KUED presents Poldark Season 5 on Masterpiece

Wednesday 9/12
Broadway
Starts at 7:00 PM
Free Admission
 

Join KUED and the Salt Lake Film Society for an advanced look at episode one of the final season of Poldark on Masterpiece. 

The Poldarks look forward to life together in peace, but a plea from Ross’ old Army Colonel, Ned Despard, compels him to the capital to help. As Demelza manages their affairs in Cornwall she encounters disenchantment and a new opponent. George meanwhile struggles to engage with the world after Elizabeth’s death and it falls to Cary to expand the family empire as Valentine struggles to find his place within it.

Come ready to win some prizes by answering questions about the series or entering our "Farewell to Poldark" limerick contest (our brooding Poldark is played by the Irish-born Aidan Turner).

Seats fill up fast! RSVP to  by September 10. Due to high demand, RSVPs are limited to you and one guest (2 people total).

Tickets are FREE, but seating is limited. Tickets can be picked up at the box office at Broadway Centre Cinemas beginning at 11:30 AM on Wednesday, 9/12. 

 

Tower of Terror 2019

Tower
Prices may vary.
 

Tower of Terror 2019 kicks off with our annual ROCKY HORROR PICTURE SHOW (1975) live shows and Rocky Horror Picture Show with Barry Bostwick on Saturday 11/2.  Click on the banners below to buy tickets: 

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Traveling While Black Film Artists

Traveling While Black is a cinematic VR experience that immerses the viewer in the long history of restriction of movement for black Americans and the creation of safe spaces in our communities. Academy Award winner Roger Ross Williams and Emmy Award-winning Felix & Paul Studios' film transports you to historic Ben's Chili Bowl in Washington DC. The viewer shares an intimate series of moments with several of the patrons of Ben's as they reflect on their experiences of restricted movement and race relations in the U.S. Confronting the way we understand and talk about race in America, Traveling While Black highlights the urgent need to not only remember the past but to learn from it, and facilitate a dialogue about the challenges minority travelers still face today.

About Film Artists:

Roger Ross Williams

Roger Ross Williams
Roger Ross Williams is an Academy Award–winning and Emmy-winning director, producer, and writer. He was the first African American director to win an Academy Award, for his short film Music by Prudence.

Félix Lajeunesse

Félix Lajeunesse
Félix Lajeunesse is an Emmy-winning filmmaker and visual artist. After directing films, commercials, and immersive-video installations, he joined Paul Raphaël to develop award-winning stereoscopic 3-D films and large-scale multimedia installations.

 

Paul Raphael

Paul Raphaël
Paul Raphaël is an Emmy-winning filmmaker and visual artist. With a passion for cinematic storytelling and visual effects, he joined Félix Lajeunesse to develop award-winning stereoscopic 3-D films and large-scale multimedia installations.

Ayesha Nadarajah

Ayesha Nadarajah
Ayesha Nadarajah is a documentary producer; this is her directorial debut. Most recently, she co-produced a feature documentary for CNN Films, American Jail, which premiered in 191 countries.

Labor Day Hours

Happy Labor Day! We will be open regular hours at both of our venues, Broadway Centre Cinemas & The Tower Theatre.   Feel free to drop by and check out one of our new releases or catch up on a documentary you've been meaning to see.  

Now Hiring

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Join our team! SLFS is now hiring. We are looking for management and general theater staff for both venues. Get details about our current openings and apply here: https://bit.ly/2KL5Y6k

July 24th Opening at 1:30 pm

Happy July 24th! Due to the Pioneer Day parade, both Broadway and Tower will open at 1:30 pm on Wednesday, July 24. All showtimes that begin before 1:30 pm on that day will be cancelled. 

July 4th Closing at 8 pm

Happy July 4th! To give our employees time to enjoy the holiday, both Broadway and Tower will close at 8 pm on Thursday, July 4. All showtimes that begin after 8 pm on that day will be cancelled. The range of 7 pm showtimes will not be affected.

Feeling Through with Visiting Film Artist: Doug Roland

Tuesday, July 16
7 pm; Broadway
Co-presented with Helen Keller National Center, the Utah Schools for the Deaf and the Blind, and the Utah State Office of Rehabilitation.

FEELING THROUGH is the first film ever to feature a Deaf/Blind actor in a lead role. Salt Lake Film Society will jointly screen the short film as well as its companion documentary on the making of the film and the experience of this first-time actor.

Following the screening, there will be an opportunity for an insightful panel discussion with members of the local Deaf/Blind community alongside the filmmaker, Doug Roland. All individuals are invited to celebrate this historic milestone for the deafblind community.

About Doug Roland:

Doug Roland

Doug is an independent filmmaker from NYC residing in LA. He has a passion for telling stories that focus on those in society who are normally forgotten or overlooked. 

His short film Jada played in over 2 dozen festivals around the world before becoming a viral sensation with over 12.5 million views on YouTube, garnering thousands of comments and emails from viewers deeply moved and inspired by it.

Doug produced the feature film Life Hack which has racked up 14 awards on the festival circuit (including "Audience Choice" at the San Diego Film Festival), and will soon be available to view on multiple platforms.

His next short, A Better Way, is about to hit the festival circuit. He is also currently developing it into a feature film. Doug studied film at the University of Wisconsin - Madison and FAMU in Prague.

ECHO IN THE CANYON with Visiting Film Artist: Eric Barrett

Broadway
Friday 6/28
7:00 pm

Join us for a special Q&A with visiting film artist, producer and writer, Eric Barrett after a screening of his film ECHO IN THE CANYON.

About Eric Barrett:

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He has also produced over 500 music videos for such artists as: Paul McCartney, U2, Madonna, Prince, Red Hot Chili Peppers, Shania Twain, Mötley Crüe, Aerosmith, Joe Cocker and the Dave Matthews Band, which earned him a Grammy nomination for Best Video for “What Would You Say.”

Most recently Eric co-wrote and produced the feature length documentary “Echo In The Canyon,” which documents the birth of folk-rock and the legendary Laurel Canyon music scene from 1965- 1967. The film follows Jakob Dylan as he interviews the songwriters and artists from that scene, including Eric Clapton, Ringo Starr, Roger McGuinn, David Crosby, Michelle Phillips, Roger McGuinn, Lou Adler, Jackson Browne, Stephen Stills, John Sebastian, Graham Nash, and Brian Wilson. Contemporary artists also interviewed included Tom Petty (in his last filmed interview appearance), Beck, Cat Power, Regina Spektor and Norah Jones.

1REVOLUTION with Visiting Film Artist: Amanda Stoddard

Broadway
Friday 6/28
7:00 pm

Join local SLC filmmakers Amanda Stoddard for a special Q&A about her film 1Revolution. 1Revolution intimately captures Chris Waddell's very human journey to dare greatly and ultimately to live fully. This film chronicles the heart and spirit behind an extraordinary achievement as it documents the first almost entirely unassisted paraplegic ascent of 19,340-foot Mt. Kilimanjaro.

This film is screening as part of The Greatest 2019 series. 

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Amanda Stoddard is an active member of the 1Revolution team. As documentary film director, 1Revolution was Stoddard’s first film, which was written up by Forbes. A graduate of the University of Utah Film School, Amanda has been an industry professional more than 10 years. She has worked on network television, commercial and theatrical projects including many self-produced shorts. 1Revolution has been a labor of love from the start taking over 3 years to produce with vast amounts of footage and a constricted budget. The film succeeded due to Amanda’s determination and skill, where she often stepped in as a camera op or editor when needed in order to complete the film.

Visiting Film Artist: Diana Whitten

Broadway
Friday 6/21
7:00 pm
Join local SLC filmmaker Diana Whitten, director of the film VESSEL, for a special Q&A.

Diana Whitten
About Diana Whitten:

Diana Whitten directs, produces, and shoots documentary film, and designs media campaigns centered around social justice docs.
Her first feature documentary, Vessel, was released in 2014 to critical acclaim and has screened for over 300 international audiences. It was the centerpiece of an audience engagement campaign designed for advocates, activists, and educators working toward coalition building in their communities.

She has presented her work as a featured guest on several broadcasts, including Democracy Now, WNYC’s The Leonard Lopate Show, Huffington Post Live, and TEDxAmazonia. Her work has been featured in the New York Times, Refinery 29, Huffington Post, and the Guardian, among other publications.

Awards include the SXSW Audience Award, the SXSW Special Jury Award for Political Courage, the inaugural Peter Wintonick Award from Sheffield DocFest, the Moving Mountains Honorable Mention from Mountainfilm in Telluride, the Adrienne Shelly Excellence in Filmmaking Award, the SIMA Lens to Action Jury Award, and a finalist award for the CINE Golden Eagle for Independent and Emerging Media.

VESSEL Q&A on 6/21

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