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Kevin Bowden created a 30-second short that will be turned into a commercial to air at next year’s Sundance Film Festival.

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"$!#! % A n artist ’s muse can come in unexpected forms. For Kevin Bowden, it was an off-hand comment from his girlfriend about a store that inspired his entry for the Utah Film Commission’s “Spot On” commercial contest. The Utah Valley University digital media major, who lives in Murray, had struggled to develop an idea for how to showcase Utah for filmmakers in a 30-second

spot. “I was walking out of class at school, and my girlfriend said there was a place called “Color Me Mine,” Bowden recalled. “Those words kept sticking in my head.” That is when he conceived of a movie showing an artist using Utah’s resources — snow, salt, sand, forests — in the style of Jackson Pollack to paint an abstract picture of the state. T he r esu lt i ng f i l m , “Utah, Your Masterpiece,” Please see BOWDEN, E3

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Orem company aims to color refrigerated trucks green

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If you were forecasting Reflect Scientific’s future like the weather, you’d have to say prospects were for cool, if not downright cold, temperatures. But that’s a good thing for the small Orem company. Reflect Scientific is marketing a cooling system for refrigerated trailer trucks that gets rid of the diesel engines that power today’s models. With about 350,000 refrigerator trucks on U.S. highways, that could mean a big reduction in diesel use and in emissions at a time of cost trimming and concerns about Please see REFLECT, E3

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Kim Boyce, CEO of Reflect Scientific, stands outside the company’s Orem headquarters. The small, publicly traded company is selling a new system for cooling truck trailers that they say is emissions free and leads to cost and environmental savings.

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Ice skaters to compete in Provo Nearly 200 figure skaters from throughout Utah will gather Feb. 5-6 in Provo to compete in the Utah Winter Games Skating Competition at the Peaks Ice Arena, 100 N. Seven Peaks Blvd. Skaters range in age from 4 to 64. Skaters who medal in first through third place will be eligible to represent Utah in the 2011 State Games of America in San Diego, Calif., Aug. 4-7. That national multi-sport event is held biennially for athletes of all ages and skill levels. Included sports range from archery to badminton to weightlifting. Admission to the Provo event, which runs all day on both days, is free. For more information, visit www.stategames.org.

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Sadie Clements’ recent scoring surge has turned Springfield’s already potent offense into a two-player game — at least on the stat sheet. The Sacramento State signee now has consecutive 20-point games, including a season-high 25 last week at Uintah. Clements has averaged 22 points over the last four games, moving alongside BYU signee Lexi Eaton as a 20-point-a-night player during Region 8 play. Eaton and Clements are not only a strong two-player combination, they’re adept at getting their teammates involved in the scoring. If you can help your teammates get a look, you’re going to get a few more good looks yourself as a result. “That’s exactly what I tell them,” said Springville coach Nancy Warner. “Sadie is playing unselfish basketball and it’s paying off for both her and her teammates. She’s making the passes and stepping up to hit the big shots. “It’s not just a two-man show,” Warner added. “What I like is they give great passes to each other and to their teammates to get everybody involved.” Clements’ surge has helped the Red Devils remain unbeaten and maintain their status as one of Utah’s elite teams. Springville put up 70 points on back-to-back nights last week and had 53 points in three periods before Warner cleared the bench midway through the fourth quarter of Friday’s 6536 rout of Salem Hills. Eaton’s still getting her looks as she maintains her lead in 4A scoring and her nip-tuck battle for the overall scoring title with Layton Christian’s Jasmine Porter, who retained a half-point lead (25.5-25.0) entering this week’s play. Please see SPRINGVILLE, E3

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be getting the ball to them. “If someone else isn’t scor≥ Continued from E1 ing, I can take up the slack or someone can do that for me,” “I don’t care about that,” Clements said. “We all play Eaton said. “The only thing well as a team and focus on that matters is winning a state getting better as a team.” championship.” Eaton has noticed the team Clements echoes Eaton’s concept is paying off more sentiments. lately. “It’s not even a competi“The chemistry is there,” tion to see who scores the Eaton said, “Sadie and I have a most points,” Clements said. good two-man game going. We “My teammates have been work well together. The team giving me the ball when I’ve is as well. Our half-court debeen making the shots and if fense is our bread and butter someone else was hitting, I’d lately. We’re solid and attack

the ball well.” Springville’s schedule for the rest of the regular season may be relatively light, with Salem Hills the only Region 8 opponent sporting a winning record, but Warner believes her team will remain focused. “We just have to take care of ourselves,” Warner said. “I’m confident we’re going to continue to work and give 100 percent every day. If we do that, I’m not worried.”

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unit, Reflect Scientific has an eclectic range of products, many gathered through its acquisitions. Its laboratory supplies are sold to hospitals and diagnostic laboratories, pharmaceutical and biotech companies, universities, government and private research facilities, and chemical and industrial companies. Reflect Scientific is working on a joint venture to use the nitrogen-based freezer units to store biological products such as stem and cancer cells. It also can provide cooling for computer server rooms, which Boyce said saves companies money and also reduces the use of carbon fuels. The company also has a line of chemical-detection instruments sold in the pharmaceutical, biotechnology and homeland security markets. It also sells factory automation equipment. The company employs about 20 people in facilities in Orem and Bozeman, Mont. It has a market capitalization of $6.43 million. Its shares trade over-the-counter at around 18 cents. The company has been running at a loss as it uses cash and new capital to make acquisitions, according to its 2008 annual report to the Securities and Exchange Commission. tharvey@sltrib.com

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climate change caused by burning carbon-based fuels. “If the 350,000 trucks in the field replaced the existing technology, they would save up to a billion gallons of diesel fuel a year if they used our technology,” said Kim Boyce, founder and CEO and chairman of Reflect Scientific. “That’s a big deal but, even further than that, they would save about 30 billion pounds of carbon going into the air.” What allows the company to brag that its cooling unit “virtually runs on air” is its use of liquid nitrogen. Nitrogen is captured from the air, where it makes up 78 percent of volume of the Earth’s atmosphere. When pulled out of the atmosphere, the gas becomes a liquid with a temperature of minus 210 degrees Celsius (minus 346 Fahrenheit). Reflect Scientific combines the nitrogen with its technology to make coolers and freezers, including the trailer cooling unit. Boyce founded the company in 1993 in Mountain View, Calif. He moved it to Utah in 1999 with the name Cole Inc. In 2003, Cole acquired Reflect Scientific Inc., a California corporation, and changed its name.

Reflect Scientific Inc. started trading shares in 2004, using money it raised to carry out a string of acquisitions and mergers that brought it new products. “We looked at it at one point and said the only way to continue to grow was to bring some more money into the company, so let’s just go public,” Boyce said. In 2006, it bought Cryomastor and its business of ultra-low temperature freezer systems powered by liquid nitrogen. Those products were the basis for the truck trailer cooling unit. The units sell from $25,000 to $30,000, or about the same as the traditional diesel-powered model. It slips into the same space as the previous cooler. Reflect Scientific introduced the new unit last year at the Great West Truck Show. One trucking company is testing it, while Reflect Scientific readies another test with a “very large grocery chain,” Boyce said. “These grocery chains and companies want to go green and they don’t want to emit pollutants,” he said. “It makes them look good, will save them money in the long run and it’s the right thing to do.” The company sees about a $10 billion potential market for the system. Beyond the trailer cooling

Eagle Mountain, UVU groups sponsor Haiti luncheon Eagle Mountain and Utah the UVU African Club and the Valley University groups are Black Student Union, will be at sponsoring a bread-and-soup 11:30 a.m. at City Hall, 1650 E. luncheon Saturday to help Stagecoach Run, Eagle MounHaitian earthquake victims. tain. The cost is $10. The fundraising luncheon, The groups are also acceptsponsored by the city, the ing donations online at site. UVU Student Association, uvuhaitirelief.com.

Linda Peterson, city spokeswoman, said the fundraiser was the idea of resident Belle Wade to help Haitian students at UVU. Wade previously organized a fundraiser for Asian tsunami victims. – Don Meyers

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won the commission’s Creative Concept Award, which means Bowden will get to direct a professional film crew in reshooting his movie, which will be shown as a TV commercial during next year’s Sundance Film Festival. Co-workers on the spot included Tasha Neilson, set designer/producer, and codirector Brandon Sandberg. For the past seven years, the commission has sponsored the contest for student filmmakers to create a 30-second spot promoting Utah as a movie location. The winning entry gets shown on Park City Television during the independent film festival. The concept award goes to a filmmaker whose idea shows promise but could benefit from being reshot by a professional film crew under the filmmaker’s direction. Marshall Moore, the film commission’s director, said the creative concept award was developed three years ago to honor filmmakers who were on the right track but needed help to bring their vision to full fruition. “Great ideas shouldn’t be penalized,” Moore said. In Bowden’s case, Moore said judges wanted to see some other aspects of filmmaking driven home as well, such as raising money to make a film in Utah. He said a professional film crew will donate its services to

I was walking out of class at school, and my girlfriend said there was a place called ‘Color Me Mine.’ Those words kept sticking in my head.” K E V I N B OW DE N

Recalling how he developed the idea for “Utah, Your Masterpiece,” his entry in the Utah Film Commission’s “Spot On” commercial contest

well as go back and do things with the film he couldn’t do at the time due to technical limitations. His original plan was to have the artist making the painting become part of the work as he gets covered with the colors he’s using. Plus, he’s going to be able to shoot it with high-definition digital cameras, something he didn’t have access to at UVU. Bowden’s first foray into filmmaking was a class he took in high school, which he thought was fun. In college, while trying to decide on a major, Bowden decided to take a film course, which reminded him of his high-school experience and helped him decide on his major. His favorite directors are the Coen brothers (“O Brother, Where Art Thou”); Spike Jonze (“Where the Wild Things Are”); and David Fincher (“Fight Club”) for the heart and soul they put into their films. So far, Bowden’s shot seven student films, and tends to like comedies. But he also wants to expand his repertoire. “Ultimately, I would like to work in every genre,” Bowden said. Trim said UVU digital media students also work on projects in Africa and Mongolia, as well as learn how to use digital media in other fields.

Bowden to reshoot the project, Moore said. This year’s main prize — and $3,000 — went to Tennille Olsen and Will Thomas of Pleasant View, for their film “No Lens is Wide Enough for Utah.” Bowden and Bob Trim, an assistant professor of digital media at UVU, say winning the concept award was a coup for both the filmmaker and his school. “Our program at UVU is very hands-on,” Trim said. “We push the students to get out there and work.” True learning, Trim said, happens outside the classroom when students put their knowledge into practice. Trim said Bowden entered the contest on his own, and Trim was more than willing to let Bowden disappear for four days to shoot his film. Bowden said it took about a week in the editing booth to put it together, selecting the best shots for the spot. For Bowden, the award dmeyers@sltrib.com means the chance to direct a professional film crew, as

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(')! #"&$ % The day before the 2010 Sundance Film Festival’s official opening, filmmakers, movie buffs and critics were eager to see what the festival had to offer. For a handful of Park City High School AP environmental science students, the wait was over. Sporting 3-D glasses, they watched “Cane Toads: The Conquest” at the Eccles Center, a festival venue that is attached to their high school. It’s one of the perks of being a Park City local. “There is no other high school on the planet that has this opportunity,” said Teri Orr, executive director of the Park City Performing Arts Foundation. Each year, Sundance and the foundation team up to reach out to Park City students. “The perception from the students is they sometimes feel like Sundance happens to them as opposed to with

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Community gardens soon could sprout from dozens of public properties throughout the Salt Lake Valley, breaking soil outside the Holladay Lions Recreation Center, near Riverton’s South County Pool and within Sandy’s Dimple Dell Regional Park. These tracts of tillable public land are part of Salt Lake County’s urban-farming initiative, which will transform more than 150 acres of unused government property into planting grounds for beans, beets, even biofuel. It ’s a return to the valley’s agrarian past that County Councilman Jim Bradley championed last summer to put the public’s fallow turf to use producing food or fuel. “Before we put [this land] to some beneficial use in terms of recreation or a park — which may be long time in coming,” Bradley said, “we might as well put it to beneficial use for food production.” Now, the county is getting into the nitty-gritty details of where to put those farms. Officials pointed out three dozen parcels this month — stretching from Bluffdale to Please see 9(8'1%7" :-

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Park City High School students McCall Pitcher, left, Kelsi Vik, Natalia Caro and Christi Johnson watch the 3-D documentary film “Cane Toads” as part of a program that brings students in contact with films and filmmakers at the Sundance festival. them,” said Ginger Tolman, is Sundance’s way of giving director of special projects back to students in exchange for the foundation. “It’s hard for invading their city. to get around town when a This year, Sundance and town of 5,000 turns into the Park City Performing 25,000.” Arts Foundation invited sciThe outreach program ence students to a “Cane

Applications are due for up-close SLC police program Applications are due Feb. 1 for the Salt Lake City Police Department’s Citizen’s Academy, a program that allows residents to see first-hand how the department works. The academy begins Feb. 9 and is every other Tuesday for seven weeks. During the academy, citizen members will learn the basics of patrol tactics, defensive tactics, firearms and many other subjects. Citizen Academy instructors are all law enforcement professionals, who teach both veteran and recruit police officers. Participants will obtain a deeper understanding of the department’s function with an increased awareness of community partnership opportunities. Applicants must be at least 18, live or work in Salt Lake City proper and pass a background check. For more information, call 801- 799-4300. Applications are available at www.slcpd. com.

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Jaden Jackson has a constant reminder of the high expectations he has walked into since coming to Skyline. On the wall at the Skyline gym is a banner declaring Jenteal Jackson, his big sister, as Ms. Basketball in 2008. “Everyone says you’re going to have to match the player she was,” said Jackson, a sophomore. “It makes me want to try harder, that’s for sure. Everyone in my family has grown up doing well in sports.” Jackson certainly has the potential to be the impact player his sister was. As a sophomore for the Eagles varsity team, Jackson is the leading scorer with a 14.4 point average. Heading into the week, Skyline is 6-8. The Please see .(#,6;%" :-

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else,” Orr told students before the screening. “All the reviewers from The New York Times may want your opinion.” For Park City High School senior Emily Loughlin, Sundance’s novelty hasn’t worn off. “It’s been this way for all our lives, but it’s just amazing,” Loughlin said after watching the film. “People come from all over, and these are the most prestigious independent films in the world.

It’s really cool because we get first-hand experiences here at the school because we have the Eccles Center.” Loughlin and her classmates were the first to see “Cane Toads: The Conquest,” a true story about the notorious species that was introduced in Australia in 1935 in an attempt to control the greyback cane beetle, the pesky critter decimating Queensland’s sugar cane crop. Instead of doing its intended job, cane toads became a problem exponentially worse than the beetles, multiplying, thriving and migrating

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relentlessly across the continent. Seventy-five years later, Australians don’t have an answer for the poisonous toads, which have overrun the continent’s eastern half and are currently knocking on Western Australia’s door. It was the perfect educational movie for AP environmental science students, and it gave Loughlin a chance to reflect on a similar experience. “People put goldfish into the lake in my backyard once, and the same thing happened,” the senior said. “They took over, and they had to drain

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Imagine a close-up shot of 76-year-old Joan Rivers without makeup. That’s the first scene of a new film about the iconic comedian, screening in Sundance’s U.S. documentary competition. The opening offers an immediate reveal, exhibiting how the trailblazing female comic isn’t afraid of being vulnerable in front of the filmmakers who trailed her for 14 months. “At this age, I am what I am,” Rivers said in an interview before her trip to Sundance, and before she saw the film about her. “When I turned 70, I said,

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Before the debut of his Sundance film “ODDSAC,” director Danny Perez expected a lot of questions about his “visual album.”

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Clockwise: Kristen Stewart, Dakota Fanning in a Sundance portrait to promote “The Runaways. ” Sundance’s John Cooper and Elton John at the Sundance premiere of “Nowhere Boy.” Singer Fergie with actor Josh Duhamel at the Sundance premiere of “The Romantics.”

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— plays throughout the film, which is screening in Sundance’s New Frontier category. If you have seen an Animal Collective video, you have an introductory sense of “ODDSAC,” which was a three-year project for the director and the musicians. Perez, who has known the band for a decade, also directed many of the band’s impressionistic videos. “I’ve always considered myself inspired more by music than movies,” Perez said. “Movies can be a little more open-minded. With movies, it can be somewhat literal. I appreciate the head-space music gives me.” Without dialogue or a traditional plot, for locals the film might bring to mind the Clark Planetarium’s “U2” film, where the band’s music is married to abstract images that ebb and flow on the planetarium’s expansive dome. Brian Weitz, 30, a founding member of the band who provides electronic sound manipulations and samples for its music, is known as The Geologist because of a head lamp he wears while performing. The former Arizonian talked about the band’s aesthetic, collaborating with a longtime friend and filmmaker, and finding the playfulness and fear in the marriage of psychedelic music and images. Where did you meet Danny Perez? In 2001, on our first tour he was selling merch for Black Dice, who had invited us on the road, and we became pretty good friends immediately. Similarly to how it works within Animal Collective, our shared aesthetic with Danny comes from the friendship. It’s the result of countless hours spent laughing together, traveling together, watching movies and listening to music. His ideas about visuals are similar in a lot of ways to our ideas about sound, in terms of the

&./"%#(+ 31$' , Holiday Village Cinema II, 1776 Park Ave., Park City 2*/) $'+ ! -)0) , Broadway Centre Cinemas VI, 111 E. 300 South, Salt Lake City visceral impact we like to have, as well as a unique sense of individuality. Where did the idea of doing a film come from? The original idea for this film started with an offer from Plexifilm to make a tour documentary when we were going on the road in early 2006. We weren’t interested in doing something like that for a bunch of reasons, but we were excited about the idea of releasing a DVD, and we started thinking about how we could do something that would seem a bit more special to us that would fit better with our aesthetic. Did music inspire the film, or was it the other way around? Both actually. That was the guiding idea behind the whole project. We didn’t want to write a record and then have Danny do a long music video, and Danny didn’t want to make a film for which we would write a soundtrack. We came up with a process where we could continually pass material back and forth so that the visuals and sound influenced each other until some sort of structure started to take shape. Three years later, we were inserting split-second sounds to go along with specific frames, and Danny was moving split-second shots to match up with a specific sound in the music. What do you hope audiences get out of this multimedia experience? We aim to please ourselves and then hope that others will find something in it. “ODDSAC” definitely appeals to a very specific part of some of us in Animal Collective that finds

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enjoyment in things that simultaneously overwhelm and unsettle. It’s the same part that enjoys psychedelic experiences and music and film that references them. It’s the same part that likes being scared by horror movies because along with the fear is a sense of playfulness. When we were growing

up, we searched for music and films that incorporated those things, and we still do today. Tell me about your experiences in Utah. I used to live in Arizona and I drove up to Utah a few times to go hiking and camping. I think southern Utah is one of the most beautiful places in the

country. When I worked in environmental policy in [Washington, D.C.], I was friends with a bunch of people who worked for the Southern Utah Wilderness Alliance. As for Sundance, it [is] my first time, though I have been to Park City once when the festival wasn’t going on. ... A friend of mine told me

a story in which he was selling a bunch of limited-edition clothing on eBay and the winning bidder was really intense about receiving it before Sundance so he could have it to wear at the after-parties. Not sure what to say about that. dburger@sltrib.com

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“Avatar,” in which flesh-andblood actors performed in motion-capture suits to add authentic movements to their computer-generated characters. (There’s even a long-shot campaign to get a Best Actress Oscar nomination for Zoe Saldana, who played Neytiri, one of the tall blue Na’vi.) But in the off beat a nd unique f ilms of the

independent world, like those playing at the 2010 Sundance Film Festival, actors have found a safe haven. They tear into meaty roles, showing facets of their talents that aren’t seen — or sought after — in mainstream movies. This year, more so than in past Sundance festivals, the acting has been top-notch — sometimes in spite of the

writing and the directing. Here are a few of the performances from Sundance 2010 that raised the bar: ./%@= 7?/#"!) <3!&1' 4 Holly wood would pigeonhole Franco as a hunky heartthrob (as in the “SpiderMan” trilogy) or screwball comedian(“Pineapple Express”). But there’s a character

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Few subjects, let alone in film, are more of a tightrope walk than Islam in America. Eyad Zahra, director of Sundance film “The Taqwacores,” screening in the Next category, said it’s a walk he was eager to make. Zahra’s upbringing in Cleveland, as a first-generation American of Syrian heritage, prepared him for adapting Michael “Muhammad” Knight’s underground novel to the big screen.

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broadcast Middle East events, Zahra’sfilm i s b ou nd to come across as an unex p e c t e d 7&1" ;18:1 3 spla sh of Director cold water of “The on heated Taqwacores.” expectations. The title is an amalgam of the Arabic word for consciousness of God — taqwa — fused with the popculture suffix made famous by punk rock. The story of an uptight Pakistani engineering student, who takes up residence with renegade and punk Please see ZAHRA, C2

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The voices — and faces — of Anna Deavere Smith &"!%$!(# ' The actor performs at a panel to underscore the relevance of artistic storytelling. By ELLEN FAGG WEIST

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6+9/ (34% . Actor and playwright Anna Deavere Smith channeled three reallife characters from “Let Me Down Easy,” her docudrama about health care and mortality. The Egyptian Theatre performance on Jan. 28 was part of Sundance festival programming aimed at making the case for the cultural relevance of the arts and dramatic storytelling. Smith is familiar from TV and movie roles (“Nurse Jackie,” “The West Wing,” “The American President”). “Let Me Down Easy,” her onewoman, 20-character play, was well-reviewed in its offBroadway run last fall. The show grew out of a commission in 2000 from the Yale University School of Medicine to perform characters based on doctors and patients for grand medical rounds. From there, she conducted more than 300 interviews on three continents and spent years transforming her interviews into 20 characters who cross racial, political and class divides. She describes the process simply. “I interview people and take their words and perform that,” said Smith, a New York University professor of performance studies. “I come home and turn it into theater. Each of the people understands something I don’t.” While creating characters from real people might be unique, Smith’s craft as a performer is based on her classical acting training and experience. “I come out in the light, and the audience is in the dark, and I try to get through it all,” she said. The elusive part is in the transformation of words into character. To make her

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Muslims in a building shaped just like Mecca’s sacred Kaaba, makes “The Taqwacores” every bit an American story as it is a Muslim one, the director said. How did you come across Michael “Muhammad” Knight and his book? I just came across the term “Taqwacore” on a Wikipedia page on the Internet. Everything sort of stopped for a minute. Then I sought out the book at an independent bookstore and read it in one sitting. It said out loud so many things I’d thought myself about being an American and a Muslim. It dealt with so many discussions people try to sweep under the rug. I then sent Knight my first short film, “Stringed Instruments.” When we met, it was at Malcolm X’s former mosque in New York City. I was just this young filmmaker right out of film school, and he trusted me with his story. There were many opportunities he could have taken with someone more established than me. How is the story both American and Muslim? The story of becoming an all-encompassing individual rather than being told what you are or should be is just an eternal story of youth, and American youth really. Strip away the Muslim vernacular, and it’s a very American narrative. But it’s also Muslim because if you’re young and Muslim in America you’re also struggling to find your unique identity. In my upbringing I’d only seen Islam as a Middle Eastern attachment. We as

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Clockwise: Laurie Gagnon, Jeff Weinstein, Erica Stohl, Maurice Davis and Carolyn Simpson talk about their favorite moments from this year’s Sundance Film Festival.

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Anna Deavere Smith talks about her work at an interview at the Egyptian Theater in Park City.

Smith does her impression of a bull rider, one of the characters in her play “Let Me Down Easy.” material into drama, she works with dialogue and movement coaches, as well as a dramaturg and director. Yet all the talk about method fell away as Smith embodied three Americans: a politically conservative bull rider who fought doctors to save his damaged kidney; a New

The Taqwacores $%(,( +#* )%(# ' Jan. 30, 3:30 p.m., Holiday Village Cinema II, 1776 Park. Ave., Park City "#&! ' Call 435-776-7878 or visit www.festival.sundance.org/2010 Muslims have a tough time showing who we really are. Whatever the media does in terms of stories about Islam that are picked up is really beyond our control. All we can do is pick stories of our own and tell people who we are. This movie shows what normal American Muslims are dealing with. The other stuff that happens in Yemen, that’s not who we are as American Muslims. How do you handle co-religionist critics who are more conservative than you are? The Koran is really a mirror to yourself. You seek what you want out of it. There are Muslims who might not consider me Muslim, but to this day I still fast during Ramadan. It really comes back to being cultural rather than religious. Those two are constantly mixed and matched. You have to be careful about figuring that out. My mother isn’t huge on my film. She doesn’t agree with it. But my grandfather on my mother’s side, who’s memorized the entire Quran, was always absolutely ecstatic about me becoming a filmmaker. If not for him, I might not have done this film, because it seemed as if everyone was against it. bfulton@sltrib.com

Orleans doctor enraged at the treatment of charity patients in the aftermath of Katrina; and her own aunt recounting her sister’s death. Leading the conversation was National Public Radio host Michele Norris, who labeled the actor’s work as culturally essential. The audience packed

with actors, filmmakers, directors and spoken-word poets expressed agreement through a standing ovation. “She teaches us essential things about ourselves by taking a mirror and holding it up to society,” Norris said. ellenf@sltrib.com

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Best Sundance moment . “I saw ‘Winter’s Bone’ and I liked it so much, I saw it The Salt Lake Tribune a second time. I met one of asked Park City visitors the women in the cast while about their favorite “only at waiting in line at the bathSundance” moments. Here’s room. We started talking. I what they said: saw her later again and she remembered me. I’m such a )+&: . Laurie Gagnon, groupie I asked her to sign Billings, Mont., at her sec- my program.” ond Sundance. Best Sundance moment )+&: . Stanley Yake, Al. “Dinner at Shabu because it bany, N.Y., at his first Sunwas so good. Our waiter was dance so nice. His name was Alfredo. Best Sundance moment We had a little of everything.” . “I just saw Anna Deavere Smith. Her presentations )+&: . Linda DeOliveir, were magnificent. Her views Tampa, Fla., at her first Sun- of the world are morally endance lightening and strategical*:84 02$!+$#: &"&:$4 . ly sound to make the USA a “I can’t talk about it public- better place.” ly. Sorry.” )+&: . Maurice Davis, )+&:8 . Jeff Weinstein Sacramento, Calif., at his and Erika Stohl, Portland, first Sundance Ore., attending their first Best Sundance moment Sundance . “I saw the movie ‘Night Best Sundance moment Catches Us.’ It was mem. “Utilizing all the buses and orable because for somemeeting people from all over one to tell a story that was the world. And just being in a not her own life events but beautiful part of the world.” told to her by someone else, I thought it was well done. I )+&: . Carolyn Simpson, felt like I knew what was goSan Diego, at her fifth Sun- ing on.” dance The Salt Lake Tribune

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actor lurking under those James Dean eyes, and he let it fly in this incendiary portrayal of Beat poet Allen Ginsberg, reading and later explaining his 1955 masterpiece. Franco’s reading of the poem is so good, it should be released as an audiobook. Michelle Williams and Ryan Gosling, “Blue Val:$43$:' . These actors bare skin and souls as a couple whose relationship is unraveling. They also portray, in concurrent scenes, the same characters during the first flush of their romance. The contrast is stark and completely believable. Ryan O’Nan and America Ferrera, “The Dry Land” . Ryan Piers Williams’ drama about a soldier returning from Iraq to his young wife falls into some predictable post-war clichés. But O’Nan and Ferrera have a tender chemistry and make the couple’s struggles with post-traumatic stress authentic. Melissa Leo, “Welcome 4" 45: 13,:%8' . For all the hype about Kristen Stewart’s two movies at Sundance (this one and “The Runaways”), it’s Leo who really deserves this year’s title of Miss Sundance. In this movie, Leo shines as an agoraphobic wife who blossoms when she drives out of her Indianapolis driveway and on to New Orleans. (Leo, an Oscar nominee for the Sundance ’08 jury winner “Frozen River,” also appears in “The Dry Land.”) Jesse Eisenberg, “Holy 1",,:98' . Even when this “inspired by true events”

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Michelle Williams and Ryan Gosling of the film “Blue Valentine” pose for a portrait at the Gibson Guitar Lounge during the Sundance Film Festival in Park City. drama falls into the usual descent-into-crime territory, Eisenberg’s portrayal of a Hasidic Jew sucked into a drugsmuggling ring is touching. Malin Akerman, “happythankyoumoreplease” . While writer-director-star Josh Radnor is getting the applause for this interlocking set of romantic scenarios, it’s Akerman who steals the show. Akerman — who is usually relegated to pretty supporting roles (“Couples Retreat,” “Watchmen”) — is the movie’s heart, as the sunny best friend who has lost her hair to alopecia. She even shaved her eyebrows for the part. Juliette Lewis and Laura Linney, “Sympathy for De,3#3"28' . Not everyone has liked this mix of gritty realism and morality parable

about a paralyzed DJ (Christopher Thornton, who wrote it) who discovers he has healing powers. But the lead female performances, by Lewis as a tragic rocker and Linney as a seductive record exec, are outstanding. Joseph Gordon-Levitt, 7-:85:9' . The “(500) Days of Summer” star keeps viewers guessing as a trickster character who infiltrates the life of a grieving 13-year-old (Devin Brochu) — in a performance so commanding that even director Spencer Susser isn’t sure what to do with it. Janel Moloney, “Arm,:88' . The sparse dialogue of this low-budget drama about a man who wants his arms amputated requires actors who can fill in the details. Moloney (Donna from “The West Wing”), as the man’s

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Actor Joseph Gordon-Levitt, star of the film “Hesher,” poses for a portrait during Sundance Film Festival in Park City. disbelieving wife, brings a reservoir of pathos to make the role ring true. movies@sltrib.com


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$! $!,+ $%(&!#', ) We came, we screened movies, we reviewed, we interviewed, we vie blogged, we videotaped, blo we photographed, and we stal stalked celebrities on the red carpet. c As the 2010 Sundance Film Festival winds dan to a close, we offer our annual nua list of memorable movie mov scenes and “Only at Sundance” S moments. (Warning: Some of these (Wa might contain spoilers!) migh — Th The Salt Lake Tribune

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From Top to bottom: Bill Murray arrives at the Sundance premiere of “Get Low” at the Rose Wagner Performing Arts Center. Actor Mark Ruffalo, right, poses for photos with festivalgoers. Actor Samuel L. Jackson poses for a rooftop portrait.

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Movie deals surface at Sundance By VINCE HORIUCHI

Hollywood Reporter and Variety. All are scheduled for release in theaters this year. The Sundance Film Festival may <-09:9%> @#? 58!A?'0%* 4 Dabe an event for fans of independent vis Guggenheim’s (“An Inconvenient movies, but for movie makers it’s all Truth”) well-received documentary about making the Hollywood deal. about the national education system These are the films that made was bought up by Paramount Vandistribution deals during last week tage. Price: unknown. of the festival as of Jan. 29, accord<+8?9A"* 4 This Park City at ing to industry trade papers, The Midnight horror tale stars Ryan

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Reynolds, who finds himself trapped in a coffin for 90 minutes. Despite its lack of scenery changes, the movie was gobbled up by Lionsgate for about $4 million. <2(A16A* 4 Joel Schumacher (“Falling Down,” “Batman Forever”) arrived at Sundance with this indie about Manhattan teens on drugs (starring Chace Crawford and Emma Roberts), and leaves with a

deal with newcomer Hanover House for about $2 million. <3A=;A?* 4 The Joseph GordonLevitt favorite about an unusual man who meets a boy and his father made a deal with Newmarket for about $1 million. <2;A .9"= ,?A ,11 79>;:* 4 This comedy starring Annette Bening and Julianne Moore as a lesbian couple with two children was

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out of his mouth and landed squarely on the notes laying at our feet. After sharing a good laugh, we still aren’t sure whether to put the mint on eBay, add it to our trophy collection, or use it to clone another 6’3” gracious and funny actor. – Kim McDaniel and Darren Ewing

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2;A =$A%A 4 A nerdy lawyer (Tony Hale, from “Arrested Development”) explains to his date (Malin Akerman) why he is pursuing her, and why she deserves to be adored. -;& 9:)= 'A'#?0/1A 4 All we see is Akerman’s glowing face, all we hear is Hale’s yearning voice — and in the space of a minute, we fall in love with both of them. – Sean P. Means

Embeth Davidtz embraces her roots

“Restrepo” 2;A =$A%A 4 A Humvee on patrol in Afghanistan is hit by an IED. Panic ensues, as the soldiers inside deal with the aftermath. -;& 9:)= 'A'#?0/1A 4 It’s war, as real and in your face as RICK EGAN | The Salt Lake Tribune it could get. Co-director Sebastian Junger (who wrote Kristen Stewart and Joan Jett at the Sundance Film Festival premiere of “The Runaways.” “The Perfect Storm”) says he almost got killed. I believe him. 2;A =$A%A 4 Amid a flur– Sean P. Means ry of voice-overs describing Jean-Michel Basquiat’s grueling work ethic, we see a flurry “Skateland” of footage as the Neo-Expres2;A =$A%A 4 The opening sionist genius paints canvas shot, an unbroken take that after canvas to the pulsing moves from the parking lot strains of Ravel’s “Bolero.” through the doors of a roll-;& 9:)= 'A'#?0/1A 4 Aler-skating rink, past the pool though director Tamra Davis’ tables and onto the skating film serves up hearty slabs of floor. New York City “no wave” ear-;& 9:)= 'A'#?0/1A 4 ly ’80s hits on the soundtrack, Opening tracking shots are the audience gets a valuable a grand tradition (“Touch of lesson in how music often inEvil” and “The Player” are fluences art. Jazz, hip-hop, great examples), and direc- rock and classical music? Bastor Anthony Burns pulls it off quiat loved them all, as thorCHRIS PIZZELLO | The Associated Press with style. oughly demonstrated in his Jimmy Smits, a cast member in “Mother and Child,” arrives at – Sean P. Means art — and Davis’ film. – Ben Fulton the premiere of the film at the Sundance Film Festival.

“Smash His Camera”

2;A =$A%A 4 A young woman walks through a gallery showing paparazzo Ron Galella’s photos of the famous, and can’t identify John Belushi, Richard Burton and Elizabeth Taylor, Steve McQueen, Brigitte Bardot or Henry Kissinger. -;& 9:)= 'A'#?0/1A 4 At first you think the woman is just an idiot, but the scene perfectly illustrates how ephemeral fame, and Galella’s pursuit of it, can be. – Sean P. Means

purchased by Focus Features after a bidding war. The price: about $5 million. Other films working toward distribution deals at the festival as it wound down included, “happythankyoumoreplease,” the horror film “Splice,” “Winter’s Bone,” and the Iraq war documentary, “The Tillman Story.” vince@sltrib.com

“The Runaways”

2;A =$A%A 4 Early in the film, Dakota Fanning — as future lead singer of the rock band The Runaways — sensually lip-synchs a David Bowie song during her 10th-grade talent show, with glammedout makeup and fashion sense. Her fellow students don’t quite know what to make of her, so they start hurling vegetables at her. -;& 9:)= 'A'#?0/1A 4 Fanning, now 15 years old, grows up in the audience’s eyes in that one scene, and erases all memories of her “Sympathy for doe-eyed, cutesie-pie roles Delicious” in “I Am Sam,” “War of the 2;A =$A%A 4 Dean (Chris- Worlds” and “Charlotte’s Web.” topher Thornton), a paralyzed The disturbingly erotic scene DJ who discovers his hands is the prelude to a career-dehave magic powers, turns a fining, star-making role that rock show into a freak show demands to be taken seriousby healing members of the ly. audience. -;& 9:)= 'A'#?0/1A 4 In – David Burger the middle of a lot of gritty realism, director Mark Ruffalo “Get Low” tosses in a scene suitable for a Ken Russell movie. It’s a sur2;A =$A%A 4 Frank Quinn prising “peanut butter in my (Bill Murray), an ethically chocolate” moment. challenged undertaker, has – Sean P. Means been hired to plan the funeral party for the possibly dangerous hermit, Felix Bush “Splice” (Robert Duvall). As he’s try2;A =$A%A 4 Adrian Brody ing to understand his eccencreates a mutant genetic mon- tric client, while driving him ster that’s part giant bat, part home, Quinn asks Bush how kangaroo, part mouse, and he knows the town’s respectpart Vogue model. able widow, Mattie (Sissy -;& 9:)= 'A'#?0/1A 4 The Spacek). Best Actor Oscar winner for -;& 9:)= 'A'#?0/1A 4 In “The Pianist” has mad, pas- creating a brown-toned 1930ssionate, “animal” sex with a era fable, first-time director mutant genetic monster. The Aaron Schneider shows a sure least he could have done is hand at getting out of the way asked her — “it” — out for a of his experienced cast’s nusecond date. anced performances. Moviegoers are just as curious about – Vince Horiuchi the answer as Quinn is, which makes what happens next even more charming. With a “Jean-Michel Basquiat: The Radiant Child” hint of a smile, Duvall’s Bush calmly aswers “we had a go,”

while the camera pulls to outside the car to watch the driver express his surprise and shock by swerving on the road. – Ellen Fagg Weist

-;0: ;0!!A%A" 4 I asked Murray, who was hobbling on a crutch thanks to an injured right leg, about his sardonic role as an undertaker who is on the verge of losing his business in 1930s Tennessee. “Isn’t “Hesher” it your ‘Lost in Translation’ 2;A =$A%A 4 Joseph Gor- character in period clothes?” I don-Levitt plays an angry lon- asked, and he agreed with me er who inserts himself into for a minute, before he underthe lives of a father (Rainn cut himself: “I have no idea. I Wilson) and son (Devin Bro- don’t explain ‘em. That’s your chu) who are struggling to job.” cope with the sudden loss of – Ellen Fagg Weist a loved one. Late in the film, he busts into a family funer- Tilt that accent al downing an oversized beer and proceeds to deliver an un-;A?A 4 The New War Stousual, but ultimately touching, ries panel, Jan. 25 at the Filmeulogy. maker Lodge -;& 9:)= 'A'#?0/1A 4 -;0: ;0!!A%A" 4 When Gordon-Levitt’s character is attendees weren’t held rapt hard to like: He’s unkempt, by writer, reporter and direcalienates people around him tor Sebastian Junger’s masand leaves a swatch of physical sive jaw-line as he spoke about destruction in his wake. But his new film “Restrepo,” Tim in this scene, he helps us un- Hetherington, Junger’s co-diderstand that love has many rector, spoke in the most tony forms, imparting a life lesson British accent possible. In a that is shocking in terms of its rare moment of Hugh Grantmetaphor and physicality. like foppishness, Hethering– Anne Wilson ton reminded everyone that he was from the UK. ModerOnly at Sundance mo- ator Lynne Kirby jumped at the chance for humor amidst ments: a panel discussion concernBesides the films, besides ing war. “Really?” she feigned. the celebrity photographs, ev- “You’re British?” ery Sundance Film Festival – Ben Fulton offers sweet little moments where moviemakers and fans Jimmy Smits shares a rub shoulders on at red car- little too much pets, parties, concerts, gourmet dinners or in bathrooms. -;A?A 4 Red carpet beHere’s a random list of Tri- fore the Jan. 25 screening of bune’s reporters most mem- “Mother and Child” at the Racorable Sundance moments of quet Club, Park City 2010: -;0: ;0!!A%A" 4 As Jimmy Smits approached for his video interview, he offered Bill Murray agrees us some of mints he was fidwith me dling with, swearing it wasn’t -;A?A 4 Red carpet before because he could smell our the 6:30 p.m. Jan. 22 screen- breath from the other side of ing of “Get Low” at Salt Lake the press line. He popped one City’s Rose Wagner Perform- into his mouth himself, then ing Arts Center mid-interview it came flying

-;A?A 4 Press interviews Jan. 25 with the cast of “3 Backyards” at Cisero’s, Park City -;0: ;0!!A%A" 4 As movie geeks know, Embeth Davidtz (“Junebug,” HBO’s “In Treatment”) co-starred with the chin-tastic Bruce Campbell in Sam Raimi’s 1992 horror cult classic “Army of Darkness.” We had to ask her about it, though we weren’t sure how she might react. The moment she heard the title in our question, she clapped her hands and laughed! Though she was concerned that perhaps this was how all American movies were made (she was newly transplanted from her native South Africa at the time), she was struck with Raimi’s enthusiasm and is proud the film still resonates with audiences. – Kim McDaniel and Darren Ewing

Joan Jett’s the boss -;A?A 4 Soundcheck Jan. 23 at Harry O’s, Park City -;0: ;0!!A%A" 4 I was lucky enough to catch the end of Joan Jett & The Blackhearts’ soundcheck. I recognized one of the songs, “(Just Around the Corner to the) Light of Day,” and recognized it from a Bruce Springsteen performance. Naturally, I assumed it was a song by the Boss. After her soundcheck ended, her publicist asked if I wanted to meet Jett. But I wanted to seem cool, so I casually walked over to Jett, exchanged pleasantries, and nonchalantly complimented her on her cover of the Springsteen song. She looked at me for a second, a little perturbed, and then said that it wasn’t a cover. Springsteen had written the song for her, she said, and it appeared in the 1987 film “Light of Day,” starring her. A publicist over my shoulder told her to relax, that I was only a kid. I laughed awkwardly, and meekly walked away. – David Burger

Some question -;0: ;0!!A%A" 4 I got to the red carpet of “Sympathy for Delicious” late having just gotten out of another film. When I got there, the fenced area for the press was packed with TV reporters and photographers. I found a place between a reporter from an out-of-state TV station, a Canadian station and someone from “Entertainment Israel.” As the actors and producers made their way through the line, screenwriter Christopher Thornton wheeled his way to our area. The reporter began her question with “Christopher, you know there are a lot of quadriplegics in Israel...” I was too embarrassed to stick around for the rest of the question and his answer. The screenwriter is clearly not a quadriplegic, as he was moving his hands to control his wheelchair. I looked around to see other reporters rolling their eyes, and was glad not to be the only one appalled by the assumption. – Roxana Orellana

Today’s Park City award winners’ screenings Eccles Theatre, 1750 Kearns Blvd., Park City )' ,*$* + World Cinema Jury Prize: Documentary ) !*$* + Grand Jury Prize: Documentary, Eccles Theatre &-&' !*$* + Grand Jury Prize: Dramatic winner " !*$* + Audience Award: Dramatic winner

Egyptian Theatre, 328 Main St., Park City )'-&' ,*$* + World Cinema Jury Prize: Documentary )-&' !*$* + World Cinema Audience Award: Dramatic winner %-&' !*$* + World Cinema Directing Award: Dramatic winner

Holiday Village Cinema II, 1776 Park Ave., Park City )'-&' !*$* + Excellence in Cinematography Award: Documentary winner )-&' !*$* + World Cinema Audience Award: Documentary winner %-&' !*$* + Award winner: TBA

Holiday Village Cinema III, 1776 Park Ave., Park City )) ,*$* + Award winner: TBA ( !*$* + Award winner: TBA # !*$* + Award winner: TBA

Holiday Village Cinema IV, 1776 Park Ave., Park City ))-&' ,*$* + Shorts Program II (-&' !*$* + Award winner: TBA #-&' !*$* + “The Violent Kind”

Library Center Theatre, 1225 Park Ave., Park City )'-&' ,*$* + Award winner: TBA ) !*$* + Shorts Award winners &-&' !*$* + Audience Award: Documentary " !*$* + World Cinema Screenwriting Award

Prospector Square Theatre, 2200 Sidewinder Drive, Park City )'-&' ,*$* + Alfred P. Sloan Feature Film winner ) !*$* + Waldo Salt Screenwriting Award winner &-&' !*$* + Award winner: TBA " !*$* + Documentary Directing Award winner

Today’s Salt Lake City screenings ) !*$* + “Skateland,” Tower Theatre &-&' !*$* + “Nowhere Boy,” Tower Theatre "-&' !*$* + “Twelve,” Tower Theatre

Sundance Resort screenings )' ,*$* + “The Extra Man” ) !*$* + “The Oath”


Sundance coverage (Part 4)