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Killing Tony + Terror and Hope, The Science of Resilience

Presented by Red Rock Film Festival and Kayenta Arts Foundation at Center for the Arts at Kayenta, Ivins UT

Nov 13 2020
Killing Tony + Terror and Hope, The Science of Resilience

Two Documentary premieres as part of the RFM Cinema Retreat at Kayenta!

Killing Tony
At the start of the film, Jenni talks about Tony like he’s an annoying roommate or spouse she’s grown weary of. Tony talks about Jenni as though maybe she’s right. The tough thing about their relationship is, Tony and Jenni are the same person.

Terror and Hope, The Science of Resilience
It is 2015 and thousands of Syrian refugees are fleeing for their lives. On the other hand, Syrian families, with the help of a group of scientists and volunteers, are teaching their innocent

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This is a Live, In-Person event. Virtual screening also available.

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  • Trailer for "Terror and Hope"


Center for the Arts at Kayenta

881 Coyote Gulch Court, Ivins, UT 84738


Parking is available surrounding the venue and in nearby satellite lots that serve the Coyote Village.

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