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  • 48 Hour Film OUT Project

    Filmmakers from all over the Salt Lake City, UT area will compete to see who can make the best LGBT+ film in only 48 hours. The winning film will screen at Filmapalooza 2019.

    For more information: go to

    Participating Teams


    Here are some of the teams that will be making a short film for Salt Lake City in only 48 hours.


    • No Sleep Till Broadway Jeff Twede
    • Samael Productions Christian Dives
    • Sassy Duck Pictures Kevin McDaniel
    • Squats Tatonka Jacob Winn
    • Tangy Deverien Todd Brown
    July 13, 2018 at 6pm - July 15, 2018 at 6pm
    Rose Wagner (for screening)
    138 W 300 S
    Slc, UT 84101
    United States
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    $175.00 USD · rsvp

  • Reel Stories Film Premiere

    Spy Hop announces the world premiere of a collection of new documentary films from Utah teens.  For three weeks, these students are immersed in film, and each finish their own five minute documentary on subjects of their choice.

    REEL Stories, Spy Hop Productions longest running film class, opens up the world of filmmaking to anyone who is interested and passionate about telling their story.  For almost all of the students, this was their first experience making a film, and the final results are a tribute to their months of hard work.

    Join us for a free screening of these films. After each film there will be a short Q&A with the filmmaker. A reception will follow with some light refreshments. This is a free event and open to the public, but space is limited. Come hear what the next generation of filmmakers have to say, we promise you won’t be disappointed.

    Spy Hop’s Reel Stories Program is made possible with support from: Salt Lake Film Society, Salt Lake Community College, Zoo Arts and Parks of Salt Lake County, the National Endowment for the Arts, The George & Dolores Dore Eccles Foundation, Salt Lake City Arts Council, Salt Lake County, Adobe Project 1324 and the Utah Division of Arts and Museums.

    Watch the 2016 Reel Stories Films

    Language of Movement, Solana Hansen | 15 | Academy for Math, Engineering and Science
    Dancer Tristan Grey explains his use of dance for self expression.

    The Long Journey Home, Braydin Littleford | 17 | Riverton High School
    A story about a military family and their first deployment.

    Home, Ez Cortez-Trujillo | 19 | Innovations Early College High School
    The story of what my life was like at a point where I felt hopeless, lost, and alone. Then Ella came into my life and changed it for the better.

    real woman, Mira-Rose Kingsbury-Lee | 14 | West High School
    Eravati, a transgender Indian woman, recounts the story of her coming out and transition.

    Mindful Flow, Jack Relyea | 16 | Salt Lake School for the Performing Arts
    Join Dr. Dave as he goes into depth about the benefits of meditation and higher consciousness.

    Proof, Gabriel Bangerter | 16 | Salt Lake School for the Performing Arts
    A film about what it is like to be a paranormal investigator, with a couple of scary stories mixed in.

    Instant Star, Atticus Dame | 15 | Hillside Middle School
    Follow an Instagram star as she shares the story of her rise to 300,000 followers and gives advice on how to start a viral Instagram page.

    Fight Like a Girl, Ashley Arnson | 16 | American Fork High School
    Fight Like a Girl is about a young woman competing on the American Fork High School wrestling team. She tells the story of how she started and why she continues.

    Red Rover, Red Rover, Dennis Dolan | 15 | Skyline High School
    Annie-Louise Holbrook explains her struggles with mental illness.

    Authentic Voice, Sharay Juarez | 17 | East High School
    This film tells the story of two female artists being creative and doing what they love to do. It sends a message to all young artists to never give up and to be proud of what you do.

    Hiding in the Open, Sam Resetarits | 18 | West High School
    Hiding in the Open recounts the events which took place throughout the investigation and discovery of an enlisted woman’s sexuality and the challenges that followed.

    July 09, 2018 at 7pm
    Broadway Centre Cinemas
    111 W Broadway
    Slc, UT 84111
    United States
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  • CreativeMornings Presents: Becca Clason

    Becca Clason is a stop-motion animator and lettering artist. She creates her tactile letterforms by hand, using all kinds of materials: berries, flowers, yogurt, candy, push pins, coffee beans, nickels, sticks, sushi, concrete, you name it. She and Josh Clason create videos for social media and TV commercials for brands all over the world, such as Starbucks, American Express, Charles Schwab, Target, Lowe’s, Citibank, Nordstrom, Kellogg’s, General Mills, and Frito-Lay. She also created the annual lettering retreat and conference, Letter West, where lettering artists from all over the world gather in Utah to hone and explore their craft while taking workshops from and listening to some of the industry’s top talent.

    In her talk, “The Power of Craft”, Becca will discuss how she carved out a handcrafting career for herself as well as the physical and psychological benefits of making things by hand.

    June 29, 2018 at 8:30am
    Industrious Salt Lake City Downtown
    10 W Broadway Suite 700
    Salt Lake City, UT 84101
    United States
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  • Utah Film Showcase Screening

    ***Submit your short format film (20 minutes or less), documentary, music video, video for free! Send the downloadable link to   Deadline submission date is September 2nd Midnight.***

    Come one, come all to the Utah Film Showcase! We are highlighting filmmakers from Utah and showing their films for free at the Megaplex Theaters at Jordan Commons 9335 State St, Sandy, UT 84070.

    September 12, 2018 at 6:30pm
    Megaplex Theatres at Jordan Commons
    9335 S State St
    Sandy , UT 84070
    United States
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  • Marketing - Personal Branding for LinkedIn

    Thought LinkedIn was just for finding a job?

    Today, 546 million entrepreneurs, executives, and working professionals are using LinkedIn to sell products and services, buy and sell businesses, form strategic partnerships, make meaningful connections, and yes, people still use LinkedIn to find jobs.

    People are also using LinkedIn to build their personal brands and engage in thought leadership. When you build a strong personal brand and engage in thought leadership you build influence, and through that influence you can make an impact, serve others, and build your career or business in the process. 

    Josh Steimle, Founder of Influencer Inc, will share:

    --The four questions every thought leader must answer
    --How he wrote LinkedIn posts that were seen millions of times
    --The three-step process to become a thought leader on LinkedIn

    Josh Steimle is an author, speaker, and entrepreneur. He has written over 300 articles for publications like Fortune, Time, Forbes, Inc., Mashable, TechCrunch, and Entrepreneur, and is the author of Chief Marketing Officers at Work, which contains 29 interviews with CMOs from organizations like GE, the Harvard Business School, Spotify, Target, and PayPal and was recognized in Success Magazine as one of the 5 Best Business Books of 2016. Josh is the CEO of MWI, a digital marketing firm he founded in 1999 with offices in Hong Kong, Singapore, China, the UK, and the US. Josh is a TEDx speaker and presents to business and marketing events worldwide. He is also the founder of Influencer Inc, a publishing, training, and events company that turns executives into thought leaders. Entrepreneur Magazine put Josh on their 50 Inspirational Entrepreneurs to Watch in 2017 list, Forbes recognized him as one of 25 Marketing Influencers To Watch In 2017, Josh was ranked #7 on Richtopia’s list of Top 100 Most Influential CMOs, and data from social media research firm Leadtail ranked Josh #11 on their list of People Most Mentioned and Retweeted by CMOs. Josh has been interviewed for national TV, radio, and leading podcasts on topics related to technology, marketing, and entrepreneurship, and in Asia, Josh consults with leaders in government on topics related to entrepreneurship and startups. He has held various board positions on or otherwise worked with non-profit entities related to adoption, education, entrepreneurship, economics, and government policy. Josh holds a Masters of Information Systems Management from Brigham Young University (BYU). Josh started his marketing agency while a student at BYU where he won the BYU Business Plan Competition in 2001. Josh was named the Young Entrepreneur of the Year in 2002 by the Utah chapter of the Small Business Administration. Josh lives in Shenzhen, China with his wife and two children, and is an avid reader, trail runner, triathlete, and skateboarder. He is an active member of the LDS Church.

    SPECIAL NOTE: Since there will be food at this event and room is limited to the first 50 who sign up to come, we will need you to sign up on Eventbrite with this link:

    Dinner will be provided. Pizza plus artisan churros from San Diablo!

    Yes, this still a free ELP event, but we will not plan to break into tables the second hour like our regular schedule. There will be some great people to talk with about marketing.

    Parking is free. This is on the SLCC campus just off I-15. It's the second building in from the road. After entering the building, take the elevator to the third floor and follow the signs to the southwest corner room. 
    We understand that you are working your business too. Please silence phones and if you need to take calls during the meeting, please step into the hall away from the doorway. There will be free wifi at this meeting and you may use a laptop as needed. You can come/go at anytime. We welcome your participation in helping each other.

    June 26, 2018 at 5:30pm
    Miller Business Resource Center
    9690 S 300 West
    Sandy, UT 84070
    United States
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  • Fear No Film 2018 @ the Utah Arts Festival

    2018 Utah Arts Festival: Fear No Film 

    Library Auditorium
    Thu, June 21 - Sun, June 24

    2018 is ripping off a patchwork of societal band aids, each placed over time across a range of incomplete issues. Fear No Film 2018 distinguishes these band aids through a lense of over 50 international short films, grouped thematically into categories of Self Identity, Self Comparison, Our Busy Pace, The Information Age, Opportunity Disparity, Differing Trajectories, and New Boundaries. Each program contains multiple award-winning short films and differing filmmaker styles.

    Screenings last about an hour inside the City Library Auditorium. All Screenings, except for kids’ films shown in the Kids Art Yard, can contain adult content. All are free to the public.

    Self Identity

    • The Jump, 10 min, United Kingdom
    • Real Lovin, 4 min, Canada
    • You Will Be Fine, 15 min, France
    • The Embroidered Dress, 20 min, Turkey
    • A Portrait Of…, 3 min, Utah
    • Ladia, 7 min, Massachusetts
    • I Don’t Love You Anymore, 3 min, Spain

    Self Comparison

    • Make America Black Again, 13 min, New York
    • The Garage, 11 min, Illinois
    • Samar, 9 min, Iran
    • A Hand of Bridge, 15 min, New York
    • Sonja, 4 min, Slovakia
    • Game, 16 min, California

    The Information Age

    • Incendio, 6 min, Oregon
    • Ranapakhara, 10 min, United Arab Emirates
    • Basketball, 4 min, California
    • Training, 3 min, Nevada
    • Birthday Night, 23 min, Iran

    Our Busy Pace

    • 24/7, 6 min, Australia
    • Psicolapse, 8 min, Spain
    • Aaba, 22 min, India
    • Scandal, 4 min, Reunion Island
    • Nin Tho’, 3 min, Vietnam
    • With My Own Hands, 4 min, France

    Differing Trajectories

    • Ready to Assemble, 21 min, Norway
    • The American Lawn, 2 min, Utah
    • Epoch, 5 min, Malaysia
    • Transmission, 17 min, United Kingdom
    • The Mauritania Railway, 12 min, Spain

    Opportunity Disparity

    • Are You Volleyball?!, 14 min, Iran
    • The Replacement, 11 min, United Arab Emirates
    • Kapitalistis, 14 min, Belgium
    • Monica, 5 min, Germany
    • Serving Time, 6 min, Utah
    • The Good Fight, 17 min, Brazil

    New Boundaries

    • Mai, 7 min, Spain
    • Beyond Action, 6 min, Spain
    • The Observer Effect, 19 min, Ireland
    • Like Salt, 25 min, New York
    • Vigil, 4 min, California

    Utah Short Film of the Year Competition

    • Endure, 12 min, A University of Utah Department of Film Studies Production
    • Freund, 7 min, Multiple Film Festivals
    • Tomorrow’s Shores, 7 min, Multiple Film Festivals
    • Bonnie and Mark, 10 min, A RadioWest Production
    • Dead Air, 15 min, A Spy Hop Production
    • Goldfish, 7 min, Winner of 2017 SLC 48 Hour Film Project
    • Community Patrol, 13 min, Winner of Big Sky Documentary Film Festival

    *All screenings may contain adult content.


    KIDS! 3 and up

    Art Yard

    Short films made for little people ages 3 and up screened hourly in the Art Yard noon-8PM.

    • Peixes, 6 min, Spain
    • I can’t wait to fly!, 5 min, Japan
    • The Snowboys, 4 min, Russia
    • Trail Running Toddlers, 4 min, Utah

    KIDS! 8 and up

    Art Yard

    Short films intended to challenge the imagination and intellect of children ages 8 and up, screened hourly in the Art Yard noon-8PM.

    • Talent Scout, 8 min, Spain
    • Doctor of Monster, 11 min, Brazil
    • A Turn for the Best: A Film About Artists with Disabilities, 11 min, Utah
    • Finn’s Whistle, 11 min, Idaho

    SCHEDULE SAMPLES:  for full schedule go to

    June 21, 2018 at 12pm - June 25, 2018 at 12pm
    Utah Arts Festival
    200 E 400 S
    Salt Lake City, UT 84111
    United States
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    $15.00 USD · rsvp

  • Ableton Beatmaking Demonstrations


    Ableton Beatmaking Demonstrations @ The Utah Arts Festival

    Thu, June 22 & Fri, June 23
    2PM, 4PM, and 6PM daily

    Ever wondered how some of your favorite songs are created or what the producers of that record used? Come learn from some seasoned producers and users of Ableton Live. Learn cool production tricks, performance setups, and more! Join us for a combination of presentations and performances by Spy Hop students and local producers!

    June 22, 2018 at 2pm - June 24, 2018 at 2pm
    Utah Arts Festival
    200 E 400 S
    Salt Lake City, UT 84111
    United States
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    $15.00 USD · rsvp

  • Utah Intercollegiate Esports Invitational 2018

    ##Welcome to the Second Annual Utah Intercollegiate Esports Invitational (Utah ICE).

    Join us for a jam packed two day weekend for one of the largest collegiate invitational events within the state of Utah. Tucked away in the beautiful mountains of the Wasatch Front The Utah Intercollegiate Esports Invitational can be found at the

    South Towne Expo Center in Sandy, Utah where Utah ICE joins forces with Salt Lake Gaming Con.

    ##OPEN TITLES Open Titles welcome to anyone and everyone coming to Salt Lake Gaming Con. We will be taking pre-registrations on this page, but you must purchase a Salt Lake Gaming Con Pass in order to compete. No additional fees will be needed to compete in any of the tournaments, if you make it into the con, you can make it into the tournament. You can even compete in multiple!More Details on purchasing a Salt Lake Gaming Con Pass

    Smash 4
    Street Fighter 5
    Dragonball FighterZ
    Smash Melee
    Tekken 7
    NBA 2K18
    ##PRIZE POOLS More information on Prize Pools for the open tournaments will be coming soon.

    Schools from within and around Utah including, University of Utah, Arizona State University, University of Nevada - Las Vegas, University of Colorado - Boulder, Utah State University, Neumont University, Brigham Young University, Weber State University, Utah Valley University, Southern Utah University.

    July 06, 2018 at 12am - July 08, 2018 at 12am
    South Towne Expo Center
    9575 State St
    Sandy, UT 84070
    United States
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  • 2018 CVPR (Computer Vision and Pattern Recognition)

    CVPR 2018 will take place at the Calvin L. Rampton Salt Palace Convention Center the week of June 18-22, 2018 in Salt Lake City, Utah. 
    Main Conference and Exhibition: June 19-21 
    Workshops and Tutorials: June 18, 22

    With over 3300 main-conference paper submissions and 979 accepted papers, CVPR 2018 offers an exciting program covering a wide variety of state-of-the-art work in the field of computer vision. In addition to the main program, CVPR 2018 includes 21 tutorials, 48 workshops, our annual doctoral consortium, and a growing industrial exhibition featuring over 115 companies. We are grateful to our numerous sponsors for their continued support.

    We hope you enjoy CVPR while you're here and take some time either before or after the meeting to enjoy the mountains, lakes, national parks, and other attractions of Utah.

    CVPR represents an international community of scholars whose collective efforts are embodied in one of the finest conferences in all of Computer Science.

    The CVPR organizers take the view that good ideas can come from anyone, anywhere and that these good ideas should be disseminated for the good of all humanity – without exception. The organizing committee will continue to work to ensure that we do all we can to live up to these ideals. Our community knows no boundaries and we will strive to help researchers to participate, no matter where they live and without regard to race, gender, or background.

    All participants are expected to abide by the meeting's Code of Conduct.

    You do not have to be an author to attend.

    June 18, 2018 at 8am - June 23, 2018 at 8am
    Salt Palace Convention Center
    100 S West Temple
    Salt Lake City, UT 84101
    United States
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  • Salt Lake Gaming Con

    Salt Lake Gaming Con is the 6th biggest gaming convention in the country. In the first year there were 15,000 gamers that attended over the three days making it one of the biggest first year gaming conventions ever! With over 88% of the US population playing games, there is something for everyone at SLGC.

    Salt Lake Gaming Con 2018 is not produced by or affiliated with FanX, Salt Lake Comic Convention or Dan Farr Productions.


      If you want to play with your friends or make new friends, there are board games and video games of all types and skill levels for you. We have an extensive board game library of over 700 games, that you can check out and play during your stay at the convention. We also have a multi-platform free play video game zone to play friendlies with your buddies or show your competitive side to win bragging rights at the end of the day.


      Salt Lake Gaming Con is home to the most gaming tournaments in the region. There are over 40 tournaments for consoles, PC, board games, tabletop, and card games.We are also host to a number of big regional events including Fantasy Flight and Wizkids.

      No matter what type of gaming you prefer, we have a tournament for you.


      Have you ever tried to Live Action Roleplay (LARP)? What about play in a giant NERF war? Have you ever seen 30 people playing Twister on a giant board? What about going through a state of the art haunted house?

      You can do all of these and more at Salt Lake Gaming Con!


      The focus of Salt Lake Gaming Con will always be about your overall gaming experience, but we do bring in some special guest. Anyone from famous actors, leaders in the gaming industry, professional athletes, and professional gamers. We book a wide variety of special guests to make sure that we have someone that everyone wants to see.


      Do you like to demo new games? Do you want to play some of the newest games before they come out? What about looking for that one-of-a-kind gaming art that no one else will have? We have one of the biggest collection of gaming specific vendors in the western US.

    • PANELS

      Do you like to learn about all aspects of the gaming industry? We have panels that range anywhere from well-known voice actors to famous Twitch streamers, from game developers to RPG experts. No matter what your passions are, we have a panel for you.


      We know there are very passionate people in the cosplay community. Salt Lake Gaming Con is one of the biggest cosplay events in the state. We host cosplay specific programming, panels and cosplay contests for the novice and for the veteran. We look forward to seeing your best cosplay on the convention floor.

    July 06, 2018 at 12pm - July 08, 2018 at 12pm
    South Towne Expo Center
    9575 S State St
    Sandy, UT 84070
    United States
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    $20.00 USD · rsvp

  • Fan X Salt Lake

    FanX® Salt Lake Comic Convention™s (formerly Salt Lake Comic Con) are Dan Farr Productions’ annual events, and are now the most attended conventions in the state of Utah and the largest comic convention in North America per capita. The conventions have attracted celebrities like Stan Lee, Chris Evans, Mark Hamill, Jeremy Renner, Elijah Wood, Dick Van Dyke, Tom Felton, Jason Momoa, Matt Smith, Sir Patrick Stewart, Buzz Aldrin and so many more.

    Dan Farr Productions was co-founded by Dan Farr and Bryan Brandenburg and is an event and marketing group devoted to organizing events, launching and acquiring new shows, and partnering with premium celebrities and brands in the pop culture arena. Dan Farr Productions is dedicated to producing spectacular celebrations of popular culture that lead the market in providing exceptional and rewarding experiences for our consumers, fans, celebrity guests, vendors and partners.

    Every week our social media pages and groups reach 5-10 million people and is the most engaged and active comic convention social media community in the world.

    September 06, 2018 at 2pm - September 09, 2018 at 2pm
    Salt Palace Convention Center
    100 S West Temple
    Salt Lake City, UT 84101
    United States
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    $35.00 USD · rsvp