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Zero Gravity

Zero Gravity Feature Documentary - USA March 2021 - 74 minutes - first film directed by Thomas Verrette

This films has been labelled by Bruno Chatelin as one to watch from the BEST FOR FESTS !

A diverse group of middle-school students go on the journey of a lifetime when they compete in a nationwide competition sponsored by MIT to code satellites aboard the International Space Station

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BEST FOR FESTS 'Zero Gravity' selected at Desertscape Int’l Film Fest 2021


The nonprofit Film and Media Alliance of Southern Utah has just announced an outstanding addition to an already epic Desertscape International Film Festival Lineup. DIFF 2021 will close out the upcoming festival with a screening of “Recovery” from Sorø Films. This hilarious road trip comedy finds a pair of directionless sisters heading out on a mission to spring their grandmother from a nursing home during Covid. “Recovery” made a huge splash at SXSW earlier this year and it's the perfect film to close out Desertscape: Year 3. Selected members of the “Recovery” cast and crew are expected to be on hand for what is sure to be a high energy post-screening Q&A. The screening will take place at the historic Electric Theater at 5:30 PM on Saturday, June 26th.

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Adam Mast, Desertscape Festival Director, said; “We couldn’t be anymore excited to have “Recovery” close out our upcoming festival. Laughter is the best medicine and the team behind this movie certainly wants to cure what ails you! And if having the film wasn’t great enough, a few of the talented folks behind the making of “Recovery” plan on attending and sharing some behind-the-scenes stories. Simply a wonderful way to bring the 2021 Desertscape festivities to a close. ”

John Pugh, Desertscape Festival Director, said; “I’ve followed Studio C and JK! Studios since their start and I’m a huge fan. So, to know that some of the original writers and cast were off making a quick turnaround feature film in 2020 had me intrigued. I’m excited that our friends at Sorø Films are bringing “Recovery” and some of the cast and crew out to help us close out Desertscape 2021 with comedy and heart! We hope to have a full house.”

While Desertscape International Film Festival: Year Three will pride itself on a wonderfully diverse slate of films and screenplays of multiple genres, programmers promise a variety of several other noteworthy film-centric activities and events as well. Included; Filmmaker Q&A’s, storyteller panels, a live script read, VR stations, a 3D movie alley, a 16mm pop-up theater, live music, food, an opening night party, and a closing night Awards Gala. Also, expect special guests including talented actor Colin Cunningham (“Falling Skies,” “Preacher,” “Blood Drive,” and “Centigrade”) and gifted screenwriter Jeff Robison (“Rudderless” and “The Scent of Rain and Lightning.”)

Desertscape International Film Festival tickets are currently on sale.

All-Access Badges are $75 (includes a swag bag) with single film block tickets at $10 and special day passes available at $25. For ticket sales and more info on the festival, log on to *The official 2021 Desertscape International Film Festival schedule will be announced soon. *Schedule subject to change



Since 2019, the Desertscape International Film Festival has served as a platform for filmmakers from all over the world to share their work in a theatrical setting. Additionally, Desertscape prides itself on creating a source of grand entertainment and enlightenment for its many attendees. While Desertscape is still very much in its infancy it has grown exponentially over the last few years seeing an increase in both submissions and attendance from 2019 to 2020. The goal is to see Desertscape evolve and emerge as a Southern Utah staple for years to come.


Formed in 2017, FMASU is a 501(C)(3) nonprofit designed to encourage, inspire, nurture, and educate filmmaking talent and to preserve film history and the theatrical experience. FMASU does this by way of several film-related events throughout the year, including; Desertscape International Film Festival, HorrorFest International, The Electric Film Series, A Merry Movie Christmas, and the Guerilla Filmmaking Challenges--quick turnaround filmmaking competitions that take place three times per year. While FMASU prides itself on its Southern Utah roots, it is equally interested in championing storytellers from all around the world. Of course, the primary goal is to engage everyone through the culturally expansive nature of the world's greatest art form: Cinema! To learn all about FMASU and or to donate, log on to

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