A long-kept family secret thrusts codependent, thirty-something sisters Rachel and Jackie Gurner into a literal soap opera. A journey that proves that you really can come of age, at any age.

Raise Hell: The Life and Times of Molly Ivins is a documentary about the celebrated national political columnist and Texan, Molly Ivins who used her razor sharp wit to speak truth to power.

She risked everything to stop an unjust war. Her government called her a traitor. Based on world-shaking true events, Official Secrets tells the gripping story of Katharine Gun (Keira Knightley), a British intelligence specialist whose job involves routine handling of classified information.

This is our SLFS School Night film on Tuesday 9/24 at 7:05 pm. 21 & younger=Free Admission.

Since bursting onto the music scene in 1967, Linda Ronstadt has been an icon for more than 50 years. Her extraordinary vocal range and ambition created unforgettable songs across rock, pop, country, folk ballads, American standards, classic Mexican music and soul.
 
 

A woman living in New York takes control of her life- one block at a time.

This film will screen with Open Captions on Tuesday 9/24 at 11:55 am and 7:10 pm. 

1987. When music fanatic Javed discovers the illustrious back catalogue of The Boss his world is turned upside down; already a creative soul his passion for music and writing is set alight by the songs of the working-class poet, whose lyrics feel all too familiar to the aspirational teenager.

 

Three generations of a European family come together in the fabled town of Sintra, Portugal, for one last vacation before the family matriarch faces the next, and last, chapter of her life. Over the course of one crisp October day, the fairy tale setting brings about everyone's most romantic impulses, revealing both cracks between them, as well as unexpected depth of feeling.

A film director reflects on the choices he's made in life as past and present come crashing down around him.

One of the most controversial and influential American men of the 20th Century, Roy Cohn was a ruthless and unscrupulous lawyer and political power broker whose 28-year career ranged from acting as chief counsel to Senator Joseph McCarthy's Communist-hunting subcommittee to molding the career of a young Queens real estate developer named Donald Trump.

On a faraway mountaintop, eight kids with guns watch over a hostage and a conscripted milk cow.

Legendary performer Judy Garland arrives in London in the winter of 1968 to perform a series of sold-out concerts.

The film follows a Chinese family who, when they discover their beloved Grandmother has only a short while left to live, decide to keep her in the dark and schedule an impromptu wedding to gather before she passes. Billi, feeling like a fish out of water in her home country, struggles with the family's decision to hide the truth from her grandmother.

 

Broadway
Friday 6/21
7:00 pm
Q&A with dir. Diana Whitten & Planned Parenthood following the film 

Vessel begins with a young doctor who lived by the sea, and an unlikely idea.  Rebecca Gomperts, horrified by the realities created by anti-abortion law around the world, felt compelled to challenge this.  Her method: to provide abortions on a ship in offshore waters.

Her project, Women on Waves, begins as flawed spectacle, a media frenzy, faced with governmental, religious, and military blockades.  But with each setback comes a more refined mission, until Rebecca has the revelation that she can use new technologies to bypass law – and train women to give themselves safe abortions using WHO-sanctioned protocols with pills.

We witness the creation of an underground network of emboldened, informed activists, working at the cutting edge of global reproductive rights, who trust women to handle abortion themselves. Vessel is Rebecca’s story: one of a woman who heard and answered a calling, and transformed a wildly improbable idea into a global movement.

This film is screening as part of The Greatest 2019 series.  Get the entire lineup and schedule here

Broadway
Friday 6/14
7:00 pm
Q&A with co-directors Tyler Measom & Jennilyn Merten with 5 subjects from the film

An inside look at former FLDS teens who have become religious refugees in mainstream America.

This film is screening as part of The Greatest 2019 series.  Get the entire lineup and schedule here

Broadway
Showtimes: Tuesday 6/18 at 7:00 pm.
$18

See the Best of the 48 Hour Film Festival tonight at 7 pm! Filmmakers are taking over Salt Lake City and turning it into movie-making madness for 48 hours. Teams of filmmakers had a single weekend - to write, shoot and edit their short films! All completed entries will be unveiled on the big screen, at our premiere screenings. Get more info here.

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