Updated as of May 29 at 3pm MT: Tickets are no longer available for both screenings. However, there will be an onsite waitlist that will open at 6:00 PM for queuing. Admission will be on a first-come, first-served basis, depending on seat availability.
- June 6th ticketholders: Tickets can be printed at home or picked up in advance or day-of the screening (depending on availability) from any ArtTix Box Office including the Rose Wagner Performing Arts Center. Please arrive at the Rose Wagner Performing Arts Center by 6:50 to guarantee seating.
- June 7th ticketholders: Tickets can be printed at home or presented at entry with your mobile device. Please arrive at Utah Musuem of Fine Arts Theatre by 6:50 to guarantee seating.
Directed by Ben Niles
100 min | 2016 | USA | Not Rated
Independently produced by the award-winning filmmaker, Ben Niles (Note by Note, Some Kind of Spark), Digging Through the Darkness takes an intimate look at The 5 Browns, a group of sibling pianists with a meteoric rise to stardom only to be devastated years later by the tragic realization that all three sisters had been sexually abused by their father.
Told intimately using archival family video, interviews, rehearsals, performances, and verité footage, Niles weaves together the remarkable story of musical determination and passion mirrored by profound bravery and survival—both personally and professionally—as The 5 Browns come to terms with their broken family and work to find solace and healing in their own individual ways.
Official Selection: 2018 Montclair Film Festival