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A documentary portrait of the late John Wojtowicz, whose attempted robbery of a Brooklyn bank to finance his male lover's sex-reassignment surgery was the real-life inspiration for Dog Day Afternoon (1975).
Directed by Alison Berg & Frank Keraudren
Run Time 100 mins Documentary 2013
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Amjad Ali Khan’s concerts have been called magical. As a sarod virtuoso he is a superstar in India and around the world, revered for his expressive, vocalized playing. In his hands, the sarod’s 25 strings produce a rich palette of overtones mimicking the complex tone colours and expressive range of the human voice. With his two sons, Amaan and Ayaan, this trio transcends a musical lineage of seven generations, making the instrument timeless.
Winner of the 2014 Rocky Mountain Choreography Festival, Carrie Miles "Gatherings" will consist of dances that have been choreographed over a 3 year period. Dealing with the relationships and struggles, comings and goings of our personal, work and daily lives through the eyes of dancer, choreographer. Performers for will be dancers from Imagine Ballet Theatre, Weber State dancers and graduates as well as Carrie Miles.
Wrenched reveals how Edward Abbey's anarchistic spirit and riotous novels influenced and helped guide the nascent environmental movement of the seventies and eighties. Through interviews, archival footage and reenactments, this documentary captures the outrage of Abbey's friends who were the original ecowarriors. In defense of wilderness, these early activists pioneered monkeywrenching, a radical blueprint for wrenching the system.
Directed by M.L. Lincoln
Written by Patrick Gambuti Jr
Run Time 93 mins Documentary 2013
This fall, Warren Miller releases its 65th ski film, No Turning Back. The newest installment pays homage to the 65 years of mountain culture and adventure filmmaking that has lead us to every end of the winter world—and this year is no different. From beneath the blankets of powder in Niseko, Japan to the top of Greece’s Mount Olympus, the French Alps, and the Mom & Pop hills of Montana, each location is sure to provide nothing but stoke.