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Directed by: DJ Spooky

Runtime: 100 min

Year: 2007

Country: United States

Rated: Not Rated

Language: English

KUER's RadioWest will interview DJ Spooky as part of their weekly show prior to the event, please visit radiowest.kuer.org for upcoming showtimes and details.

Join Utah Film Center, KUER 90.1, and Radiowest for a special evening as we partner with UtahPresents on this special event.

Conceived as a reimagining of director D.W. Griffith’s infamously racist 1915 silent film The Birth of a NationDJ Spooky’s Rebirth of a Nation is a controversial and culturally significant project that examines how “…exploitation and political corruption still haunt the world to this day, but in radically different forms.” Originally commissioned in 2004 by the Lincoln Center Festival, the work has played throughout the world and continues to engage audiences in themes of civil rights and freedom, seen through the lens of DJ Spooky’s unique art of remixing.


This event is produced by:

Utah Presents


Through The Lens screenings are presented in partnership with:
KUER 90.1RadioWest 


Through The Lens screenings funded in part by:



Commissioned in 2004 for the Lincoln Center Festival

Thursday, February 17 @ 7:00 PM

In Person |

Kingsbury Hall


ADA accommodations are available. If you have additional needs, please visit our Accessibility page to connect with an ADA coordinator.

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