September 21-26 | Salt Lake City, Utah

2020 Wasatch Mountain Film Festival

Kicking Off WMFF’2020

Every year the Wasatch Mountain Film Festival kicks off in Salt Lake City, Utah at the base of the majestic Wasatch Mountains. This week of inspiring films, informative panel discussions is designed to expand your perspective. Organized by nonprofit Wasatch Mountain Arts, this is an event you won’t want to miss out on.

You can find all the information you need to know about the festival in Salt Lake City below. 

View Online 2020 Festival Guide


From accommodation, transportation, dining, parking, box office information we have you covered.


2020 guests announced are soon.


With the switch to our new venue The CLUBHOUSE, and this bieng the centenial anniversary of the women’s sufferage movement we decided to dedicate a full day to the many incredible women in the film comunity. Friday, September 25th will be a full day of events featuring women filmmakers and athletes.

Welcome to CLUBHOUSE

This year we found a new home for a festival called CLUBHOUSE. Located on South Temple and 900 East this historic venue is a very exciting upgrade for our festival. Not only is the space beautiful but it also has opened up new and excipting programing opportunities. Learn more about the venue by clicking the link below.

Partners + Sponsors

View detailed information on festival partners


For general inquiries, please reach out to our film fest team | contact us page |

For media interested in attending and providing coverage of the festival please fill in an accreditation form here.

For more detailed contact information on the box office, competitions, tour, or partnerships click here. 

Support our Sponsors

Support our Sponsors

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In Partnership With

With Support from Salt Lake City
With Support from Utah Film Commission
With Support from Salt Lake County