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Our goal is to keep our viewers updated on Utah film news and what is new in the film industry in general. We believe in education, production and exhibition support for all fellow movie-lovers and creators.

Joshua Terry is an award-winning film critic and photographer who has taught English composition for Weber State since 2016. He appeared on the KJZZ Movie Show from 2013-2016, and spent seven years as the weekly film critic for the Deseret News in Salt Lake City. With degrees in Mass Communication and American Studies, he has worked simultaneously in local media and academia for more than fifteen years.

Dani Hatch is a Film Studies major with a minor in Business Administration. She does most of her work independently, which is featured on her YouTube channel and her blog. She is passionate about collaborating with others  and she hopes to become a producer to professionally lead her own creative teams.

 

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Johansson is the real MVP in ‘Fly Me to the Moon’
Johansson is the real MVP in ‘Fly Me to the Moon’

Fly Me to the Moon (3 stars out of 4) The Space Race of the 1960s has delivered some fantastic movies over the years. Based on theexcellent Tom Wolfe novel of the same name, “The Right Stuff” was the first one I remember,tracing the story of the Mercury Astronauts in...

Creative ‘Inside Out 2’ explores the high stakes of puberty
Creative ‘Inside Out 2’ explores the high stakes of puberty

Inside Out 2 (3 ½ stars out of 4) I noticed something while watching “Inside Out 2” that I hadn’t quite picked up on before. We all know Pixar puts out films that are enjoyable for parents as well as their presumed adolescent target audience, and the new sequel to...

‘The Bikeriders’ brings a fascinating photo project to life
‘The Bikeriders’ brings a fascinating photo project to life

The Bikeriders (3 stars out of 4) 2024 is shaping up to be a good year for movies about photography. “Civil War” already showed us a potential American conflict through the eyes of a photojournalist, and now “The Bikeriders” brings, of all things, a coffee table book...