Today on the show: we view the Sundance Film Festival through the eyes of a critic and a filmmaker. Salt Lake Tribune movie critic Sean P. Means talks about being starstruck while reporting on his first Festival, what it’s like to watch movies as a critic and his top three Sundance films of all time; and local director Jenny Mackenzie discusses her film “Quiet Heroes,” about the only health care providers in Utah to provide treatment to HIV/AIDS patients in the 1980s.
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