Published 2:18 pm CDT, Friday, September 21, 2018 File - In this Jan. 7, 2017 file photo, Amberley Snyder rounds a barrel atop her horse named Legacy, also known as French Open, during the Dash for Cash barrel races at the Spanish Fork fairgrounds in Spanish Fork, Utah. Not everyone can say they've been a stunt double in a feature film. But that's exactly what Utah State University alumna Amberley Snyder, partially paralyzed professional barrel racer, is able to say now that she has finished filming "Walk Ride Rodeo," slated to debut on Netflix in 2019. The film will be a dramatic portrayal of Snyder's life with a full cast of actors and actresses. (Isaac Hale /The Daily Herald via AP, File) less File - In this Jan. 7, 2017 file photo, Amberley Snyder rounds a barrel atop her horse named Legacy, also known as French Open, during the Dash for Cash barrel races at the Spanish Fork fairgrounds in Spanish ... more … [Read more...] about Partially paralyzed Utah barrel racer’s story to hit Netflix
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The problem with movies about Alaska, says Alaska-based cartoonist and screenwriter Chad Carpenter, is their creators “don’t film in Alaska.” Carpenter, who writes the syndicated comic strip “Tundra,” decided to fix that by writing and producing a movie made in and about Alaska. Thus was born “Moose: The Movie,” a horror-comedy that will open the weirdest little film festival in America, the Bicknell International Film Festival. The festival, running July 27 and 28, is a celebration of bad B-movies that launched in 1996 in Bicknell, a central Utah town of more than 300 residents just west of Capitol Reef National Park. The festival has been on hiatus since 2013, but is returning thanks to a local arts organization and the owners of a recently renovated theater. “There’s a lot of pent-up demand for BIFF,” said Don Gomes, vice president of the board of directors of Entrada Institute, the arts nonprofit in Torrey, 8 … [Read more...] about It’s a moose! It’s a man! It’s the star of the weird little film festival returning to tiny Bicknell, Utah.
1 of 19 View 19 Items Niko Tavernise, Twentieth Century Fox Hugh Jackman in a scene from "The Greatest Showman." Related Links Josh Terry: Happiness is a drive-in movie and a bag of Twizzlers Bleep Podcast: A geeky 2018 summer movie preview Summer Movie Preview: Hollywood roars back into action SALT LAKE CITY — Set among the mountain ranges and deserts of Utah are numerous city parks. From the small neighborhood parks to the large regional parks, the green space provides a place where the community can gather to enjoy the great outdoors. Many parks in the state will be the setting for outdoor movies this year. Gather your friends and family and head over to your local park and watch a movie under the stars on a warm summer night. Movies are free and begin at dusk, unless otherwise noted. Note: This list is not all-inclusive, and events and prices are subject to change. Please send information on additional events to … [Read more...] about 40-plus places to watch outdoor movies in Utah this summer
1 of 10 View 10 Items Provided by Utah Renaissance Faire The Knights of Mayhem, led by Eagle Mountain native and world jousting champion Charlie Andrews, puts on jousting performances each year at the Utah Renaissance Faire. Related Link 40-plus places to watch outdoor movies in Utah this summer SALT LAKE CITY — Summertime, when the livin' is easy and the festivals run rampant. From film to food to music to theater — and a handful of unique city festivals and rodeos — the Beehive State has festivals to keep you busy all summer long. Here's a list of nearly 100 festivals to consider adding to your summer calendar. Note: This list is not all-inclusive, and events and prices are subject to change. Please send information on additional events to [email protected] FILM June 1: Ogden Film Festival, Peery’s Egyptian Theater, 2415 Washington Blvd., Ogden In its second year, the Ogden Film Festival will present professional … [Read more...] about Music, food and rodeos: Nearly 100 festivals in Utah to explore this summer
Sections N News S Sports O Opinion R Religion A Arts & Living M Must Reads Video Photography P Podcasts S Sponsored Legal Notices Obituaries Jobs Homes Sections Friday, April 13, 2018 Sign In Subscribe Account Sign Out Sign In Subscribe Account Sign Out facebook twitter email facebook twitter email By Sandy Cohen | The Associated Press · Published: March 16 Updated: March 16, 2018 Some things are universal about being a teenager: the budding sexuality and sense of identity, the dramatic emotions, the profound need for acceptance and confusing inklings of first love. Countless movies (and books and songs and TV shows) plumb the agony and elation of teen romance, but “Love, Simon” brings fresh perspective to the genre by focusing on an experience unseen in … [Read more...] about ‘Love, Simon’ a fresh and classic take on first love