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.
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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. Information on ticketing will be posted and announced.
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)
Thursday, November 4, 7 p.m., DSU Eccles, Main Stage
Film Screening and Band Concert
Forever Moore: The Angelo Project – Angelo Moore devotes his life to weaving a legacy; crafting art through spoken word, music, and fashion. Ska, punk, funk, metal, reggae, and soul fusion master, he’s accepted certain truths, using them as inspiration, making beauty out of darkness, all with a sense of humor and smile that could set the world on fire. The film asks many questions about the legacy and process of an artist. Through one-of-a-kind, child-like wonder, this is Angelo Moore of Fishbone.