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RadioWest Films presents unique stories with a focus on Utah. Each week, we’ll present a short documentary drawing from a variety of styles: story driven, conceptual, profiles and more. It’s a place for film lovers to watch innovative storytelling and to meet Utah’s most talented filmmakers.And there are some films that we just want to keep talking about. Here's a collection of radio conversations paired with our short films. Think of it this way ... stories you hear, stories you see.

Utah Artist Randall Lake


Esteemed painter Randall Lake travelled to Europe to hone his art and it was in France that he discovered Mormonism. He eventually settled in Utah, which has been his home since 1973. Over time, his paintings have reflected Lake's own journey -- from traditional landscapes as a dedicated Mormon to more daring works as an openly gay man. Monday, Doug sits down with Lake to talk about his life and his art. We'll also premiere photographer Michael Schoenfeld's short documentary about Randall Lake as part of our new VideoWest series.

On Thursday, October 10th from 6:00 p.m. to 10:00 p.m., Randall Lake will open a new studio show at The Guthrie Building. You can also visit him October 11 - 13th from 12:00 p.m. to 6:00 p.m. 158 East 200 South Suite 314 in Salt Lake City. Learn more about Randall Lake on his website, www.randalllakeart.com

Watch photographer Michael Schoenfeld's short documentary Randall Lake. It's part of our new companion documentary series VideoWest