Mormon Cinema in Shadow of Sundance

Swirling around Park City, Utah, is a style of filmmaking that's received only a brief nod at the city's Sundance Film Festival. Those involved say the films are made by Mormons, mostly for a Mormon audience. It makes money — not much, but it turns a profit. NPR's Howard Berkes reports.



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