Jenny Mackenzie

However Long

Park City Film is showing a special screening of the Utah documentary “However Long” on Thursday.

The film’s director Jenny MacKenzie says the documentary is about a support group for women with stage four breast cancer. The Huntsman Cancer Center group is led by a social worker and an oncologist.

On today’s program, Summit County Deputy Manager Janna Young discusses the agenda for Wednesday's county council meeting. Project for a Deeper Understanding organizer Pastor Charles Robinson and the Moderator of the event and Director of Mountainlands Community Housing Trust Scott Loomis talk about the Nov. 7th discussion, titled "High  Rents - Low Wages." Olympian Bryan Fletcher and Dr. Robert "Winnie" Winn have details about how to participate in the 2nd annual Shred for Red - set for Deer Valley's opening day, Dec. 7th. Filmmaker Jenny MacKenzie and Park City Film Ex.

The Sundance Reel - January 22, 2018

Jan 22, 2018

On today’s Sundance Reel, Leslie chats with Kenneth Turan film critic for the Los Angeles Times and NPR's morning edition. Jenny Mackenzie, Amanda Stoddard and Jared Ruga about their production of Quiet Heroes.  Then Laura Nix, director of  Inventing Tomorrow, visits the studio. Director Matthieu Rytz talks about his movie, Anote’s Ark.  Final guests are Emma Pildes and Jessica Levin, two of the producers of Jane Fonda in Five Acts.

Local News Hour - May 22, 2017

May 22, 2017

On today’s program, Summit County planner Amir Caus has details about tomorrow's Snyderville Basin planning commission agenda. Park City Council candidate and KPCW DJ Josh Hobson introduces himself and his platform. Film maker Jenny Mackenzie, and Park City High student Grace Mason discuss the screening of the documentary "Dying in Vein,” being shown at Park City High Tuesday morning.