Utah Film Center presents
Utah Film Circuit | Free Screening
Directed by Marcie Begleiter | 108 min | 2016 | USA/Germany | Not Rated
An exploration into the life and work of Eva Hesse, one of America’s foremost post-war artists. Her pioneering sculptures, using latex, fiberglass, and plastics, helped establish the post-minimalist movement and her position as one of the few women whose work was taken seriously in the 1960s New York art scene that was dominated by male pop artists and minimalists.
Official Selection: 2016 Dok.Fest Munich, 2016 Docaviv
Utah Film Center’s Ogden screenings are presented in partnership with Shaw Gallery, Peery’s Egyptian Theater, and Weber State University, with additional generous support from The Lawrence T. & Janet T. Dee Foundation and Weber State student fees.
Utah Film Center’s Utah Film Circuit screenings are made possible by Zions Bank, with additional generous support from AARP.
Street parking is available limited for 2 hours until after 6:00pm. There is also parking behind the theater off on Kiesel Avenue for $5 charge. Free parking is available one block west at The Junction (behind the Megaplex 13 theater) on 24th and Grant. We are south and east of the free parking.