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SLC FILM CENTER PRESENTS INAUGURAL TUMBLEWEEDS FILM FESTIVAL
Film Festival for Children and Youth to Run April 1-3
Salt Lake City, UT - From April 1-3, 2011, the SLC Film Center presents the inaugural Tumbleweeds Film Festival for Children and Youth – the only film festival of it’s kind in the intermountain west. The annual festival feature a jam-packed program of feature length and short films from around the world films for children and youth ages 4-14. All films presented at Tumbleweeds will be screened in their original language with foreign language films presented with English subtitles that will be read aloud by a “subtitle reader” during the screening. In addition to film screenings, the Film Center is partnering with Spy Hop Productions to present workshops designed to introduce participants to different aspects of filmmaking. The full festival line-up and program will be announced in early March.
For more information about the festival program and how to attend, visit www.kidsfilm.org - where you can also sign up for our newsletter, follow us on Twitter and join our Facebook page.
Major funding for the Tumbleweeds Film Festival has been provided by The Sorenson Legacy Foundation, Art Works for Kids!, The Larry H. & Gail Miller Family Foundation, and EBay, Inc.
SLC Film Center brings the world of film to local audiences through free community screenings and discussions, outreach programs, and visiting artists and professionals. Emphasizing social content and artistic excellence, we present the best documentary, independent, and dramatic cinema year-round. We collaborate with various educational and community organizations to promote a diversity of ideas, to provide forums for underrepresented groups, and to develop new audiences for film.
The SLC Film Center and its programs are made possible largely by funding from: The George S. and Dolores Dore Eccles Foundation, The Sorenson Legacy Foundation, The Swartz Foundation, Zions Bank, and Zoo, Arts and Parks.