DAMN THESE HEELS
Created in 2003 to reflect and celebrate our community’s diverse reality, Damn These Heels has challenged and entertained more than 18,000 people of all backgrounds through the expression and investigation of LGBT history, culture, ideas, struggles, and triumphs.
The only LGBT Film Festival in Utah, Damn These Heels is a safe, supportive environment that empowers historically marginalized LGBT voices and facilitates discussions crucial to inspiring positive social change. Building on the annual Festival’s momentum and impact, Utah Film Center holds free community Damn These Heels screenings year-round.
Damn These Heels Film Festival
Utah Film Center presents the 13th annual Damn These Heels LGBT Film Festival July 15-17 at the Rose Wagner Performing Arts Center in downtown Salt Lake City. Featuring the best independent, documentary, and foreign feature-length films from around the world, screening topics range from profiles of prominent individuals, to touching coming-of-age stories, and from slapstick comedy to slasher films.
Monthly Free Screenings
In addition to the weekend-long Damn These Heels (DTH) Film Festival, Utah Film Center offers FREE DTH film screenings year-round in Salt Lake City, the third Thursday of every month. Visit utahfilmcenter.org to view the schedule.
For information about underwriting the costs associated with the annual festival or year-round free screenings, contact the Utah Film Center development team at sponsorship [at] utahfilmcenter.org.
UTAH FILM CENTER MISSION
Utah Film Center inspires and engages diverse audiences to initiate conversation and community building through curated film exhibition, educational programs, and artist support.