We’re planning some great Special Events for this year’s Festival. There’ll be Music, Dance, Food, Drink! Watch this space. A Film Festival provides more than just films. It provides an intimate, immersive experience and DOCUTAH Special Events connect attendees to the filmmakers, and the subjects and adds a special involvement with the films. Most are free of charge and open to Festival Pass Holders. You won’t have this much fun sitting on your couch, watching streamed movies.
6 p.m. Reception – GET IN THE MOOD FOR THE BLUES. Join DOCUTAH and other film FANatics prior to the screening at the DSU Eccles for a ticketed WINE & SOUTHERN COOKIN’ appetizer reception to celebrate the Festival Opening. Capacity at the reception is limited, so reserve your tickets here or at the DSU Cox Auditorium Box Office.
7 PM Pineview screens 6 – 10 and Eccles Main Stage – Into the Fire: A Utah Boy’s Life in the Blues – FESTIVAL OPENING FILM
Dick Earl Ericksen grew up in Moroni, Utah; a rural community located in East-Central Utah, by no means a hotspot for the Blues. One day his father came home from work with a cassette tape that was left in the lost and found, an album by the man called Muddy Waters. Dick put the tape in his boom box, and in that moment his life was changed forever.The film is followed by a Q&A and a Blues Music performance by Dick Earl’s Electric Witness, the band from the film at Pineview (Read More)
Tuesday, March 2, Noon
Alice Street/Prophets Teachers and Kings screenings
These films will be combined with live mural painting at the St. George Art Museum
Click the link for more information on this fabulous event.
Screenings at Pineview Theaters/mural at St. George Art Museum
There will be sake, mochitsuki and socca tastings BEFORE these films inhttp://www.stgeorgewineclub.org/ the Sears Gallery in the DSU Eccles Building
5:00p.m. -Tasting is a Southern Utah Wine Guild Ticketed event ** Click here to reserve your $20 ticket as space is limited
Film screenings Pineview 6 – Mochitsuki/We Eat Socca Here/Story Beyond a Cup of Sake,The (read more)
Wednesday, March 3 7 p.m.
Weirdos: A Home School Documentary
This film will be followed by a panel discussion including teachers and parents
VENUE CHANGE – PV6
Thursday, March 4, 6 p.m.
Can You Hear My Voice?
This film will be followed by a Q&A with the filmmaker and physicians
Thursday, March 4, 7 p.m.
This film will be followed by a Q&A and a Tap Performance
DSU Eccles Main Stage
Friday, March 6, 4 p.m., 5:20 p.m MP6
In Glorious Smell-O-Vision! The True Story of The Godfather of Scented Cinema/Burnt Toast
These films will be augmented with scents from the films and a handout of burnt toast images.
Friday, March 5, 6 p.m.
Take Me to Prom
ENCIRCLE presentation and discussion followed by a FREE Concert and Prom costume contest.
DSU ECCLES VENUE CHANGE
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Friday, March 5, 7 p.m.
DOCUTAH AWARDS CEREMONY
Pineview 6- 10; Free to the public
Friday, March 5 8:15 p.m.
COMMUNITY FILM SCREENING – PINEVIEW SCREENS 6 – 10 Free to the public
Merely Marvelous: The Dancing Genius of Gwen Verdon
Sponsored through the generosity of The City of St. George
Saturday, March 6
Award Winning Films are screened throughout the day. All Festival Pass, Day Pass or a Single Screening Pass required.
FINAL CLOSING FILM – SPECIAL EVENT Fundraiser for DSU Athletics –
7:00 p.m. All Pineview Screens – The Rise, The Road to Division I
Ticketed event. Info at https://docutah.com/november-7-special-events/