Previously held in the spring, the Logan Film Festival will be making its fall debut Sept. 25-27.
The LFF is a celebration of independent films that focuses on artistic expression and alternative views instead of big Hollywood names and budgets.
The selected films were submitted from around the world, and out of the 43 films that will be screened, 7 of them were made locally in Cache Valley, 12 in Utah, 13 in the United States and 11 internationally. The films have various run times and are both narrative and documentary.
The festival team is especially excited to be screening “20,000 Days on Earth.” The documentary feature was premiered at the 2014 Sundance Film Festival and received two awards for editing and directing. In regards to the film, the Sundance jury said: “We award this film for being arguably the most exciting film in competition…. This is documentary storytelling at its most visionary and mindblowing.”