Moab International Film Festival
All films transferable pass: $30

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  • Sgt. Pepper's Music and Video
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Propaganda
Prepare for Indoctrination

Star Hall on Saturday, September 20th, 2014 7:30 pm


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Propaganda - Prepare for Indoctrination
Presented by an anonymous North Korean professor, this anti-Western propaganda film attacks the moral attenuation, political manipulation and hyper-consumerism that characterize the Western world. In chapters with titles like “Rewriting History,” “Advertising” and “The Cult of Celebrity,” we are treated to a lineup of the most embarrassing occidental excesses and globalization, the “psychological warfare” at the hands of multinationals, shopping-obsessed consumers and the failure of democracy. Then there’s time for the “Grab it!” culture of the one percent and additional moral deterioration in the form of Paris Hilton, unethical TV shows and violent movies and games. Toward the end of this propaganda piece, the role of North Korea in all of this becomes clear: the country would like to offer itself as headquarters for the mounting fight against consumer slavery and greed worldwide.

Producers

Slavko Martinov & Mike Kelland

Director

Slavko Martinov

Screenplay

Slavko Martinov

Associate Producer

Thomas Mai

Actor

Eugene Chang

Voice-over

Susannah Kenton

Editor

Mike Kelland

Sound Mixer

Ben Edwards

Music

Jody Lloyd

Art Director

Nick White

Website

Carl Pavletich & Nick White




Harry Hellfire

Star Hall on Saturday, September 20th, 2014 10:00 pm
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“Harry Hellfire”is the story of a great rock musician the world missed out on . Residing in a tent behind a seaside graveyard in Greenport Long Island, Harry struggles in this telling of his life’s story. This is the tale of Harry’s existence; one shaped by, bullying, inner demons, and defeat.

An amazing self-taught guitarist in his adolescence, Harry continues to seek refuge through his playing. Through his own words and those who have known him since childhood, ‘Harry Hellfire’ pieces together a portrait to be left unfinished. A song yet to be sung.

Official Harry Hellfire Website

Last Rush for the Wild West:
Tar Sands, Oil Shale, and the American Frontier
Star Hall on Friday, September 19th, 2014 7:30 pm
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It's the most polluting, destructive, expensive and inefficient way to extract oil from the earth. And Utah has rolled out the red carpet for this industry to come to the United States for the very first time.

Tar Sands and Oil Shale mining would put the Colorado River watershed, which 30 million people rely on, at risk of being contaminated and dewatered. Vast landscapes would be destroyed. Air quality in Salt Lake City would be further impaired. Climate disruption would escalate.

The approval of this first United States strip mine was granted despite evidence of catastrophic effects on health, families, water and forests, caused by Tar Sands strip mining in Alberta. And despite the reality that American taxpayers would essentially be hiring wealthy foreign corporations to do it.

First on deck to be strip mined is beautiful PR Springs in eastern Utah. U.S. Oil Sands (a Canadian company), having received approval from Utah's agencies, is looking for investors in order to get started. And the only thing getting in their way is a resolute contingent of local activists, attorneys and citizens.

In Order of Appearance:

Chief Bill Erasmus – Dene First Nation, National Chief
Elder Francois Paulette – Dene First Nation, Council of Elders Chair – former Chief
Raphael Cordray – Utah Tar Sands Resistance
Zachary Frankel – Utah Rivers Council, Director
Ashley Sanders – Peaceful Uprising
Kate Anderson – Before it Starts, Co-Director
John Weisheit – Living Rivers, Colorado Riverkeeper
Jared Parkinson – Utah Water Rights Attorney
Bryn MacDonald – Former Canadian Tar Sands Employee
Rob Herbert – Utah Department of Environmental Quality,
former Groundwater Protection Section Manager
Kathy Alburg – Grandmother, Unitarian Church Member
Dr. Brian Moench – Utah Physicians for a Healthy Environment, President
President Barack Obama - President of the United States of America
Joro Walker – Senior Attorney for Western Resource Advocates
Christopher Hogle – Attorney for US Oil Sands
Sarah Wright – Utah Clean Energy
Scotty Stoughton – Musician, Bonfire Dub - Owner, Stand Up Paddle Colorado
Scotty Soltronic – Artist, Musician, Engineer, Event Producer
Anthony Motto – Performing Artist, Event Producer, DJ
Gaudi – Musician, Composer, Producer

Crew:
director –Jennifer Ekstrom
editor -Dan Bosler
assistant editors -Dayna Vancott-Jonathan Judeen

cameras

-Emerson Urry
-Hekter McElliot
-Jennifer Ekstrom
-Max Wilbert
-Porter Teegarden
-Rich Wallin
-Dan Bosler
-Steve Liptay
-Tyler Smith

additional footage -dirtyoilsands.org

still photography -Hekter McElliot
-Marsha Lutz
-Max Wilbert
-Steve Liptay

consulting producer -Porter Teegarden

production assistant -Marsha Lutz

title graphics -Kenneth Hoffman

additional graphics -Dan Bosler

script -Jennifer Ekstrom

script consultant -Liz Allen

narration -Stan Clawson

audio mix -Tyler Smith

music composition -Michael Iris




All Films Transferable Film Festival Passes

Passes include all short films, and feature length films and are transferable so if you're not using it, your friend can borrow it.

Several short films have also been selected and reflect the international nature of the festival. Like last
year, the festival will world premiere another music video, I Dared from U.K. Filmmaker Arran Green.
Other selected short films include;
  • I Dared, from U.K. Filmmaker Arran Green
  • Le Premiere Pas (translation: The First Step) by Aurelien Laplace from France
  • Eye Candy is a short story about a young buy with an obsession for spectacles and a changing vision
  • Siddhant Joshi of India focuses in on migrant workers in India in his film, City of Tears
  • Chris Esper's Still Life, is the story of a photography student's struggles with creativity and talent.
  • Worth
  • Experience
  • The Last Straw
  • Moments
  • Happy Place

All films transferable pass: $30

All Films Festival Pass

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