It’s been 50 years since the premiere of “Butch Cassidy and the Sundance Kid,” and the movie is just as relevant as ever.
Director of the Utah Film Commission, Virginia Pearce, talks to KSL.com about why Hollywood loves Utah and where the best resources are for local filmmakers.
Adalberto Diaz Labrada has sailed through the cake competition of Food Network’s “Best Baker in America,” and we have six questions for him before he tackles the meringue challenge.
Utah has always been a great destination for filmmakers looking to find unique settings and classic landscapes. Check out five projects currently being filmed in the beehive state.
SANDY (August 29, 2017) – Paul Newman, Tom Hanks, Elizabeth Taylor, Gary Cooper and many of the greatest Hollywood actors of all time will soon be performing on the big screen at select Megaplex Theatres locations as part of the 2017 Silver Screen Classics movie...
Everyone knows the best place to see a big summer blockbuster, but where whould you go when you’re looking for a smaller, original, independent film? We at the KSL Indie Report have five places in the state of Utah you may want to check out.
Utah has a long list of unique and exciting film festivals playing throughout the year. Check out our list of 12 local film festivals to see which ones are happening near you.
The Ogden Film Festival is looking for Utah’s best local films to showcase at its summer event. I caught up with the festival’s spokesman Benjamin Taylor to find out more.
Have you been wondering about what has happened to the Utah Film Center since the 2016 fire, where to find Utah’s best free indie films or details about an amazing family-friendly film festival? So have we, so asked Elisabeth Nebeker for the answers.
The Oscar-nominated animated film, “My Life as a Zucchini” is making its way to Salt Lake City this weekend, and we’re here to let you know if it’s worth the watch and where to find it.
In 2004, Utah-native K.C. Clyde rode his bicycle into our hearts in “The Best Two Years.” Now he’s playing in the critically acclaimed “Everybody Loves Somebody,” and we caught up with him to find out more.
VidAngel is placing its hope in “Tim Timmerman, Hope for America,” and the KSL Indie Report sat down with co-founder Neal Harmon to find out more.