LDS Church filmmaker Tucker Dansie recently turned the camera on himself for 30 days, eliminating caffeine from his diet and lowering his sugar intake, in order to raise awareness about obesity and mental health.
BYU students explained the worst fashion trend they have followed, the trend they want to come back and the trend they wish would say goodbye.
“Saturday’s Warrior” will premiere Wednesday, March 30, at the Megaplex 17 Theater in Sandy before it hits the big screen on Friday, on April 1. Movie producers hope to use the new movie to introduce their beloved story to younger generations.
LDS Film Festival celebrates its 15th year anniversary with wide variety of films, documentaries and competitions.
BYU Contemporary Dance Theatre will perform its most artistic performance of the year in four on-campus concerts at the Pardoe Theatre. Nathan Balser, Artistic Director of Contemporary Dance Theatre, described these performances as the group’s “most art-minded concert(s)” of the year.
The film “Highway to Dhampus” is coming to BYU with an added attraction: Bishnu Adhikari, a Nepalese humanitarian leader featured in the film “Meet the Mormons,” is attending the screening and conducting a Q&A session after the film in the HBLL auditorium.