Free screening 4/4 of VIDEODROME at Post Theatre

Wednesday 4/4
SLFS @ The Post Theater

Free and Open to the Public | No Tickets Required
Screenings begin at 7:00 PM

When he acquires a different kind of show for his station, a sleazy cable-TV programmer begins to see his life and the future of media spin out of control in a terrifying new reality.
 
Utah Presents and the Salt Lake Film Society bring you free screenings on the first Wednesdays of the month in the fall at the Post Theatre on the U of U campus.
 

The Post Theater is located at 245 South Fort Douglas Blvd.  Any questions? Contact at 801-948-0631.  

Czech Film Tour 2018

Broadway; FREE
Tues 4/17, Wed 4/18, Thurs 4/19
All films are in Czech with English subtitles

Don’t miss this three-day program of the newest and best in Czech Cinema. For more information on each film, view Full Summary below. Showtimes are listed below.

 

Tuesday April 17

mii
 
7:00 PM MILADA
dir.  David Mrnka
Opening night film MILADA will screen with director David Mrnka Q&A to follow.
The story of Milada Horáková, democratic pre-WW2 Czech politician first arrested and tried by the Nazis during the War and then the post-war Communist government for her refusal to cease her opposition activity and leave the country. (2017, 124 min.)
 
 
 
 
 Wednesday April 18
 
ice mother
 
5:00 pm ICE MOTHER
dir. Bohdan Sláma
After her husband's death, Hana lives on alone in the family villa. Her two sons visit her with their families, but these visits frequently end in quarrels. When Hana meets Brona, a hardy fellow, inured to winter swimming, a new world opens before her. Brona's team-mates absorb her into their team and Hana gradually learns to overcome her fear of icy water. Her relation with Brona grows into love. (2017, 106 min.)
 
 
ocB0WlMM19vZLTpIYQP1mviRBFw
 
7:00 pm BAREFOOT
dir. Jan Sverák

Story of a small boy is forced to move out of Prague during World War 2 to a small village of Slavonice where he meets the rest of his family. He needs to make new friends and get used to a new life which is immensely different from what this city boy was used to.(2017, 111 min.)

 
3c893c10 a174 11e7 9a4b 000c29a578f8
 
9:10 pm 8 HEADS OF MADNESS
dir. Marta Nováková
Story of the talented Russian poet, Anna Barkova (1906-1976), who spent twenty-two years of her life in the Gulags. She survived thanks to her poems, thanks to hope and her passionate love for a woman named Valentina. (2017, 107 min.)

 

 
 
Thursday April 19
 
1902314 zahradnictvi cudlin 20160822 dsc 4775 1
 
7:00 pm FAMILY FRIEND (Rodinný přítel)
dir. Jan Hrebejk
Melodrama set in Czech Republic during the Germain occupation. (2017, 130 min.)
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
masaryk a prominent patient publicity h 2017
 
9:00 pm MASARYK (A Prominent Patient)
dir. Julius Sevcík
A period in the life of diplomat and politician Jan Masaryk, who was the son of Czechoslovakia's founder, served as the country's minister of foreign affairs and is believed by many to have been killed by the Communists in 1948. (2016 , 114 min.)
 
 
 

Visiting Film Artist: Czech Film Tour 2018

David Mrnka
BROADWAY | Free Admission
TUE 4/17
7 pm
Join us for a special intro and Q&A with director David Mrnka accompanied by a screening of his film MILADA at the 7th annual Czech Film Tour. Mrnka is a Czech director, screenwriter, and actor, with a career spanning over three decades in the film industry.
Don’t miss this three-day program of the newest and best in Czech Cinema. For more information on each film and showtimes, click here. 

Free screening 4/3 of REBECCA at CAM

Spring 2018 Film & Conversations @ CAM
4/3
Free and Open to the Public
Screenings begin at 6 PM in the South City Campus Screening Room
 

Come explore Classic Films of the 1940’s at the SLCC Center for Arts and Media! Each screening will be followed by a discussion with SLCC faculty. Presented in partnership with Salt Lake Film Society.

A self-conscious bride is tormented by the memory of her husband's dead first wife. (130 min, NR)

The South City Campus Screening Room is located at 1575 South State Street at the Center for Arts and Media. 

IVORY TOWER: A GIRL WALKS HOME ALONE AT NIGHT

Tower
FREE
Monday 4/2
7 p.m.

In collaboration with Westminster College, this innovative program pairs a classic film with a lecture by a film student from the college. On the first Monday of the month there will be a FREE screening at Tower that is open to the public.

In the Iranian ghost-town Bad City, a place that reeks of death and loneliness, the townspeople are unaware they are being stalked by a lonesome vampire. (101 min., NR)

Free screening 3/6 of THE RED SHOES at CAM

Spring 2018 Film & Conversations @ CAM
3/6
Free and Open to the Public
Screenings begin at 6 PM in the South City Campus Screening Room

Come explore Classic Films of the 1940’s at the SLCC Center for Arts and Media! Each screening will be followed by a discussion with SLCC faculty. Presented in partnership with Salt Lake Film Society.

A young ballet dancer is torn between the man she loves and her pursuit to become a prima ballerina. (134 min., NR)

The South City Campus Screening Room is located at 1575 South State Street at the Center for Arts and Media.

Free screening 3/27 of SHADOW OF A DOUBT at CAM

Spring 2018 Film & Conversations @ CAM
3/27
Free and Open to the Public
Screenings begin at 6 PM in the South City Campus Screening Room
 

Come explore Classic Films of the 1940’s at the SLCC Center for Arts and Media! Each screening will be followed by a discussion with SLCC faculty. Presented in partnership with Salt Lake Film Society.

A young woman discovers her visiting uncle may not be the man he seems to be. (108 min., NR)

The South City Campus Screening Room is located at 1575 South State Street at the Center for Arts and Media. 

Free screening 3/7 of ERASERHEAD at Post Theatre

Wednesday 3/7
SLFS @ The Post Theater

Free and Open to the Public | No Tickets Required
Screenings begin at 7:00 PM

Henry Spencer tries to survive his industrial environment, his angry girlfriend, and the unbearable screams of his newly born mutant child. Directed by David Lynch.
 
Utah Presents and the Salt Lake Film Society bring you free screenings on the first Wednesdays of the month in the fall at the Post Theatre on the U of U campus.

 

The Post Theater is located at 245 South Fort Douglas Blvd.  Any questions? Contact at 801-948-0631.  

IVORY TOWER: THE THING (1982)

Tower
FREE
Monday 3/5
7 p.m.

In collaboration with Westminster College, this innovative program pairs a classic film with a lecture by a film student from the college. On the first Monday of the month there will be a FREE screening at Tower that is open to the public.

A crew in Antarctica finds a neighboring camp destroyed and its crew dead. Whatever killed them is nowhere to be found, unless it's hidden in plain sight.  (109 min, R)

Screendance

screendance webslide

Broadway
3/9-3/10
$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.

 
rosas danst rosas
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

No exchanges or refunds.  Stay up to date by following us on Facebook, Twitter, or by signing up for our weekly newsletter.  

SLFS Staff Picks 2017

Check out our Staff Picks for 2017 from our amazing staff.   

staff picks

Oscar Nom'd Films Back For A Limited Time

Tower
Regular Admission
Limited Engagement Monday 1/29-Thursday 2/1
 
We are bringing back three Oscar nominated films to our screens for a limited time starting Monday 1/29.  GET OUT, FACES PLACES, and LOVING VINCENT will be screening at the Tower thru Thursday 2/1.  Don't miss out on a chance to see these films on the big screen!  
 
Get tickets and showtimes here.