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Sundance Film Festival offers free movie screenings for Utahns this week

Sundance audience theater
Nick Sammons
Sundance Institute
A Q&A session during the Sundance Film Festival.

It pays to be a local when it comes to Sundance. Starting Tuesday, the festival will show a few free in-person movies for Utah residents.

Through Sundance’s Local Lens program, Utah residents can get in on the Sundance action without opening their wallets.

Local Lens offers free in-person screenings at venues in Park City and Salt Lake City.

The program starts Tuesday with a screening of “Aliens Abducted My Parents and Now I Feel Kinda Left Out” at the Grand Theatre in Salt Lake City at 6:15 p.m.

Also on Tuesday is a screening of “Radical” at The Library Center Theatre in Park City at 9:30 p.m.

On Wednesday at the Redstone Cinemas in Park City, “Shayda” is showing at 9 p.m.

Finally, “Little Richard: I Am Everything” will screen Thursday at the Grand Theatre in Salt Lake City at 6:15 p.m.

In addition, the Best of Fest screenings will be announced on Jan. 27 which will also be available to Utah residents.

A Utah ZIP code is required for the free screenings.

Sign up for the free showings here.

Andrea moved to Park City in 2017 with two huskies, two kids and one husband… not in that order. Prior to working at KPCW, she spent decades in the entertainment industry – and racked up a few awards in the process for her work on “Behind the Music” and most recently for a film she produced for Lifetime, “Somebody’s Child: The Regina Louise Story.” She was featured on “Good Morning America” twice for her books which made best sellers lists in Dallas and Denver. She’s still hoping to write one that hits The New York Times list. She loves taking photos, loves the mountains, especially the fall, and is excited to be working with the amazing team at KPCW.