SALT LAKE CITY (ABC4 News) Salt Lake Community College’s Grand Theatre will be the site to watch nearly twenty films at this year’s Sundance Film Festival.
Beginning on Friday, January 25th and ending on Sunday, February 3rd several premieres will happen at the 1,100 seat theatre.
According to SLCC, this is the fifth year the 80-year-old theatre will host moviegoers from around the world. According to an SLCC news release,” the schedule of movies at the Grand kicks off with the Spotlight film “Maiden” and will wrap with the premieres of “The Boy Who Harnessed the Wind,” “Velvet Buzzsaw” and “The Tomorrow Man.”
Richard Scott, SLCC Dean of the School of Arts Communications and Media said, “we are pleased to provide a venue for Sundance at our South City location.” “Like Sundance, SLCC is a tremendous community asset, and it is exciting to provide these films for the convenience and pleasure of the Salt Lake Valley and our students.”
For tickets and information: https://www.sundance.org
The theatre used to be part of Salt Lake City’s South High School, but SLCC took it over in the late 80s. The Grand Theatre is located at SLCC’s South City Campus, 1575 South State Street, in Salt Lake City.