Celebrities, cosplayers, fans attend FanX pop culture and comic convention

FanX Salt Lake, formerly known as Salt Lake Comic Con, brought geeks, nerds and fans alike together to celebrate pop culture and cosplay.

Sundance Film Festival plans 2023 in-person return

The Sundance Film Festival announces that after two years of meeting remotely, audiences can gather together once again, with both in-person screenings and online elements being offered.

Film students empower women with the FEMME project

For seven years, Utah Valley University has been putting on the Females Empowered by Movie Making Experiences or FEMME project, which involves a student-led cast and crew comprised only of women.

Streaming services challenge the future of movie theaters

In the future, going to the movies is going to be like going to the opera; a special occasion where you put on a nice suit and make an evening out of it. At least that's what David Sterritt, a film critic, said he remembers someone saying almost 20 years ago. Now in 2022, it doesn't seem to be the most far-fetched idea.

BYU Deaf community reacts to Oscar-winning ‘CODA’

Members of the BYU Deaf community shared their thoughts on disabilities and how they related to — as well as felt frustrated by — Oscar Best Picture winner "CODA."

LDS Film Festival reaches member, nonmember audiences

Actors and filmmakers showcased their work at the LDS Film Festival at the Scera Center for the Arts in Orem, Utah. The program's new owners announced the festival's name will change to the Zion International Film Festival by the end of the year.
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