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Ellen Eccles Theatre

Originally “The Capitol Theatre” built in the 1920’s, the Eccles’ 1100-seat, intricate neoclassical theatre was restored and reopened in 1993. The Logan Film Festival is proud to present filmmakers’ art and invite audiences inside this beautifully preserved piece of Utah history.
43 S Main St
Logan, UT 84321

DanSante Theatre

Built in 1900, the DanSante Building has played a central role in the social life of Cache Valley for a century. It has been fully renovated and expanded, including the 124-seat theatre the Logan Film Festival is proud to host films in.
59 S 100 W
Logan, UT 84321

Death Ray Comics

Comics, Graphic Novels, Records, Podcasting, and the empowerment to like what you like.
72 W Center St
Logan, UT 84321

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Erik Bateman

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Christopher William Campell

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Steven Doxey

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Kevin Doyle

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Bruce Duerdan

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West Fisher

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Kent Hadfield

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Jeremy Jensen

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Patrick Johnson

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Tyler Larson

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Andy Lorimer

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Brandon Sean Pearson

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Keldon Peterson

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Rob Sibley

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Dustin Ward (Spanky)

Born in Ogden, Utah, Dustin Ward aka “Spanky” started working in the film industry in 1999 while finishing his degree at Weber State University. After graduation, he began working for movie projects, while writing his first short (…)

 

 

 

film called “Happy Face,” which he later turned into his first two short films called “Number 9″ and “True Story.” In 2000, he worked on his first feature film as an office Production Assistant for the movie “The Crow Salvation,” starring Kirsten Dunst. Since then he’s worked in many different aspects for both feature and short films as well as commercials, all while writing, producing and directing his own projects. In 2002 he sold a feature length script “The Genesis Project,” to Director/Producer Frank E. Johnson. He continues to write feature scripts, short films, commercials, PSA’s, short stories, and novels, one of which is currently being considered for publication. He’s made over 50 short films, commercials, PSA’s and one Music Video. He’s won numerous awards for his work including 1st place in the 2006 LDS film festival 24hour filmmaking contest. 1st place at the “Who likes short shorts” film festival and many more. Spanky Ward is currently working on a new novel called “The Q&A Sessions,” while Writing/Producing and Directing his first feature length film, a romantic comedy called “Hello, I Love You,” which will be completed summer of 2014. Spanky also just finished writing a cartoon episode for a new Television series called “Adam and the Octopus Club,” which is currently being considered for purchase by a major television network in Canada. Spanky Ward currently resides in Salt Lake City, Utah.

Michael Zaccaria

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