Spring 2017 Film & Conversations @ CAM
4/5
Free and Open to the Public
Screenings begin at 7 PM in the South City Campus Screening Room
 

Come explore classic films at the SLCC Center for Arts and Media! Each screening will be followed by a discussion with SLCC faculty. Presented in partnership with Salt Lake Film Society.

A television network cynically exploits a deranged former anchor's ravings and revelations about the news media for its own profit. (121 min., R)

The South City Campus Screening Room is located at 1575 South State Street at the Center for Arts and Media. 

Wednesday 4/5 
SLFS @ The Post Theater
Free and Open to the Public | No Tickets Required
Screenings begin at 7:00 PM
 
A teen artist living in 1970s San Francisco enters into an affair with her mother's boyfriend.
 

24 Frames a Second is a new series with Utah Presents and the Salt Lake Film Society at the Post Theatre on the U of U campus. Screenings are free and will be on the first Wednesdays of the month when school is in session.

The Post Theater is located at 245 South Fort Douglas Blvd.  Any questions? Contact at 801-948-0631.  

Tuesday 3/20
Broadway
Starts at 7:00 PM
Free Admission
 

Live music at 6:30 provided by Watabe Violin Studio.
Talk/performance begins promptly at 7 PM in the theatre.

KUED and the Salt Lake Film Society invite you to an advance screening of a new documentary, "Violins of Hope: Strings of the Holocaust." The film highlights an Israeli violinmaker’s efforts to restore violins recovered from the Holocaust — including some that were last played by Jewish prisoners in Nazi concentration camps. Narrated by Academy Award-winner Adrien Brody.

Former Utah Symphony associate concertmaster & author Gerald Elias will provide a brief performance and talk before the film in the theatre, and KUED will be giving away tickets to upcoming performances from the The Chamber Music Society of Salt Lake City and NOVA Chamber Music Seriesto lucky winners.

Come enjoy an evening of beautiful music and learn about this fascinating subject!

The screening is free, but seating is limited.
Tickets available at Broadway Centre Cinemas at 11 AM the day of the event.

Tower
FREE
Monday 4/3
7 p.m.

In collaboration with Westminster College, this innovative program pairs a classic film with a lecture by a film student from the college. On the first Monday of the month there will be a FREE screening at Tower that is open to the public.

Moving story of a young boy who, left without attention, delves into a life of petty crime. (99 min, R)

 

Broadway; FREE
Tues 4/4, Wed 4/5, Thurs 4/6
All films are in Czech with English subtitles

Opening night film DEVIL’S MISTRESS will screen with director Q&A to follow.

Don’t miss this three-day program of the newest and best in Czech Cinema. For more information on each film, view Full Summary below. Showtimes are listed below.

Tuesday April 4
7:00 PM DEVIL’S MISTRESS
dir. Filip Renc
A film about the black-and-white era actress Lída Baarová and her doomed love affair.  (2016, 106 min.)
 
Wednesday April 5
5:00 pm I, OLGA HEPNAROVA
dir. Petr Kazda, Tomás Weinreb

"My verdict is: I, Olga Hepnarová, the victim of your bestiality, sentence you to death penalty." Those were the famous words of the 22-year-old mass murderer Olga Hepnarová, who in 1973 drove a truck into a group of innocent people in Prague. (2016, 105 min.)

7:00 pm SNAKE BROTHERS
dir. Jan Prusinovský

Brothers Grass and Cobra Snake feel unable to build up a life to be satisfied with. Grass, unemployed and still without a girl, does not know how to escape from the shadow of his druggie and troublemaker brother Cobra. (2016, 106 min.)

9:00 pm TEACHER
dir. Jan Hrebejk

Since the arrival of the new teacher, Maria Drazdechova, to a Bratislava suburban school in the year of 1983, life has turned upside down for students and parents. (2016, 102 min.)

Thursday April 6
5:00 pm LITTLE FROM THE FISH SHOP
dir. Jan Balej
Everyone's familiar with Hans Christian Andersen's The Little Mermaid, the story of a love capable of forgiving even the greatest betrayal. (2015, 72 min.)
 
7:00 pm TIGER THEORY
dir. Radek Bajgar
The last drop for Jan's resolution is the voluntary death of his father-in-law, whose strength and patience ran dry. Grandma made decisions about Grandpa's life, old age as well as the funeral. Jan is sure that he and his wife Olga are on the same route. (2016, 107 min.)
 
9:00 pm THE NOONDAY WITCH
dir. Jiri Sádek, Matej Chlupacek
A story of Eliska and her daughter, starting a new life in a remote house with the 'father away on business', as the mother claims. After the lie is disclosed, their relationship begins to wither. (2016 , 90 min.)
 
 
 
Spring 2017 Film & Conversations @ CAM
3/22
Free and Open to the Public
Screenings begin at 7 PM in the South City Campus Screening Room
 

Come explore classic films at the SLCC Center for Arts and Media! Each screening will be followed by a discussion with SLCC faculty. Presented in partnership with Salt Lake Film Society.

Neurotic New York comedian Alvy Singer falls in love with the ditzy Annie Hall. (93 min., PG)

The South City Campus Screening Room is located at 1575 South State Street at the Center for Arts and Media. 

February 23, 2017

Ivory Tower: TANGERINE

Tower
FREE
Monday 3/6
7 p.m.
 
In collaboration with Westminster College, this innovative program pairs a classic film with a lecture by a film student from the college.  On the first Monday of the month there will be a FREE screening at Tower that is open to the public.  
 
A working girl tears through Tinseltown on Christmas Eve searching for the pimp who broke her heart.

 (88 min, R)

 
Broadway
2/22; 7 pm
Free and Open to the Public; Tickets are First Come, First Serve. 
 
The Salt Lake City Mayor's Office, in collaboration with Salt Lake Film Society, will be sponsoring a special screening of I AM NOT YOUR NEGRO, the acclaimed documentary about James Baldwin and Civil Rights.
The screening will be preceded by a 20-minute panel discussion on Black life and history in America and Salt Lake City by a group of local community members.
 
Director Raoul Peck envisions the book James Baldwin never finished - a radical narration about race in America, using the writer’s original words. He draws upon James Baldwin’s notes on the lives and assassinations of Medgar Evers, Malcolm X, and Martin Luther King Jr to explore and bring a fresh and radical perspective to the current racial narrative in America. (95 min., PG-13)
Spring 2017 Film & Conversations @ CAM
3/1
Free and Open to the Public
Screenings begin at 6 PM in the South City Campus Screening Room
 

Come explore classic films at the SLCC Center for Arts and Media! Each screening will be followed by a discussion with SLCC faculty. Presented in partnership with Salt Lake Film Society.

The Deer Hunter is a 1978 American epic war drama film co-written and directed by Michael Cimino about a trio of Russian American steelworkers whose lives are changed forever after they fight in the Vietnam War. (183 min, R)

The South City Campus Screening Room is located at 1575 South State Street at the Center for Arts and Media. 

EDEN
Wednesday 3/1
SLFS @ The Post Theater
Free and Open to the Public | No Tickets Required
Screenings begin at 7:00 PM
 
Paul, a teenager in the underground scene of early-nineties Paris, forms a DJ collective with his friends and together they plunge into the nightlife of sex, drugs, and endless music.
 

24 Frames a Second is a new series with Utah Presents and the Salt Lake Film Society at the Post Theatre on the U of U campus. Screenings are free and will be on the first Wednesdays of the month when school is in session.

The Post Theater is located at 245 South Fort Douglas Blvd.  Any questions? Contact at 801-948-0631.  

Spring 2017 Film & Conversations @ CAM
2/16
Free and Open to the Public
Screenings begin at 6 PM in the South City Campus Screening Room
 

Come explore classic films at the SLCC Center for Arts and Media! Each screening will be followed by a discussion with SLCC faculty. Presented in partnership with Salt Lake Film Society.

In Chicago in September 1936, a young con man seeking revenge for his murdered partner teams up with a master of the big con to win a fortune from a criminal banker. (129 min, PG)

The South City Campus Screening Room is located at 1575 South State Street at the Center for Arts and Media. 

$25= 2 Evening Tickets + 1 Large Popcorn + 2 Medium Drinks.
 
Valentine's Day Only! Have a date night with SLFS.
Buy this special package at the Box Office only. Available for both venues.
No refunds or exchanges.
Tower
FREE
Monday 2/6
7 p.m.
 
In collaboration with Westminster College, this innovative program pairs a classic film with a lecture by a film student from the college.  On the first Monday of the month there will be a FREE screening at Tower that is open to the public.  
 

A police sergeant is sent to a Scottish island village in search of a missing girl whom the townsfolk claim never existed. Stranger still are the rites that take place there. (88 min, R)

 
KUMIKO THE TREASURE HUNTER
Wednesday 2/1
SLFS @ The Post Theater
Free and Open to the Public | No Tickets Required
Screenings begin at 7:00 PM
 
A jaded Japanese woman discovers a hidden copy of Fargo (1996) on VHS, believing it to be a treasure map indicating the location of a large case of money.
 

24 Frames a Second is a new series with Utah Presents and the Salt Lake Film Society at the Post Theatre on the U of U campus. Screenings are free and will be on the first Wednesdays of the month when school is in session.

The Post Theater is located at 245 South Fort Douglas Blvd.  Any questions? Contact at 801-948-0631.  

Monday 1/9
Tower
Starts at 7:00 PM
$15; Purchase tickets online here
 

Join us for a discussion with Trevor Groth and Sean Means about hot films at Sundance Film Festival 2017. Get more info here

Tickets are available In Person at the Box Office the day of the event starting at noon. Seating is limited, so it is advised to get your tickets beforehand.

No refunds or exchanges.