CityViews 4/30/12: Director Richard Dutcher/Learning about Lupus


Segment 1:

Richard Dutcher’s film “Falling” was dubbed “the first R-rated Mormon film” during a brief run in theaters back in 2008. “Falling” is back on the big screen this week at the Broadway Centre Cinemas and Dutcher has moved beyond his identity as a Mormon director. On Monday, Dutcher joins us to discuss the film and how his faith (or lack thereof) informs his art.


  • Richard Dutcher, director

Richard Dutcher’s “Falling” screens thru May 3 at the Broadway Centre Cinemas, 111 E. Broadway (300 S.), Salt Lake City. For show times, film trailer and more information




Segment 2:

An estimated 20,000 Utahns live with lupus, an autoimmune disease that primarily affects young women of child-bearing age. On Monday, we learn more about the disease and why it’s so difficult to diagnose and treat.


  • Noelle Reymond, Lupus Foundation – Utah Chapter

The Walk for Lupus Now 5K/Run will be held Saturday, May 5 at Liberty Park in Salt Lake City. More information about lupus and the event is here:


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