Park City Film Series

ON today's Local news Hour, host Leslie Thatcher speaks with Park City school superintendent Ember Conley about modifications to the PCHS library so PCCAPS can use it. Marci Heim will be in town May 14th talking about how non-profit organizations can  mine for  those large gifts. Deb Lewis has details about Tuesday's free lunch and National Weather Service hydrologist Brian MacInerney - who will introduce the documentary on Thursday at 7 PM - talks about our local watermarks.

"Nell and Chris talk about the Edward Abbey documentary titled "Wrenched", showing this Thursday the 9th at Prospector Theater.  Katy Wang, Executive Director of the Park City Film Series and host of the documentary joins them in conversation on this film and the multi-day symposium titled "Re-Imagine Western Landscapes" occurring Friday and Saturday."

Adventure town is coming to Park Cityon Thursday with the 5Point Film Festival and their 'On The Road' series hosted by the Park City Film Series. Lynn Ware Peek has more.

In this edition of This Green Earth, Chris Cherniak and Nell Larson first speak with Chris Crockett, an aquatic biologist with the Utah Department of Wildlife Resources.  Crockett specializes in amphibians and discusses the re-introduction of the Columbia Spotted Frog into Swaner Preserve.  After that, Chris and Nell speak with Katy Wang of the Park City Film Series about their latest film,  A Fierce Green Fire, a documentary about the origins of the environmental movement here in the U.S.

In this edition John Wells and Peggy Ijams welcome their first musical guest Austin Wolfe. Austin is a Park City High School student and former American Idol contestant. She sings a brand new song she just wrote two days prior and only played for her mom. You can hear her first ever official performance of the song in the podcast. John and Peg also speak with Katie Wang from the Park City Film Series, upcoming weekend events and more. Don't forget to like their new Facebook page too.

Filmmaker Jason Wise discusses his film with Leslie Thatcher on the Local News Hour that looks at the secret world of Master Sommeliers and the test that very few can pass.  The Park City Film Series presents a special screening of SOMM on Thursday evening - for 21 years and older.

During this week that some of the World's best cyclists come to Utah, the Park City Film Series will screen a documentary about a classic cycling rivalry involving American champion Greg Lemond and French champion Bernard Hinault. Lynn Ware Peek has more.

On the premiere of KPCW's Mountain Summer show, hosts John Wells and Peggy Ijams were joined by station General Manager and President Larry Warren to talk about the show and what's coming up. Ryan Cray and Kate Boyd from Park Silly Market and Alissa Daly from Republic Services joined the show to talk about "recycle day" which is their theme this Sunday. Travis English dropped by to talk about the Summit County Fair and Katy Wang joined the show to talk about the Park City Film Series.

The Park City Film Series on Thursday presents the documentary "Tanzania - A Journey Within" - the story of two unlikely friends and their trek to Africa. Rick Brough has more.

If you missed it at the Film Festival in January, this Thursday evening you can see "Alive Inside," - the runaway audience favorite at Sundance this year. Lynn Ware Peek has more.

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