TBA July 2020
Broadway Centre Cinemas (111 E. 300 S.)
FREE

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: George S. and Dolores Doré Eccles Foundation, Lawrence T. and Janet T. Dee Foundation, Marriner S. Eccles, Salt Lake City, Salt Lake City Arts Council, Salt Lake County, Simmons Family Foundation, the Utah Division of Arts and Museums and Zoo Arts & Parks of Salt Lake County.

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American – Directed by Kamila “Mimi” Stice.

2019 Reel Stories 

Reel Stories is a beginner, intensive filmmaking program. Each filmmaker makes a short documentary on a topic that they are passionate about in their lives, their communities or the world.

American – Directed by Kamila “Mimi” Stice.

Beauty of Vinyl – Directed by Cali Stuart

Women of the World – Directed by Ali Meraai

Healing Ability of Art – Directed by Simon Peaslee

Car Culture – Directed by Justen Powell

Worried – Directed by Ava Snow

The Cheerleader – Directed by Dennis Dolan

Changing Shape – Directed by Luke Swanson

Raîz – Directed by Cody Salais

The System – Directed by Tyffton Bowman

These Days – Directed by Amelia Player

2018 Reel Stories 

Reel Stories is a beginner, intensive filmmaking program. Each filmmaker makes a short documentary on a topic that they are passionate about in their lives, their communities or the world.

Sem;colon – Directed by Olivia Von Hagen.

The Male Dynamic – Directed by Taylor Kiser.

Mezclando Sabor – Directed by Deana Jarquin.

Buried Under Scripture – Directed by Max Grabl.

Asian American – Directed by Tan Hong Nguyen.

Small Action, Big Difference – Directed by Ruby Finlayson.

WTF – Directed by Maya Hardie.

Protect and Serve – Directed by Eliza Proctor.

Close To Death – Directed by Tristian Minick.

Snow and Water – Directed by Joss Gyorkos.

Marching On – Directed by KR Macher.

Dreaming – Directed by Sage Nelsen.

Bronze – Directed by Lucy Urquhart.

2017 Reel Stories 

Reel Stories is a beginner, intensive filmmaking program. Each filmmaker makes a short documentary on a topic that they are passionate about in their lives, their communities or the world.

Home – Directed by Eztli Atl Cortez-Trujillo.

Red Rover, Red Rover – Directed by Dennis Dolan.

Language of Movement – Directed by Solana Hansen.

Authentic Voice – Directed by Sharay Juarez.

Fight Like a Girl – Directed by Ashley Arnson.

Proof – Directed by Gabriel Bangerter.

Hiding in the Open – Directed by Sam Resetarits.

Mindful Flow – Directed by Jack Relyea.

The Long Journey Home –  Directed by Braydin Littleford.

real woman –  Directed by Mira-Rose Kingsbury Lee.

Instant Star –  Directed by Atticus Dame.

2016 Reel Stories 

Reel Stories is a beginner, intensive filmmaking program. Each filmmaker makes a short documentary on a topic that they are passionate about in their lives, their communities or the world.

Olympians – Directed by Zach Koltz.

The Business of Being You – Directed by Isabelle Berke.

A Guitar Shop – Directed by Miles Chisolm.

In Healing Space – Directed by Marii Fullmer.

Mock Identity – Directed by Megan Aubry.

Next Level – Directed by Aurelio Rodriguez.

150 Feet – Directed by Emily Billow.

One Defining Dot – Directed by Cameron George.

Urban Native –  Directed by Isaiah Woods.

Unspoken Truth –  Directed by Annelisa Kingsbury Lee.

Hector –  Directed by Steven Uribe.

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