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PitchNic Experience

Students from the film REMEDY take the stage at the 2013 PitchNic World Premiere

Students from the film REMEDY take the stage at the 2013 PitchNic World Premiere

For the first time, Spy Hop is giving students and teachers the opportunity to attend a special screening of the 2014 PitchNic films before the world premiere. A yearlong intensive film class, PitchNic is an innovative way to immerse students in the filmmaking process. Since it’s beginning in 2001, more than 100 teens have produced over 40 films that have screened at festivals around the world.

This student screening is built to introduce other students to the PitchNic program, ignite a conversation about filmmaking and for students to provide peer-to-peer feedback about the films screened.

There will also be a post-screening discussion with Spy Hop alumni who are now professionals in the film industry to talk about their career path as directors, film editors, cinematographers, producers and musicians.

Thursday, November 6, 2014
8:30 – 10:30am
Rose Wagner Theatre, 138 W 300 S, Salt Lake City, UT
RSVP to Jana Davis at jana@spyhop.org or 801-532-7500
Schools are responsible for their own transportation to and from the theatre.


(David Jenny, AJ Bull, Kyle Gregerson, & Sam Clark) Bryce Parker is a self-effacing, closeted homosexual teen. When he befriends Nathan, his confidently gay classmate, his ambition to come out is triggered but before he can, he must first get over his fear of what others will say.


(Madi Palmer, Ryann Beeler & Lauren Finlinson) In the LDS faith, going on a mission is seen as a rite of passage. Return with Honor tells the story of a missionary whose service was cut short due to mental illness. This personal story reflects on the emotions and experience of a life-changing service, and explores the struggle with coming home early.


(George Metos, Alex Gruneich, Daela Tipton, & Elizabeth Curland) Going Mad is an experimental rock musical where the main character, Alistair, is committed into a mental institution. It is here that he will ultimately begin questioning his reality and the existence of his fellow patients.


ChasingFront (Abby Pincock-Christiansen, Amber Rose Dwyer & Sydney N. Cahoon) We seek it through religion, psychic mediums, Ouiji Boards, and high tech paranormal investigations. There are believers and skeptics, but no one really knows the truth about life after death. Chasing Death follows three teens on their journey to understand the psychology behind the cultural obsession with death.

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Spy Hop is located southwest of the Gateway shopping center in the Artspace Bridge Project

511 W. 200 S.
Salt Lake City, UT 84101
(801) 532.7500 Toll Free (877) 4spyhop

Mon-Fri 9am-8Pm
Closed Saturday and Sunday

Getting Here

Our studio is located directly next to the Old Greek Town Trax Stop and one block from the Frontrunner at Central Station. Click here for TRAX and Frontrunner Schedule

Spy Hop is wheelchair accessible.

Please do not park in any of the surrounding numbered lots, the UNNUMBERED lot south of our building is available for Spy Hop parking.

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