DOCUTAH, the Southern Utah Documentary Film Festival

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DOCUTAH Film Festival in Southern UtahThinking About Attending DOCUTAH, the Southern Utah Documentary Film Festival?

DOCUTAH, the Southern Utah Documentary Film Festival is held yearly and presented by Dixie State College. In 2012 the event will take place between September 5 and 9. This is definitely a very interesting event; especially if you like documentaries and you can even submit your own work for consideration. If accepted, you will be featured.

People that come to DOCUTAH, the Southern Utah Documentary Film Festival, do so because of the documentaries but they will surely enjoy their stay and want to stay more. St. George is truly an area that is very popular with tourists and that offers many different tourist attractions you might love.

The 2011 DOCUTAH Festival

In 2011, DOCUTAH, the Southern Utah Documentary Film Festival brought in 325 submissions that arrived from student and professional film makers. They came from 42 countries and there were 47 professional filmmakers, including Der Takstock and Michael Wende who premiered during the event.

Interesting Fact

What is interesting with DOCUTAH, the Southern Utah Documentary Film Festival, is the fact that movies are screened in both outdoor and indoor venues in St. George. In addition, some of the movies are also screened at the red rocks in Kane County. Thanks to the involvement of Dixie State College, the film festival is different than most others as student submissions are also allowed and there are many different seminars that the filmmakers can attend.

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