmaker whose production provided an opportunity for people outside the dominant culture to speak for themselves.

SCN Award of $ 500 is sponsored by SASKATCHEWAN COMMUNICATIONS NETWORK for the most outstanding Documentary POV production.

Jury Awards will be presented at the adjudicator’s discretion.


All entrants nominated for a Golden Sheaf Award will be notified immediately following the jury process and will receive a nomination certificate. Check Website for Nominations after April 14, 2008.


A qualified jury, selected by the Festival, will judge the entries. Awards may not be given in categories where, in the opinion of the jury, the entries do not merit distinction. No entrant will be allowed to attend any jury session.

Technical requirements

  1. Productions 60 minutes or under will be accepted.
  2. Videos must be on 1/2″ VHS or DVD.
  3. Productions may be colour or black and white, sound or silent.
  4. A segment of a television program which has a title, credits and is a self-contained unit will be regarded as an eligible entry.
  5. To ensure the best possible presentation of entries, there should be no commercials, commercial blacks, or commercial countdowns in the production.
  6. Entries in languages other than English must provide an English script or English subtitles.
  7. The quality of the production copy entered (sound and visual) is the responsibility of the entrant.
  8. Any portions of the script, sound track and footage that are from previously published materials must be identified.

Shipping & handling

Entries must be shipped prepaid. Entries will not be returned unless a $ 10 shipping & handling fee is included.


The Festival accepts the responsibility for the safekeeping of all productions submitted for competition which are in its care or control. The compensation for possible damage to a production will in no case be greater than the cost of making another copy in the format submitted. The Festival provides insurance for loss or damage to films or video tapes to a maximum value of $ 400 or the cost of replacement, whichever is less.

Publicity and promotion

Festival officials reserve the right to use the electronic media portions of entries accepted for competition to promote the Festival. The Festival officials reserve the right to screen the entries on local cable television within the Yorkton area and within a closed-circuit system in hotel facilities at Festival time.


A program of Golden Sheaf Award winning productions may be taken on tour following the Festival to selected Canadian centres.

Entry procedure

Entry fee is $ 75.00 per entry (GST included). Entry fee is non-refundable and must be submitted with entry form.
Special Awards: There will be a charge of $ 10.00 per category.

Entry form, fee and production must be postmarked no later than midnight February 22, 2008. Entries postmarked after this date will not be accepted. The entry fee is non-refundable. Entry fee must be submitted with entry form.

Acceptance of rules

Submission of a signed entry form for each production shall signify that the entrant agrees to be bound by the rules and regulations of the Yorkton Short Film & Video Festival Inc. Once entry forms and fees are received, registration begins. Even though the production may not have been received, it is considered entered and NO REFUND WILL BE MADE.

Yorkton Short Film & Video Festival
49 Smith Street East
Yorkton, Saskatchewan, Canada S3N 0H4
Telephone: (306) 782-7077
Fax: (306) 782-1550
E-mail: info@goldensheafawards.com

Make cheque payable to: Yorkton Short Film & Video Festival

Evelyn Cherry Memorial Bursary

At the discretion of the Yorkton Short Film & Video Festival Committee, where there is a demonstrated need, certain costs may be covered for nominees to attend the Festival.


The Festival provides an on demand screening centre called Mini-Cinema. Festival participants, distributors, specialty network representatives and buyers, as well as the general public, are invited to screen all Festival entries. Entrants are encouraged to attend the Festival to promote and sell their productions in person. Please send a ½” VHS or DVD copy of your production for use at the Mini-Cinema screening centre.

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Sep 222011
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by Profound Whatever

It’s a two week film festival in Dallas scheduling films from 10 countries including; China, Hong Kong, Japan, Malaysia, South Korea, Taiwan, Thailand and Vietnam. This year’s event is the 10th annual Asian film fare that includes a variety of genres and film styles, from action epics and crime dramas to charming romantic comedies and eclectic ruminations on the meaning of life. Movie fans can beat the heat with two weeks of films by taking Dallas flights. It’s not just a film festival but it provides audiences a combination of cinema and cultural experiences. This fare is proud to once again offer a fiery palette of movie options to Dallas enthusiasts with some thing for every one’s interest including; gangsters, aliens, monstrous wildlife, ninja, geisha, sexy ladies, math geniuses, farmers, sharks, young lovers, ghosts, pickpockets, taxi drivers, shipyard workers,  zombies, ballet dancers, wolves, and much more.


These films were screened at the Landmark Magnolia and the Angelika Film Center in Dallas. This place is very easy to find after you take your  flights to Dallas  as The Magnolia Theater is located at 3699 McKinney Avenue Dallas, Texas. The two weeks of festival entertained audiences more than their expectations as they include; more than twenty five contemporary features and several short programs highlighting promising Asian and Asian-American filmmakers and artists. With the passage of time this event has grown to become the South’s largest showcase of Asian and Asian American cinema, and has provided nearly 300 Asian and Asian American filmmakers and documentarians to share their vision. If you take your cheap flights to Dallas to attend this festival you will be able to watch every type of film including; horror films, samurai epics, anime, and comedy film.


This is the largest Asian-themed film festival in the southwestern United States held every year in the month of July and August. The two weeks of the festival showcase 25-30 feature films and 20 short films to entertain audiences that come to Dallas form America and from other countries by taking flights to Dallas Texas. Artists created brilliantly complex facsimiles from all aspects of nature, as well as abstract models. It also provided festival goers a chance to experience other lives and cultures without leaving their seats. Asian Film Festival is a nonprofit organization dedicated to celebrating and supporting emerging and established Asian and Asian-American filmmakers and capturing audiences from world wide destinations to Dallas including flights to Dallas from UK.

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Sep 062011

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Two Short Films Scored by Aryavarta Kumar to be Played at Look at My Shorts III Festival in Columbus, Ohio

Cleveland, OH (PRWEB) February 24, 2006

The 3rd Semi-Annual Look At My Shorts Film Festival in Columbus Ohio has selected two short films scored by Aryavarta Kumar (Arya) to play on Sunday February 26, 2006. The two films – “Going Postal” and “Rubble” were invited and made

official selections this year by the directors of the independent film festival.

In attendance at the festival will be many central Ohio filmmakers and film enthusiasts including a group from Cleveland Ohio. The four hour program will begin at 4pm and promises to be a great networking opportunity. Aryavarta Kumar, who will be in attendance, commented “It

will be wonderful to meet filmmakers and showcase my collaborations with Johnny [Wu] and Christine [Chapman].”

Information about the two films:

Going Postal

Media Design Imaging

Written by Pamela Merkys

Directed by Johnny K. Wu


Killer Squirrel Productions

Directed by Christine Chapman

About Look at My Shorts III Festival

The 3rd semi annual Look at My Shorts III Festival will take place from 4PM-8PM on February 26th, 2006 at the Screens theatre at the Continent in Columbus Ohio. The festival was started by Award Winning Director Peter John Ross. Visit http://lookatmyshorts.sonnyboo.com for more information.

About Aryavarta Kumar

Award Winning Composer Aryavarta Kumar is currently the most in-demand independent film score composer in Cleveland Ohio. He has written music for several feature-length and short films, plays, commercials, and new

media applications and in mid-2005, along with the cast and crew of A Joker’s Card, he won a Silver Telly Award. He also performs original music live improvisations at special events. For more information please

visit http://www.aryavartakumar.com

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Sep 042011
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by mediagrouptv

A highly popular and celebrated event, the Los Angeles Film Festival is a world class movie gala that showcases some of the most critically-acclaimed filmmakers, critics, film industry professionals and new talent from other countries. Recognized as a world class event, it is held every year in the month of June in Westwood Village, California, and focuses on the best of American and international cinema for a period of 10 days.

Anticipated crowds for this year’s Festival, which is from 18th to 28th June 2009, are expected to be over 100,000 people as streams of movie lovers from all over the world come together to celebrate it. The main part of this exciting Festival is made up of over 100 feature films, 100 short films and approximately 50 music videos that originate from about 40 different countries. These films run alongside major premieres that feature popular stars, seminars, panels and outdoor screenings.

Highlights of the Festival include the exclusive Filmmaker Retreat that is hosted by the Festival’s annual Guest Director, and the Spirit of Independence Award ceremony and bash. A popular highlight among the younger audience is the short film features that are produced by high school students and the music video section.

At the end of the festival, popular awards that are handed out include the Audience Award for Best Narrative Feature, Audience Award for Best Documentary Feature, Best Narrative Short Film, Best Documentary Short Film and Best Animated/Experimental Short Film. Some of the more prizy awards given out carry a cash prize of ,000 and include categories such the Target Filmmaker Award for Best Narrative Feature and the Target Filmmaker Award for Best Documentary Feature.

If you are a movie lover, this event is the right place for you to come and experience the joy of movies together with thousands of other movie lovers. Visitors looking to stay at one of the hotels in Pasadena in Los Angeles should consider the luxurious and elegant Langham Hotel Pasadena which is an ideal base to frequent this Festival.

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Aug 292011
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by ryanoelke

It’s an annual film festival that takes place in Salt Lake City, Utah, Charlotte U.S.A. It comprises of competition of American and international, dramatic and documentary, long and short films. It is providing a platform for American and international film makers. A large number of visitors take flights to Salt Lake City to attend this fair presented by the Salt Lake City Film Center and the Salt Lake Film Society. It has introduced American audiences to some of the most innovative films of the past two decades. In addition to American audiences it greatly attracts global audience through the streaming of short films, filmmaker interviews, and current news and box office information. Usually the festival premieres just one film, but this year it’s three: a dramatic film, a documentary and a series of shorts.


In vicinity of the Fare location there are many other attractions to entertain visitors such as world class skiing, restaurants, and plenty of other entertainment opportunities. Every year thousands of film fan take cheap flights to Salt Lake Cityto join this event. Films are showcased several times a week at different locations in and around Salt Lake City. Not only general public but also many celebrities come to the city to join these festivities. The most unique aspect to Sundance is that it takes place in a small high mountain town of Park City in the middle of winter. It is noted that most of the films coming out of Hollywood reflecting the interests of Hollywood.  Starting as a premier film Festival Sundance has now grown to include film culture events, panel discussions, youth programs, online exhibition, and live music. By attracting both locals and cheap Salt Lake City flights takers this fair creates a vibrant, unique community of artists and audiences that extends well beyond the mountains of Park City, Utah.


Important Information:

The Sundance Film Festival takes place over ten days each January in and around Park City, Utah. It focused primarily on the presentation of retrospective films and filmmaker seminars but with the passage of time it featured a national competition aimed at drawing attention to new American films made outside the Hollywood system. Visitors take cheap flights to Salt Lake City Utah Charlotte to get an exciting experience of film atmosphere. The screenings of festival take place at Salt Lake Society’s Tower Theatre,  876 East 900 South Salt Lake City, UT 84105.  Tickets can be purchased at the box office centers in Park City and Salt Lake City or at the film festival’s website. If you are taking cheap flights to Salt Lake City from UK or other place you can get all information about lodging, shuttles, and film schedules from the signs and booths placed there for festival attendees.

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