of the Mountain Meadows Massacre"
a story you were never supposed to know
Brilliantly Honest...they will come back to this film decades
from now." -Will Bagley - Utah Historian
produced...weaves and tightens into a shocking web of injustice. Five
stars! -Phil Hall (Film
remarkable...Burying the Past is astute and brave and, contrary to the
current fashion in
documentaries, fastidiously fair to all concerned. I give it an A."
- Philip Martin
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Sun., Aug. 8, 2004,
Inside Move: Spudfest nixes Mormon massacre pic Idaho event pulls film
due to gruesome reenactment By DEBRA KAMIN
"The Crystal Heart Award" from
the Heartland Film Festival
.............."HONORS AND AWARDS"
won the Broadcast Education Association's highest honor: "BEA Best
of Festival King Foundation Award Winner", "Best of State"
Utah 2004, "Best of Festival" -- Berkeley Film Festival, "Chris
Award" -- Columbus International Film Festival.
Musical Score" (Philip Michael Davis) -- Park City Film Music Festival
"Accolade Award of Excellence" for Documentary Feature
"Accolade Award" for Narration (Jennifer Van Eenenaam)
"Best of State
Competition" "Broadcast Education Association" "Accolade Competition"
"Berkeley Film Festival" "Columbus International Film Festival"
"Park City Film Music Festival" "Park City Film Series" "Denver
International Film Festival" "Arizona International Film Festival"
"Santa Fe Film Festival" "Breckenridge Film Festival" "Bare Bones
International Film Festival" "Sedona International Film Festival"
"Athens International Film Festival" "Bend Film Festival" "SpudFest"
"Idaho International Film Festival" "Heartland Film Festival"
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