DOCUTAH ANNOUNCES FILMS ACCEPTED TO 2013 FESTIVAL
The Dixie State University (DSU) DOCUTAH Southern Utah International Documentary Film Festival announces the titles of films accepted for screening and competition at this year’s Festival. Of more than 300 submissions, 50 films representing 30 countries, commonwealths and republics were selected for the Sept. 3-7 2013 Festival.
Comprised of 255 local volunteers, screening teams have been viewing and rating film submissions for several months. Vetting for acceptance to the festival and the opportunity to compete for DOCUTAH Raven Awards, filmmakers worldwide have been anxiously awaiting today’s announcement of films.
This year’s submissions have been of the highest quality ever,” says DSU Vice President of Institutional Advancement and DOCUTAH Executive Director Christina Schultz. “And with broad international diversity, we are thrilled to bring the world to screening venues throughout the community this year.”
Also diverse in subject matter, “DOCUTAH once again offers programming in a variety of categories including arts, health, sports, travel, politics and civil rights.