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Summer Showdown

Starts May 31

Films compete each weekend to be crowned the Champion Of Summer.

SLFS SUMMER SHOWDOWN will pit two films against one another each weekend to see what films are the champion of summer!

Cult Cinema at its best. How it works.

Friday and Saturday nights at Broadway we will present cult, indie, and summer cinema goodness. Screenings will include a limited edition swag, merchandise, and surprise give-aways. Collect them all!

We will announce the winning film each week on our social media, so follow us!

At the end of summer only ONE film will be crowned CHAMPION OF SUMMER. 


How do YOU help determine the winner?

Each weekend your favorite films will gain ranking on our leader board according to:

1) Audience Attendance (bring all your friends!) (1 point per dollar on the day of screening)

2) Donations attributed to the film or received day of screening (2 points per dollar)

3) Join our Red Carpet Club! Each membership dollar can be used toward any film. 

Have a favorite film? Be sure to attend in-person, donate for double the points, or join the Red Carpet Club to affect the rankings each weekend.


*Eligibility audience members must have purchased a ticket through online ticketing systems and must have provided their email and telephone number at the time of purchase for our Audience Awards program.  SLFS is not responsible for lost or misdirected emails, send errors, or junk email capture, and recommends all audiences check their junk after the winning film is announced in September. Non-Transferable. Restrictions apply. No guarantees will be given and gifts may be first-come, first-served if some items are limited in quantity. 

Sundance and SLFS Local Lens Screening 7/28

Festival Favorites. For Utahns. For Free. Sundance Film Festival: Local Lens program is a series of FREE screenings happening July 26–29.

Get information on all screenings ->
Get tickets while supplies last.

RSVP for FREE tickets to these films screening at SLFS on 7/28:
Kokomo City at 7:00 pm -> RSVP
Birth/Rebirth at 11:30 pm -> RSVP

Kokomo City

Killer Cars & Joy Rides in March 2023

Join us at SLFS in March 2023 for a fast paced ride through late 1960s to 1970s cinema as we present our Killer Cars & Joy Rides series every weekend starting March 3.

Showtimes may vary. Tickets are now on sale – >

Mar 3: The Italian Job (1969)

Mar 4: Two-Lane Blacktop (1971)

Mar 10: Bullitt (1968)

Mar 11: The Driver (1978)

Mar 17: Grand Prix (1966)

Mar 18: Le Mans (1971)

Mar 24: Vanishing Point (1971)

Mar 25: Duel (1971)

Schedule for Killer Cars & Joy Rides featuring the mini-coopers from The Italian Job (1969)

The Lord Of The Rings Trilogy

Join us for this special marathon screening of Peter Jackson's epic, Academy-Award winning The Lord of the Rings trilogy.

One Marathon to rule them all…August 13th at Broadway.

$35 for all three films! Tickets will include swag, food, and trivia for an amazing one day event.

Your journey begins with The Fellowship of the Ring at Noon. There will be a 30 minute break before The Two Towers at roughly 3:00 pm. Following that film, there will be a 60 minute break for dinner at 6:30 pm before The Return of the King at 7:30 pm. The full program should exit by 11:00 pm.

The Lord of the Rings is widely regarded as one of the greatest and most influential film series ever made. Each film was critically acclaimed, with high praise for their innovative special effects, acting, set design, musical score and emotional depth, and heavily awarded, the series winning 17 Academy Awards. 

Set in the fictional world of Middle-earth, the trilogy follows the hobbit Frodo Baggins as he and the Fellowship embark on a quest to destroy the One Ring, to ensure the destruction of its maker, the Dark Lord Sauron. The Fellowship eventually splits up and Frodo continues the quest with his loyal companion Sam and the treacherous Gollum. Meanwhile, Aragorn, heir in exile to the throne of Gondor, along with Legolas, Gimli, Boromir, Merry, Pippin and the wizard Gandalf, unite to save the Free Peoples of Middle-earth from the forces of Sauron and rally them in the War of the Ring to aid Frodo by distracting Sauron’s attention.

The fellowship's journey begins as they march to Mordor to destroy the one ring.

Cool Upcoming Films For Summer 2022

Coming Soon at Broadway

At SLFS we are trying to beat the heat with cinema. Here’s some upcoming films for the month of August 2022:

NOPE – July 22

FIRE OF LOVE – July 22





Of course, nothing is certain in these times and dates may change.

So keep an eye on this space or at for any new additions to the schedule. We still have some surprise announcements coming soon…

And don’t forget Summer Showdown every Friday and Saturday night! We will be finishing up with some classics that you don’t want to miss on the big screen.

Live Q&A with Emelie Mahdavian

Join us on Friday 6/24 for an in-person Q&A with director Emilie Mahdavian following the 7:15 pm screening of Bitterbrush.

In the documentary, opening Friday at Broadway, In the remote and rugged mountains of the American West, two young women contemplate the future as they work alone herding cattle. Get tickets now here-> Bitterbrush.

Emelie Mahdavian is an Emmy, Peabody, and Sundance Award-winning filmmaker who was selected for DOCNYC’s 2020 “40 Under 40” list. Her nonfiction feature BITTERBRUSH screened at Telluride Film Festival, Doc Fortnight at the MoMA, won a Special Jury Prize at Visions du Réel, and is being released theatrically by Magnolia Pictures. She produced, wrote, and edited MIDNIGHT TRAVELER, which won numerous international prizes and was nominated for a Gotham Award for Best Documentary. She has a Ph.D. from the University of California, Davis and is Assistant Professor of Film and Media Arts at the University of Utah.

Pride 2022 at SLFS

Happy Pride 2022!  SLFS has a commitment to showcase stories from all communities, and to be a safe place for people to come together and share in the art of film. May these stories and many future artists stories through cinema fuel our dreams, ignite our conscience, and spark our community in ways that ebb the tide of bigotry, hate, and war.

Don’t Miss This June 2022->

One Night Only 6/24
One Night Only 6/25


Throughout the month we will be showcasing LGBTQIA filmmakers and cinema on our social media, so be sure to follow us!  We also will have some cool merchandise available coming soon to show support for all communities.