Take a look at the making of Boys of Bonneville, the perfect film to get you in the mood for the UMFA’s upcoming SPEED exhibit.
A review of a new documentary about Utah artist Anna Campbell Bliss, premiering this month at the UMOCA.
A review of Torben Bernhard and Travis Low’s documentary short about Frisco, Utah, screening this week at the Big Sky Documentary Film Festival.
A documentary on Tina Modotti, femme fatale of Mexico in the 1920s, and a discussion on 20th Century Mexican Women Artists – at Salt Lake’s Main Library, Thursday.
SLC Film Center changes its name, and screens The Gates at the Salt Lake Art Center.
Check out this new 15 Bytes-sponsored film project documenting an outsider artist creating heaven, earth and hell in his State Street warehouse.
This week Salt Lake City Mayor Ralph Becker and Salt Lake County Mayor Peter Corroon declared August 24th (this past Wednesday) Ab Jenkins Day. Though David Abbot “Ab” Jenkins” was mayor of Salt Lake City from 1940 – 1944, his real achievement was as the record-setting race car […]
Over Your Cities Grass Will Grow, a documentary that explores Anselm Kiefer’s city of ruins and art in southern France, is now screening in select cities in the United States.
Some films are as well-known for their scores as they are for any moving images or dialogue. Think Jaws or Indiana Jones. But far too often the film score is neglected by the public, critics and award ceremonies. With the Park City Film Music Festival, which runs at […]
Not every novel that wins the Man Booker Prize—the annual award that over 40 years has become the world-wide benchmark of literary publishing—goes on to achieve wide notoriety, any more than every film that wins an Academy Award turns out to be a timeless masterpiece. One novel that, […]
Tonight the Salt Lake City Film Center presents a free screening of a documentary on artist Chuck Close at the Salt Lake Art Center. The screening of Chuck Close, a film by Marion Cajori, at 7 pm is part of the Film Center’s Creativity in Focus film series. […]
The Sundance Film Festival will be in town in a little over a week. In addition to all the star-sightings and “independent” films featuring Hollywood actors that will be the focus of much of the attention at Sundance, the festival has some exciting, if less-heralded aspects: the shorts, […]
Local filmmaker Davey Davis is headed to Palestine. Davis has been doing camera work for some of our video interviews (remember the Sam Wilson interview?), and since he’s been manning the 337 Art Truck you’ve probably run into him at one event or another. In January he’ll be […]
Tonight at the Salt Lake Art Center the Salt Lake City Film Center will be screening Exit Through the Gift Shop, the film by famous street-artist Banksy. In this month’s edition of 15 Bytes we published local filmmaker Davey Davis’s review of the film. “Banksy’s Exit Through the […]
I hate art, the art world, and everything that comes of it. Wait, no. I love it. I couldn’t live without it. Images, and their subsequent appreciation, are what give my life color. This is going to be rough. Banksy’s Exit Through the Gift Shop is an incredibly relevant, coherent […]