Film Festival puts on a show

Kurt Sutter, creator of the television series “Sons of Anarchy,” and actor, writer, producer and director of “Sons of Anarchy” and the TV series “The Shield,” left, and actor Scott Glenn, right, who has some 90 acting credits to his name including “The Hunt for Red Octo-ber,” “Silverado,” “The Silence of the Lambs,” “The Right Stuff” and “Urban Cowboy,” flank Sun Valley Film Festival director Candice Pate at the festival in Ketchum on Friday. The third rendition of the festival wrapped up Sunday after a long weekend of film-related discussions, movie screenings and shoulder rubbing with top industry producers, directors and actors. “We couldn’t be happier with this year’s festi-val,” said festival Executive Director Teddy Grennan. “Our pass sales doubled over last year and we had close to 150 filmmakers and other special guests in attendance.” More than 50 “cutting edge” films and TV premieres were curated during the four-day event. To read more about the festival, turn to Page B1 of our printed issue. Photo by Willy Cook

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