Events for Film

Focus on autism

Mental Healthy F.I.T. and PBS Utah invite you to focus on autism as part of the Focus on Fests. Focus on Fests includes a showcase film, local short films and performance, panel discussions and awareness of community resources. Together, we will watch episode one of the BBC documentary Inside Our Autistic Minds. Featuring the creative talents of autistic adults and how they communicate to enhance their community and those closest to them. Bring your curious and connective minds as we celebrate Autism Acceptance Month and learn how to empower ourselves and those around us through the wonders of autism. Get free tickets and more info at https://mentalhealthyfit.org/fofautism



Spy Hop's 25th Anniversary Annual Benefit

It’s Spy Hop’s Silver Anniversary! Salt Lake’s quirkiest annual fundraiser returns, convening Utah’s philanthropic, business, and community leaders and members to raise unrestricted and program funds for Spy Hop’s mission. Immerse yourself in a night of youth performances, presentations, and transmissions to the future! Get your tickets here! https://spyhopab2024.afrogs.org/#/tickets/event



"In the Dirt" Film Screening

Join Swaner with Park City Film at the Jim Santy Auditorium for a free screening of the film "In the Dirt" and a discussion to follow. This story about cycling on the Navajo Nation will inspire you to think about your connection to the land. Panel discussion to follow. April 25 at 7pm. Free admission - tickets at https://parkcityfilm.org/film/in-the-dirt/



"In the Dirt" Film Screening

Join Swaner with Park City Film at the Jim Santy Auditorium for a free screening of the film "In the Dirt" and a discussion to follow. This story about cycling on the Navajo Nation will inspire you to think about your connection to the land. Panel discussion to follow. April 25 at 7pm. Free admission - tickets at https://parkcityfilm.org/film/in-the-dirt/



H2: the Occupation Lab

Free film screening followed by live Q&A with Palestinians in Hebron via Zoom, featuring: Tamrika Khvtisiashvili, former Assistant Professor at Palestine Polytechnic University, Hamed Qawasmeh with the Hebron International Resource Network, and Dr. Mohammad Tamimi, Director of the Language & Translation Center at Palestine Polytechnic University. "The Occupation Lab uncovers the ways in which a single neighborhood in Hebron fuels the entire Israeli-Palestinian conflict. If you would like to know more about Palestinians in the West Bank and their life under occupation, come to this free event. This is a safe space for all to gather and learn. For more information about Utahns for a Just Peace in the Holy Land, please visit our webpage: ujphl.org