Park City Film

On today's Local News Hour:

( 04:11) Summit County Council Member Doug Clyde recaps Monday’s special meeting.

( 16:34 ) Summit County Clerk Kent Jones has details about the official canvas and how voting went despite the pandemic.

( 29:53 ) Director of Park City Film Katy Wang has a look at some of the virtual films they’re showing and news about not opening the Santy for at least a few more months.

( 38:14) Wasatch County Clerk Cal Griffiths has details on voter turnout and canvas.

On today's Local News Hour:

(07:15) Summit County Council Member Kim Carson recaps Wednesday's meeting.

( 25:04) Park City Summit County Arts Council Ex. Director Jocelyn Scudder and member of the Recreation Committee Peter Tomai discuss one of the items on your ballot – the reauthorization of the RAP tax.

( 34:16) Snyderville Planning Commission Chairman Ryan Dickey has a recap of Tuesday's meeting.

On today's Local News Hour: 

( 02:57) Summit County Council Chairman Doug Clyde recaps Wednesday's meeting, including the council’s denial of an appeal filed against the Summit County Clubhouse.

(20:27) Co-Chair of the Wasatch Back Chapter of the Citizens' Climate Lobby Lauren Barros has details about what the chapter is up to, their monthly virtual meetings and monthly hikes.

(31:55) Executive Director Park City Film Katy Wang has a preview of this weekend’s Twilight Drive-In and plans for the upcoming winter season.



On today's Local News Hour:

( 00:03) Summit County Council Member Glenn Wright recaps Wednesday's meeting.

( 09:39 ) Katy Wang Park City Film Executive Director and Sundance Institute Managing Director and CFO Betsy Wallace have details on the new Drive-In dates and a free Sundance Film Screening on August 30th.

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(05:37) - Summit County Manager Tom Fisher with preview of Wednesday’s County Council meeting.

(26:22) - Director of Park City Film Katy Wang talks about the partnering with the Utah Olympic Park and the Twilight Drive-In movie schedule.


Park City Film’s annual summer drive-in screening series held in Prospector has already sold out, but the nonprofit is offering another summer drive-in movie series at the Utah Olympic Park. Executive Director Katy Wang says the organization has partnered with local events company Dragonfly Media Technologies to bring in updated technology that allows films to start before the sun goes down – a first for Park City Film. 


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With theaters dark and no sign of opening soon, Park City Film has come up with a plan to keep us engaged with the important stories that are told through cinema: Drive-in movies.


The nonprofit’s annual drive-in movie series held in Prospector Square will return soon, joined by another series of screenings held at the Utah Olympic Park’s parking lot tentatively titled “Olympic Park After Dark.”


Today on the Local News Hour: 

(08:17) - Summit County Council member Chris Robinson has a recap of Wednesday’s meeting.

(24:31) - Snyderville Basin Planning Commissioner Canice Hart discusses the planning meeting which included a positive recommendation on an application for The Summit county Clubhouse to locate in an existing residence along Highland Drive.

(37:55) - Park City Film Director Katy Wang has the monthly update which includes information on upcoming drive-in movie events and virtual access to screening a number of films.

Today on the Local News Hour:

(00:05) - Weather

(08:58) - Park City School District Business Administrator Todd Hauber has details on Wednesday’s board meeting when the board approved next year’s budget and had another look at master planning.

(26:03) - Park City Manager Matt Dias has a preview of the agenda for Thursday's city council meeting, including the adoption of next year’s budget.

(39:09) - Park City Film Executive Director Katy Wang has an update on their virtual film offerings, including a film and Q and A happening tonight.

Park City School District Superintendent Jill Gildea and Business Administrator Todd Hauber (03:26) talk about next year’s  budget  and possible cuts  as well as the future of education in the district, given the lessons they’ve learned from the COVID-19 pandemic. Park City Manager Matt Dias (29:22) has a preview of the agenda for Thursday's city council meeting and Katy Wang (43:14)with Park City Film has details about the Virtual Film Series.

Summit County Council Member Chris Robinson has a recap of Wednesday's meeting and the Director of Park City Film Katy Wang has details on this weekend's screening at Jim Santy Auditorium and a look ahead at this month’s calendar. 

On today’s program, Director of Park City Film Katy Wang has details on this weekend's screening at Jim Santy Auditorium. Park City Acting Manager Matt Dias and Mayor Andy Beerman reflect on 2019 and look ahead to the city's priorities for 2020, Midway City Councilmember Elect Steve Dougherty talks about his goals for his upcoming term and Chair of the Wasatch County Latino Coalition Yuri Jenson has a look at some of the results from a survey the Coalition conducted of the Latino community this past summer. 


The film is a documentary that follows John and Molly Chester’s journey from city living in Los Angeles to starting and caring for the 200-acre Apricot Lane Farms 40 miles north of the city. The Chesters’ approach to the farm centers around balancing the local ecosystem and respecting the farm’s animals and land. Park City Film Executive Director Katy Wang says the film looks at the environment through a hopeful lens.

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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.

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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: