Welcome to DOCUTAH! We are thrilled that you will be joining us for Southern Utah’s premiere International Documentary film festival presented by Dixie State University.
As part of our festival we invite you to participate in our FREE filmmakers seminars. Your involvement in the educational aspects of DOCUTAH is what makes this film festival unlike any others.
DOCUTAH offers an experiential learning and academic opportunity for students, faculty and the community at large. Filmmaker seminars and panels are an integral part of the Festival whereby students and participants will have opportunities to learn from the masters.
Typically in our seminars, filmmakers include brief highlights from their film(s), past work, and a discussion of the profound influence of film in their lives. The audience is encouraged to participate, ask questions, provoke discussion, and share ideas. Our seminar audience will experience unprecedented access to the films, the filmmakers, film subjects, their ideas, and their work. Artists and protagonists will share the challenges that inspire their creativity and motivation with you. Seminars are very informal and allow for the open exchange of ideas.
There will be four FREE seminars held throughout the Festival on Tuesday September 2nd through Friday September 5 from 1:00 p.m. to 4 p.m. All seminars will be held on the campus of Dixie State University in the Sears Museum Gallery in the Eccles Fine Arts Center. Contact Dr. Kristin DeNure Hunt (firstname.lastname@example.org) for additional information.
THE HUMAN COMMUNICATION DIMENSIONS OF DOCUMENTARY FILM COMM 3990-01, CRN 45789, Credit: 1 (15 hrs) Fall 2014 online signup for college credit (COMM 4920R)