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 7:00pm - 9pm
Broadway Centre Cinemas
111 W Broadway
Slc, UT 84111
United States
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