Sundance ’18: Utah Film Commission on Main
The popular ‘Utah Film Commission on Main’ venue officially opened its doors today!
Located in the center of the Festival action on Park City’s bustling Main Street, the Film Commission’s official venue invites locals and visitors to warm up and recharge with snacks and beverages from Utah vendors, complimentary internet access, and a chance to learn about all things film production in state.
Virginia Pearce, director of the Utah Film Commission, commented: “Our presence on Main Street is a celebration of Utah’s rich and varied film history and a great opportunity for us to share all we have to offer as a destination for content creation. It’s a chance to engage with filmmakers and film lovers alike in a warm, welcoming space.”
Various events will take place at the Film Commission’s venue throughout the Festival, including insightful panels with industry organizations such as Latino Reel and Location Mangers Guild International, as well as a reception with women’s filmmaking group, Film Fatales, and a special conversation around the Utah-made documentary, Quiet Heroes, featuring the Utah-based filmmakers and subjects. The Film Commission will host a scenic scout for filmmakers and producers, offering insight into location and production decision making, as well as a film-focused trivia night cohosted by the Utah Film Center. The Utah Film Studios will also run daily tours of the state-of-the art space from ‘Utah Film Commission on Main.’
‘Utah Film Commission on Main’ is located at 625 Main Street, Park City. Its doors will be open to the public from 10AM to 4PM, January 19-25, with some hours varying depending on private events. For more information, visit film.utah.gov.
Debra Vago is a publicist, writer and film enthusiast. She resides in Salt Lake City, having relocated from London, England.
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