On Wednesday 8/8 at SLFS we will be screening the acclaimed film EIGHTH GRADE with "no rating enforced" all day.  All screenings will be available to all audiences.  In addition, we will be doing a SLFS SCHOOL NIGHT Encore for our 7:05 pm screening where movie-goers 21 & younger will have free admission.  

Get showtimes and tickets to EIGHTH GRADE here.  Just a reminder, that we are also still screening EIGHTH GRADE as our weekly SLFS SCHOOL NIGHT film tonight 8/7 at 7:05 pm.  

Showtimes: 7:00 pm on Thursday 7/5 
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An in-depth look at the life and music of Whitney Houston.

Saturday 6/9; 9:15 pm 
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Special guest acclaimed climber/cinematographer Renan Ozturk will join us in person at the Broadway Centre Cinemas to say a few words before the 9:15 pm screening of MOUNTAIN on Saturday June 9.

Showtimes: 6/12 at 6:30 pm & 9 pm.

Filmmakers are taking over Salt Lake City and turning it into movie-making madness for 48 hours! Teams of filmmakers have a single weekend - this one - 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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6/1- 7/5

THE GREATEST kicks off starting 6/1 and will run through 7/5 with full screening runs of films directed by female directors.   

Tix and showtimes will be made available each week throughout the month of June.  For a schedule of dates click on the image on the left.




Here is our last group of THE GREATEST titles screening during the first week of July 2018 (alphabetical by title):
35 Shots of RumMeek's Cut OffThe Decline of Western CivilizationThe Fits

Tickets and showtimes will be posted as soon as they are available.  No exchanges or refunds.  Stay up to date by following us on Facebook, Twitter, or by signing up for our weekly newsletter.  

Showtimes: 5/16 at 7 p.m.
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Join the Davey Foundation for its screening of this year's grant-winning short films by Cannes filmmakers Celine Held & Logan George, Jamil Munoz, and Lauren Smitelli, along with the Sundance award-winning short animation, Yearbook, by guest filmmaker Bernardo Britto.

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$20 Two day pass; $10 student pass available at box office only. Student ID required.  
Click on image to the left to purchase 2 Day Passes. 

On March 9th and 10th, audiences will have opportunities to see examples of Mr. De Mey’s work and to engage in conversations with the filmmaker and invited guests. In addition to screenings of De Mey’s films, the International Screendance Festival will also present films by emerging and established artists.

Thierry De Mey is a pioneer of Screendance, a genre of film that merges choreography and cinematography. Over the last 25 years he has collaborated with artists and dance companies such as William Forsythe/Frankfurt Ballet, Anna Teresa De Keersmaeker/ Rosas, Thomas Hauert/ZOO, and Michelle Ann De Mey. He is now on the faculty of IRCAM, Institute for Research and Coordination in Acoustics/Music, in Paris.

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Friday 3/9
Discussion and Screening with Thierry De Mey at 7:00 pm
The following shorts will screen: Musique de Tables, Wall Work, Love Sonnets, and One Flat Thing, Revisited.
Saturday 3/10
University of Utah Screendance Shorts at 5:30 
Two Classics of Modern Dance21 Etudes á Danser (Belgium) directed by Thierry De Mey and
Cost of Living (UK) directed by Lloyd Newson at 7:00 pm
International Shorts at 8:30 pm
The following international dance shorts will screen: 
Rosas Danst Rosas (Belgium)– Thierry De Mey
Boy (UK) – Rosemary Le
Glass Crevace et dérive (Canada) - Noémie Brassard
Tra la la (UK) – Magalie Charrier
Le p’tit bal (France) – Philippe Decouflé
There is a Place (Scotland) – Katrina McPherson & Simon Fildes
Quarantine (US) – Gabri Christa
Alt I Alt: (Norway) - Torbjørn Skårild
Momentum (US) - Boris Seewald

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Showtimes: 6/13 at 6:30 pm & 9 pm.

Filmmakers from all over the Salt Lake City, UT area will compete to see who can make the best short film in only 48 hours. The winning film will go up against films from around the world at Filmapalooza 2018 for a chance at the grand prize and an opportunity to screen at the Cannes Film Festival 2018, Court Métrage.  Get more info here.

$20; $15 RCC Members; $10 for U of U Students

The Tanner Humanities Center, in collaboration with the Salt Lake Film Society, is proud to present a series of filmed performances by the National Theatre company in London.

ALL ABOUT EVE - 6/1 @ Noon
More Info on these theatrical presentations here
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