Spy Hop Presents PitchNic
A world premiere of four short films written, directed & produced by Utah teens.

Spy Hop’s PitchNic program exists to provide a platform and an outlet for young filmmakers to create films that delve into topics that are meaningful and relevant to them. This year’s films explore topics involving emotional abuse, immigration, chronic illness and coming of age.*

November 2019
Rose Wagner Performing Arts Center (138 W Broadway, SLC UT)
7:30 PM | Doors open at 7:00 PM

*The PitchNic Film Premiere is not recommended for children under the age of 8.

2018 PitchNic Films

Cade Langsdon, Jaimy Madisen & Jeff Morales
A visual exploration of two chronically ill children’s perspective on daily challenges associated with their disease.

Steven Uribe, Burke Harold & Jackson Espey
A bilingual, coming of age story about navigating family relations.

Jonathan Landeros, Jaimy Madisen & Jeff Morales
Exposing racism against Mexican Americans told from the perspective of the director.

Bayleigh Elliot, Solana Hansen & Wiley Adams
A visually driven, experimental film about a young man living with mental illness.

2018 PitchNic Premiere Presented by:

Utah Film Commission

Sponsored by:

KRCL

90.9 FM KRCL

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City Weekly

kued

KUED

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SLUG Magazine

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