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DOCUTAH Screenings in Kanab September 10-12, 2015
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DOCUTAH Kanab Film Screening Schedule
Crescent Moon Theater
150 South 100 East, Kanab, Utah 84741
Film Screenings for Thursday, September 10 at 4:00 pm-9:00 pm
4:00pm DEVIL & THE ANGEL THE (80min)
5:30pm FLYING THE FEATHERED EDGE: BOB HOOVER PROJECT (86min)
7:00pm OUR CANYON LANDS (34min)
7:40pm IN FOOTBALL WE TRUST (88 minutes)
Film Screenings for Friday, September 11, 4:00 pm-9:00 pm
4:00pm ON DREAMS OF DIXIE (27min)
4:30pm RIGHT FOOTED (82min)
6:00pm LEOPARD IN THE LAND, THE (59min)
7:00pm HOW TO CATCH A TIGER (10min)
7:15pm RUN FREE – THE TRUE STORY OF CABALLO BLANCO (92 minutes)
Film Screenings for Saturday, September 12, 5:00 pm-9:30 pm
5:00pm PROPHET’S PREY (94min)
6:45pm TOUR OF HONOR (55min)
7:45pm RIDING MY WAY BACK (28min)
8:15 pm WAVE I RIDE, THE (71 Minutes)
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Film Descriptions for Thursday, 9/10/2015
DEVIL & THE ANGEL THE 4:00pm (80min)
About a man from southern Utah who builds violins.
DIRECTOR: Cathleen Claire Lee?USA, 2015, 80 min
FAMILY FRIENDLY?The violin has been referred to as the “devil’s instrument.” Throughout history, violin players and makers were rumored to have sold their souls to the devil in order to master their craft. Despite this reputation, Kevin Lee sets out to prove otherwise. Known as a Master Luthier, Kevin follows in the footsteps of the famous violinmakers from hundreds of years ago.
FLYING THE FEATHERED EDGE: THE BOB HOOVER PROJECT 5:30pm (86min)
DIRECTOR: Kim Furst?USA, 2014, 86 min.
FAMILY FRIENDLY, IN COMPETITION?Nicknamed “The Pilot’s Pilot,” Robert A. “Bob” Hoover, age 93, is considered by many to be our greatest living aviator, and has influenced generations of pilots. Director Kim Furst captures every nuance of Bob's amazing life story with still images, rare historic footage, and exclusive testimonials from other flight legends past and present; featuring Harrison Ford.
OUR CANYON LANDS 7:00pm (34min)
DIRECTOR: Justin Clifton?USA, 2015, 34 min.
FAMILY FRIENDLY, IN COMEPTITION?In Southeastern Utah, one of the last major wild places remaining sits teetering on a precipice of rampant industrial development. Home to some of the most stunning landscapes in the world, the Canyon Lands of Utah have become the playground of adventurous souls who love and appreciate the wonder of wild places. It has also become the target of greedy industrialists.
IN FOOTBALL WE TRUST 7:40 p.m. (88 minutes)
DIRECTOR: Tony Vainuku & Erika Cohn
IN FOOTBALL WE TRUST is an insightful and moving documentary feature film exploring in rich detail the remarkable story behind the Polynesian Pipeline to the NFL. The film intimately portrays four young Polynesian men from Salt Lake City, Utah striving to overcome gang violence and near poverty through the promise of American football.
Film Descriptions for Friday, 9/11/15
ON DREAMS OF DIXIE 4:00pm (27min)
DIRECTOR: Keith R Owen. USA, 2015, 27 min.
FAMILY FRIENDLY. It was 1861 when tattered pioneers began arriving in southern Utah's red, barren dessert. Amid sacrifice and loss, many had traveled across wide oceans and unforgiving plains for a place they could call their own. Committed to education, school classes were first held in the back of covered wagons and in the areas first church houses. Through heartfelt interviews and stories found in the archives of county history, 'On Dreams of Dixie' gives viewers a multi-dimensional experience and character-driven look at what it was like attending school in southern Utah's early settlement communities.
RIGHT FOOTED 4:30pm (82min)
DIRECTOR: Nick Spark?Ethiopia, Philippines, USA, 2015, 82 min.
FAMILY FRIENDLY?Jessica Cox was born without arms as a result of a birth defect. She overcame many physical and emotional challenges to become fully independent. She learned to type with her toes, drive a car with her feet, and fly an airplane with her feet. Right Footed follows Jessica as she transforms from a motivational speaker to a mentor, and into a leading advocate for people with disabilities.
LEOPARD IN THE LAND, THE 6:00pm (59min)
DIRECTOR: James McEachen?Mongolia, USA, 2014, 59 min.
FAMILY FRIENDLY, IN COMPETITION?Artist and Disney designer Joe Rohde sets out on a month-long horseback expedition across the Altai Mountains of Western Mongolia with the intention of painting large scale landscapes to raise funds for Snow Leopard conservation. It is a pilgrimage that explores why we travel, how we interact with the world, and the monumental effect that has on everything else.
HOW TO CATCH A TIGER 7:00pm (10min)
DIRECTOR: Michael Booth & Brant Backlund?Russian Federation, USA, 2014, 10 min.?With time running out, two filmmakers scramble to learn how to use an ultra high-speed camera. They arrive in Far East Russia in time to catch a rare Siberian tiger the moment it is released back to the wild.
RUN FREE – THE TRUE STORY OF CABALLO BLANCO (92 minutes)
“Run Free — The True Story of Caballo Blanco” is a movie about Micah True (Caballo Blanco, or the White Horse), an American ultra-runner who helped the Tarahumara Indians of Northern Mexico preserve their running culture by creating a 50-mile ultra marathon which combines aspects of traditional Tarahumara running with the ideology of modern ultra-running.
Film Descriptions for SATURDAY, 9/12/15
PROPHET’S PREY 5:00pm (94min)
DIRECTOR: Amy Berg. USA, 2015, 94 min
When Warren Jeff’s rose to Prophet of the Fundamentalist Church of Latter Day Saints, he took control of a religion with a history of polygamous and underage marriage. He bridged the gap between sister wives and ecclesiastically rape, befuddling the moral compass of his entire congregation. See the film where it all started, Southern Utah. (Adult Themes, Sexual Issues)
TOUR OF HONOR 6:45pm (55min)
DIRECTOR: Kyle and Carlos Plummer?USA, 2015, 55 min.
FAMILY FRIENDLY, IN COMPETITION?In this immersive and emotional documentary, a group of 21 World War II, Korea, and Vietnam veterans are flown back to Washington D.C. to see their memorials.
RIDING MY WAY BACK 7:45pm (28min)
DIRECTOR: Robin Fryday?USA, 2014, 28 min.
IN COMPETITION?A short documentary that chronicles one soldier's journey back from the brink of suicide with the help of one of the unlikeliest of saviors: a horse named Fred. Through caring for Fred, Aaron begins the difficult process of reconnecting to the world around him and healing the terrible, invisible wounds of war that had nearly defeated him. (Adult Themes)
WAVE I RIDE, THE (71 Minutes)
Synopsis: Paige Alms, a Maui local, is considered to be one of the top big wave surfers in the world but faced obstacles in injury, going unsupported by an industry that favours men, working 2-3 jobs to keep up her surf schedule. The themes of the film echo female empowerment, pushing boundaries, and chasing one’s passion despite obstacles.
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