Four Utah Tech University students and alumni will have their films shown at the Kanab Film Festival from April 27 to April 30 at Redstone Theater and Quail Park Lodge.
Every year, the Kanab Film Festival hosts a three-day festival featuring independent films, festivities, and food. One Utah Tech student, Ben Vasion, and three UT alumni, Jose Molla, Colby Clanton, and Tanner McCowan, will all have their films screened at the festival.
Vasion’s film, “The Last Goodbye,” follows a young man as he is faced with an inevitable life-changing event and must wrestle with 15 years of withheld feelings. Molla’s film, “Don’t Listen to the Cricket,” follows the story of a man who can’t fall asleep because there’s an annoying cricket in his room. Clanton’s film, “Deliberation,” follows a high school senior who finds himself trapped in a conference room with serious allegations aimed his way. McCowan’s film, “Chasing Shadows,” follows Daniel, a hopeless romantic, who keeps getting in his own way while looking for love, but that isn’t stopping his shadow from trying to find someone for him.