The 2015 DOCUTAH International Film Festival is ready to start in St. George, Utah. Thus, from September 8 to12, 2015, you can enjoy independent documentary films which inspire audiences by providing a global connection to the universal human experience. If you have the chance, don’t miss this festival! This year will be better than ever!
Phil Tuckett, DOCUTAH Artistic Director and Director of the DSU Film Program, planted the seed of DOCUTAH in 2009 and a small group of film enthusiasts created the inaugural event in September of 2010. Since then, more than 1500 movies have been submitted from 70 plus countries. The 2015 festival is the sixth year of run!
Because Ravens are found throughout the world, they represent the international scope of DOCUTAH.
Attendees to the Festival have the opportunity to meet film directors and interact with them in seminars, panels and social events. DOCUTAH welcomes the world and at the same time captures the community of Southern Utah and Southern Nevada.
50 films are chosen each year. 2015 includes important items: themes: social, medical abuses, the Spanish economic crisis, conflicts in the Middle East, religion and reason, pollution, the potential for development in the Third World … Docutah rocks!
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Bach in Madrid by Jose del Rio: 9/8 – 5:20pm – Concert Hall, 9/11 – 6:15pm – Dunford Auditorium.
Synopsis of Bach in Madrid: The orchestra and choir of La Capilla Real de Madrid, played the integral of J.S. Bach’s Cantatas and sacred works in Madrid churches during 8 years. This documentary follows them into the process. A process which includes music and beauty, but also great difficulties in relation with the Spanish economic crisis and administrative apathy to support culture. How much value do we expect from lovers of art and music? Don’t miss it! The documentary is full of epic moments.
Documentary: Bach in Madrid trailer. English subtitles.