Thanks to a grant we received from the Shop in Utah program, Park City Film memberships are 50% off through November. Enjoy the same great benefits for half the price and help support independent film exhibition during this challenging time! Complete details on member levels and benefits.
What time do the shows start? There are two film screenings each night one at 7:00pm and the second at 9 or 9:30pm - check individual film listings for details. Tickets are per film - so if you want to stay for a double feature, you will need to buy a ticket to each of the films. What time are
FOR GRACE Directed by Mark Helenowski and Kevin Pang Not Rated | 92 min Curtis Duffy, one of the country's most renowned chefs, is building his dream restaurant. The recipient of two coveted Michelin stars, Duffy has a laser focus on his cooking career and his ambition is to make his
This week we are joined by Park City Board Member and wine-lover Jay Zynczak with a selection of films and recommended wines to enjoy them with. These recommendations are part of our efforts to provide curated suggestions during our intermission, as well as Park City Film's celebration of our
As we celebrate 25 years of bringing independent cinema to Summit County, we're taking a look back at where we started and how we got to where we are now. Throughout our birthday month we'll post more chapters of our history, so please check back each week! CHAPTER TWO With the
March 30, 1995 marks the first time a movie was screened in the Jim Santy Auditorium by the Park City Film Series. Since then, we have screened over 1,500 films and we remain Summit County's only non-profit Art House Cinema. We are, and always have been, about bringing our community together through
George’s picks from the Park City Film's Archives. Click on the movie title to find its archive page 1998-1999 America History X Sliding Doors 1999-2000 The Red Violin Being John
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