You know the films, but do you know how they get made? On Friday, Utah Film Center celebrated our eight fiscally sponsored films and one new media project featured in the Sundance Film Festival. Our Gala gave over 200 guests the opportunity to hear from Sundance filmmakers, connect with Utah Film Center staff, and engage […]
2020 is a big year for Utah Film Center at Sundance! Join us for an evening of food, drinks, music, and filmmakers as we celebrate our 9 fiscal sponsorship projects, 3 Sundance Kids section films, and a Born Into Brothels retrospective at this year’s festival. Click here for tickets.
As part of their 2020 From the Collection section, Sundance Film Festival will be screening the 2004 documentary Born Into Brothels, Academy Award winner for Best Documentary Feature Film. The Executive Producer was Utah Film Center co-founder Geralyn White Dreyfous. In March 2016, fire destroyed the Utah Film Center offices. Elements of the original film […]
(updated on Jan. 9, 2020 to reflect additional projects supported at the Festival) Utah Film Center offers artist support through our fiscal sponsorship program. Artists and filmmakers in need of funding can apply to our fiscal sponsorship program online and approved non-commercial film projects are eligible to use the Film Center’s nonprofit status, rather than […]
We are excited to announce the 2020 Sundance Film Festival KIDS section programmed by Sundance Institute, in collaboration with Utah Film Center, which presents the annual Tumbleweeds Film Festival, Utah’s premiere film festival for children and youth. Films that have played in this category in recent years include The Elephant Queen, Science Fair, My Life […]