DOCUTAH – the Southern Utah Documentary Film Festival presented by Dixie State University announces 67 films to screen at DOCUTAH 2014 September 2 thru 6, 2014. DOCUTAH Artistic Director Phil Tuckett says, The quality of films we received made the decision even more difficult this year.” More than 40 local screening teams comprising 278 community volunteers began viewing and evaluating films on February 11, 2014. After 18 weeks of screening films the teams had logged a total of 645 hours of viewing time.
Festival Executive Director Christina Schultz expressed gratitude to the screeners when she said, Volunteers are an important part of the festival and we appreciate the many hours devoted to this project. DOCUTAH is the only festival we know of which uses this selection process to view EVERY film submitted. It is an arduous task that we could not do it without them.

The DOCUTAH International Film Festival originated at Dixie State University in 2010 and has since put southern Utah on the map for hosting this event that attracts professional, amateur and student filmmakers from around the globe. In its fifth year festival films will represent 45 different countries including Luxembourg, Iceland, India, Oman, New Zealand, and France. DOCUTAH invites all to attend and envision the world through documentary film while enjoying the majestic red rocks of southern Utah.

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DOCUTAH 2014 Film Selections

  • A One Year Lease
  • America’s First All Women Town Council
  • Atomic Soldier
  • Beyond All Boundaries
  • Beyond the Divide
  • Brain that Sings, The
  • Cast in Sand: A Tale of Two Women
  • Catalina Island
  • City of the Damned
  • CowJews and Indians: How Hitler Scared My Family, and I Woke Up in an Iroquois Longhouse with a Picture of Jesus, Reminding Me, for the Wrong Reason, that I Owe the Mohawks Rent
  • Doaa Aziza
  • Dryland
  • Engineer, The
  • Extending the Play
  • Families are Forever
  • Farewell to Hollywood
  • Feeding Five Hundred
  • Flux: Redefining Female Surfing
  • Freeing Boris
  • Freeload
  • Garwin
  • Give & Take
  • Harastolen
  • Herd in Iceland
  • I am Red
  • Inside the Ring
  • Into the Canyons
  • Kumu Hina
  • Life After Manson
  • Lives of LaMott Atkins, The
  • Living Around Marguerite
  • Lulu: Story of the Pearl
  • Meeting an American Icon
  • Moo
  • Musings of an Iraqi Patriot
  • My Father’s Highway
  • My Shanghai
  • Nak Muay
  • On Blitzen
  • Opps
  • Patterns of Evidence: The Exodus
  • Poverty, Inc.
  • Prima
  • Propaganda
  • Refuge in Music
  • Resolute
  • Revival of Jewish Poland, The
  • Road to the Globe
  • Roaming Wild
  • Sax Man, The
  • SEE: An Art Road Trip
  • So Close
  • Solar Mamas
  • Soldiers’ Sanctuary
  • Sriracha
  • Still Going Strong: The Boston Marathon
  • Style Wars 2
  • Surreal and the Self, The
  • Teton Hooping Contingency
  • Tikotin
  • To Ginin Valley
  • Train of Pearls
  • Under the Mango Tree
  • Water Tower, The
  • Welcome Home Military Heroes
  • White Earth
  • Why We Race

2014 DOCUTAH FILMS