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Red Film Market Cinema Conference

November 10th @ 12:00 pm - November 14th @ 12:00 pm

$10 – $100

Red Rock Film Festival presents:

Red Film Market Cinema Conference

Screenings and playing times vary, see RRFF Website link for details
Eco Documentary, Quarantine Shorts, Outdoor Adventure, Veteran Protest; it’s all here. This collection is groundbreaking: an entirely new and improved cinematic experience for all, from the team behind Red Rock Film Festival. The cinematic study of humanity may be more important than ever, and we’re helping RRFF present fresh iterations of that study to the public, safely socially distanced and sanitized. 
 
New, relevant, auteurist cinema awaits your eyes!
 
By 2017, the Red Rock Film Festival had become too big for Southern Utah, having accepted 161 films from 29 countries out of 956 submitted from 61 countries. Now in its 14th year, the Festival is offering a new flavor: RFM Cinema Conference. Whereas the Festival in Cedar City features mostly new competitive films from both professionals and students, RFM (Red Film Market) at Kayenta introduces even more films, including both full-length internationally released features and short films in all genres. Shown mostly outside the realm of competition, this five day event will also host cinematic seminars, panel discussions, and even some private Industry screenings.
 
From “eco-conscience” documentaries such as “The Devil’s Road: A Baja Adventure” and social justice pieces such as “Through the Cracks,” to the new genre of Quarantine Shorts, RFM certainly has the diversity to match its sister Festival. As always, outdoor adventures is a major theme. We’ll see work by Amy Lerner, Richard Heeley’s “One More Win,” Brandon Russell’s “Rise of the Bird Men,” and several Mountain West and Western States premieres. Just in time for Veterans Day, the U.S. premiere of Jaremey McMullin’s “Silkies” will prompt the audience to ask, “Why are these military vets marching in their underwear for a serious cause?” Red Rock Film Festival alumni Aidan McAteer, Kevin Payet, Charlotte Poncin, Dom West, and William J. Stribling are also back to showcase their new films.
 
This is largely a pass holder event. Available now on RRFF’s website are Multi-Day Passes, including the 9-day 2-Festival (RFM + RRFF) VIP and Locals Fest Pass. Individual tickets will also be available at a later time. Visit their website for more information and additional ticket types: https://redrockfilmfestival.eventive.org/welcome

 

On the sister Red Rock Film Festival:

“Thank you for a great festival experience. I felt very cared for and valued. I also met wonderful, creative people, had a lot of informative and enjoyable conversations.
— Actor Deborah Geffner (“All that Jazz” and Broadway’s “A Chorus Line”.)

“I want to thank you for the outstanding organization and feedback you provide about your selection process. I am simply blown away. Your model is truly the future and you should become an example for all the other film festivals out there.”
— Franco Sacchi, director “A Tiny Spark”

 

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Details

Start:
November 10th @ 12:00 pm
End:
November 14th @ 12:00 pm
Cost:
$10 – $100

Venue

Center for the Arts at Kayenta
881 Coyote Gulch Court
Ivins, UT 84738
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Phone:
435-674-2787
Website:
www.KayentaArts.com

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Red Film Market Cinema Conference

Red Rock Film Festival presents:

Red Film Market Cinema Conference

Screenings and playing times vary, see RRFF Website link for details
Eco Documentary, Quarantine Shorts, Outdoor Adventure, Veteran Protest; it’s all here. This collection is groundbreaking: an entirely new and improved cinematic experience for all, from the team behind Red Rock Film Festival. The cinematic study of humanity may be more important than ever, and we’re helping RRFF present fresh iterations of that study to the public, safely socially distanced and sanitized. 
 
New, relevant, auteurist cinema awaits your eyes!
 
By 2017, the Red Rock Film Festival had become too big for Southern Utah, having accepted 161 films from 29 countries out of 956 submitted from 61 countries. Now in its 14th year, the Festival is offering a new flavor: RFM Cinema Conference. Whereas the Festival in Cedar City features mostly new competitive films from both professionals and students, RFM (Red Film Market) at Kayenta introduces even more films, including both full-length internationally released features and short films in all genres. Shown mostly outside the realm of competition, this five day event will also host cinematic seminars, panel discussions, and even some private Industry screenings.
 
From “eco-conscience” documentaries such as “The Devil’s Road: A Baja Adventure” and social justice pieces such as “Through the Cracks,” to the new genre of Quarantine Shorts, RFM certainly has the diversity to match its sister Festival. As always, outdoor adventures is a major theme. We’ll see work by Amy Lerner, Richard Heeley’s “One More Win,” Brandon Russell’s “Rise of the Bird Men,” and several Mountain West and Western States premieres. Just in time for Veterans Day, the U.S. premiere of Jaremey McMullin’s “Silkies” will prompt the audience to ask, “Why are these military vets marching in their underwear for a serious cause?” Red Rock Film Festival alumni Aidan McAteer, Kevin Payet, Charlotte Poncin, Dom West, and William J. Stribling are also back to showcase their new films.
 
This is largely a pass holder event. Available now on RRFF’s website are Multi-Day Passes, including the 9-day 2-Festival (RFM + RRFF) VIP and Locals Fest Pass. Individual tickets will also be available at a later time. Visit their website for more information and additional ticket types: https://redrockfilmfestival.eventive.org/welcome

 

On the sister Red Rock Film Festival:

“Thank you for a great festival experience. I felt very cared for and valued. I also met wonderful, creative people, had a lot of informative and enjoyable conversations.
— Actor Deborah Geffner (“All that Jazz” and Broadway’s “A Chorus Line”.)

“I want to thank you for the outstanding organization and feedback you provide about your selection process. I am simply blown away. Your model is truly the future and you should become an example for all the other film festivals out there.”
— Franco Sacchi, director “A Tiny Spark”

 

Buy Tickets

 

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SOCIAL DISTANCE SEATING CHART

Knowing that the presence of art in our lives is essential, we are re-opening our doors in a healthy, safe way. The state may be at the Yellow Phase but we are maintaining the more strict Orange Phase Guidelines for Theaters.

Re-opening guidelines for all performances at the Center for the Arts at Kayenta:

  1. Social distance seating between all ticket groups (SEE SEAT MAP TO LEFT) Please purchase tickets in groups of two or more with family and friends if possible.
  2. Temperature checks of ALL patrons and performers will be taken upon entrance into the center.
  3. Mandatory mask wearing for all audience members and front of house staff.
  4. Multiple hand sanitizing stations in the Center.
  5. Disinfectant cleaning of theater seats, lobby and rest room surfaces after each performance.
  6. Cash free transactions, we encourage online ticket purchases directly on our site.

    “Only when we all feel safe will we be able to free our spirits to participate with the art being performed.”