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DTH Festival: Film Highlights



Saturday, July 15 @ 7:30 PM

 Post-film Q&A  with actor Alec Secareanu moderated by John Cooper, Director of Sundance Film Festival.

It’s spring in Yorkshire. Young farmer Johnny Saxby numbs his daily frustrations with binge drinking and casual sex, until the arrival of a Romanian migrant worker for lambing season ignites an intense relationship that sets Johnny on a new path.

Centerpiece Film presented in partnership with the Sundance Institute.


Saturday, July 15 @ 4:45 PM

Set against the backdrop of Trinidad and Tobago’s mystical Carnival, a gifted and struggling young man becomes the object of intrigue for an older, well-meaning businessman until their worlds collide.



Sunday, July 16 @ 2:30 PM

Aram, an Iranian Armenian youth who immigrated to the U.S. in childhood, returns to Armenia for the first time to propose to an Armenian girlfriend he met and lived with in the United States. Aram sees many cultural, religious, and national differences on the one day trip, but harder obstacles are ahead.


DTH Festival: Passholder Benefits

Save the most with a DTH Festival Pass

The best way to save money during your Festival experience is by purchasing a pass to the 14th annual Damn These Heels LGBTQ Film Festival! Your pass works as a punch card getting you 10 tickets to your choice of film or films, however you would like to split them: 1 ticket to 10 films, 10 tickets to 1 film, or any mix in between. 


Upgrade to a VIP package to receive name recognition on Festival materials and an invitation to the Festival Sponsor Party. Click here to learn more.

DTH Festival: Youth-Only Pass

Youth-Only Film Festival Pass for $10

Over the past few months, Utah Film Center has collaborated with the Utah Pride's Youth Activity Center to offer a brand new Youth-Only Damn These Heels Festival Pass for $10 to youth ages 14-20!

For only $10, youth can receive the following pass benefits:

DTH Festival: Art Exhibit

Out Loud Exhibition to be displayed at DTH

For the second year, Utah Film Center is honored to display the Out Loud: Identities, Symbolism, and The Self exhibition at this year's Damn These Heels LGBTQ Film Festival July 14-16th in the lobby of the Rose Wagner Performing Arts Center. This exhibition is currently on display through July 8th at Utah Museum of Contemporary Art.

During the third installment of the Out Loud workshop series at UMOCA, 11 youths attended after-school workshops to explore identity and power through contemporary artmaking. Through explorations in contemporary art and the creation of a museum exhibition featuring their own artwork, students build their capacity for self-expression and cultivate a sense of agency as important contributors to our society. The workshop and resulting Out Loud: Identities, Symbolism, and The Self exhibition serve as a platform for youth in the LGBTQIA+ to share their creative voices out loud.

DTH Festival is Generously Supported By

Dancing Llama

Terence Kearns Stephens Charitable Fund            
Billy Stern / B.W. Bastian Foundation / Weinholtz Family Foundation / HRC
Sentry Financial Corporation / Zest

Lisa Tzovolos Allcott / Laziz / LGBT Community Endowment Fund of Community Foundation of Utah /  Jane & Tami Marquardt / Mountain West Hard Cider / Kelly Nelson and Anna Beck /  Smilebooth / Southern Glazers Wine & Spirits / Michelle Turpin P.C.  


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