Feeling the force LDS Film Festival evolves into community of moviemakers
The festival is open to the public and not only gives a glimpse of what films are scheduled for release in 2011, but also an inside look at filmmaking and a chance to meet actors, directors, writers and producers during question-and-answer sessions after each screening.
"It's intriguing to see the inside — (to) ask filmmakers questions about the films. Also just to see what's been done in the community and what's coming out," Vuissa said. "People who come to the festival have an insight into 2011 film releases.
See the Show
What: LDS Film Festval
Where: SCERA Center for the Arts, 699 S. State, Orem
When: Jan. 26-29, times vary
How much: prices vary
Web: www.scera.org or www.ldsfilmfestival. com
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