Katy Wang

On today’s program, Park City School District Chief Academic Officer Dr.  Amy Hunt talks about her new role in the district and what priorities she's working on for this school year. The Founder of the Sports Neurology Clinic in Michigan and Park City, Dr. Jeffrey Kutcher has details about next month's International Congress for Athlete Brain Health and the Director of Park City Film Katy Wang has details about the opening of the Film Series this Friday night.

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Park City Film has been offering free Tuesday night screenings throughout the summer and those wrap up next week.  Tonight’s film is “He Named Me Malala” about the Pakistani girl who advocates for education for women. Plus, the annual Drive In movie experience is happening later this week. KPCW’s Leslie Thatcher has this preview.

In partnership with the Park City Library, Park City Film has presented the International Summer Film Series, featuring foreign films like March of the Penguins and Bend it Like Becham.

On today’s program, Summit County Fair Manager Tyler Orgill has details about the County Fair and its conclusion this weekend.  PC MuSE co-founder Bill McGinnis  discusses his plans for the gathering place on Bonanza Drive for local singers and songwriters and the Director of Park City Film Katy Wang has details about their final summer screenings Drive-in on August 10th. But also, "He Named Me Malala" on August 6th and the Seattle Children's Film Festival shorts collection on August 13th.

On today’s program,  Former Park City Attorney Tom Clyde talks about the legacy of Arlene Loble, former Park City Manager who died last week. Elsa Gary - Co-Founder of Voterise and Activist Jill Lesh talk about their 2020 Challenge and the voter registration training session coming up June 29th at the Christian Center of Park City. Friends of Ski Mining History Co-Founder Sally Elliott and Park City Police Captain Phil Kirk talk about the vandalism of historic structures and ideas for prevention and clean up.

On today’s program, Sundance Institute Managing Director Betsy Wallace has details about the 2019 Economic Impact report. Park City residents Rob Lea and Caroline Gleich talk about their experience climbing and descending Mount Everest - the first feat of Rob’s World Triathlon and Park City Film Executive Director Katy Wang and Henry Lystad, Producer of the International Ocean Film Tour, Volume 6, have details about the film screening on Thursday.

Local News Hour - April 23, 2019

Apr 23, 2019

ON today’s program, Summit County Manager Tom Fisher discusses the agenda for Wednesday's county council meeting. Park City Planning Director Bruce Erickson previews tomorrow's Planning commission agenda. Park City High School seniors Claire Oberg and Sela Serafin are organizing the first ever Utah state girls coding hack-a-thon and South Summit Librarian Lee Whiting and Katy Wang Director of Park City Film have details on the "Chinese Helped Build the Railroad" exhibit and film.

On today’s #LocalNewsHour, KPCW Reporter Emily Means has a weekly update on this year's state legislative session. Director of Park City Film Katy Wang has details on Saturday's Oscar Party fundraiser. U.S. Ski and Snowboard Director of Communications Tom Webb has a team update and Snyderville Basin Recreation Director Brian Hanton has the latest on the closure of Rob’s Trail.


On today’s #LocalNewsHour, Snyderville Planning Commissioner Bea Peck has an update from Tuesday’s meeting. Park City Manager Diane Foster and Community Engagement Manager Linda Jager have a preview of the agenda for Thursday's city council meeting and a recap of last night’s State of the City presentation.

KPCW Film Roundtable - February 9, 2019

Feb 9, 2019
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KPCW's Rick Brough is joined by the self-named Flick Chicks, Barb Bretz, Katy Wang and Jill Orschel, to discuss this year's films in the Sundance Film Festival.

Katy Wang of the Park City Film Series joins the show to preview the film Science Fair, which will be screened at the Jim Santy Auditorium of the Park City Library, Thursday, December 13. As 1,700 of the smartest, quirkiest teens from 78 different countries face off, only one will be named Best in Fair. The film offers a front seat to the victories, defeats and motivations of an incredible group of young men and women who are on a path to change their lives, and the world, through science.

Park City Film

According to some social scientists, people have evolved to be suspicious of those who are different, and they say most of us are unaware of these biases. As part of the Park City Film Real Community Program in partnership with the Community Foundation Women’s Giving Fund, will show a free screening of the documentary Bias.  Carolyn Murray has this:

On today’s program, Director of Summit Land Conservancy Cheryl Fox discusses  open space issues. Summit County Sheriff Justin Martinez talks about his budget requests, including two new patrol officers. We also discuss his commitment to residents for the next four years of his new term and Park City Film Series Director Katy Wang talks about the change in the organization’s name as well as a new initiative at the film series for low income residents.

  Katy Wang, the Executive Director of the  Park City Film Series, joins the show. On Thursday, September 27, the Film Series  will screen the film, "The Most Unknown," a film that has scientists from various disciplines explaining their work to each other. It is part of their STEM educational series. A panel made up of  scientists and science educators will meet after the screening to talk about how to get kids excited about science.


Saturday Film Panel - September 15, 2018

Sep 15, 2018
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KPCW host Rick Brough is joined by the self-proclaimed Rick's Flick Chicks Barb Bretz, Katy Wang, and Linda Jager to review summer movie experiences, Sundance films playing in Park City, and Oscar talk.

On today’s program, Summit County Lieutenant Justin Hemingway and Park City School District Associate Superintendent of Wellness Ben Belnap talk about Front Line, Blue Line – an event taking place on September 10th at PCHS. This is an opportunity for parents to learn more about how to keep kids safe , identify risky behaviors and what to do about it.