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Get a backstage pass to Sundance

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Become a last-minute volunteer and get the backstage pass to the Sundance Film Festival. Rewards for volunteering are one Film Voucher for every 4 hours you volunteer (for use in the staff/volunteer line at Theatre Box Offices), a Sundance Film Festival 2009 jacket and vest by Kenneth Cole and access to volunteer-exclusive parties, events, and screenings. Volunteers must sign up for at least 3-4 shifts, about 7-8 hours each shift.

Volunteers must be 21, and we will not be covering lodging, travel, etc. costs for any of these sign up volunteers. Applications will be accepted no later than Jan. 12.

Questions?: Contact the Sundance Film Festival Volunteer Department at volunteers@sundance.org .

Trevor Southey reception at McCarthy Gallery

Thomas Kearns McCarthy Gallery at 444 Main St. will host a reception for artist and sculptor Trevor Southey Saturday, Jan. 10, from 3 until 7 p.m. with a presentation from Southey at 4 p.m.

Arts Kids needs volunteers

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Arts-Kids is looking for adult and older teen volunteers to help with the county-wide after-school program beginning Jan. 26 and running through April 9. Volunteers are mentors for the children and youth, who range in age from 8 to 15years, and aids to the staff. Commitment is a minimum of one afternoon per week. Training will be in January12 at 5:30. For further information and interview, please call 435-615-7878. Parents wanting to request that their children be participants in an Arts-Kids group, please talk with your principal or counselor.

Best of fest ticket sales begin

Utah residents can purchase tickets Library Jan. 10 and 11 at the Gateway Box Office to prize-winning films that will screen at Eccles Center Jan. 26 at 6 and 9 p.m. Only residents of Summit and Wasatch County can buy tickets at Gateway. They should bring a state-issued ID or proof of residence to collect tickets.

Park City Film Series presents ‘Religulous’

HBO star Bill Maher along with ‘Borat’ director Larry Charles have fashioned a funny and poignant documentary about religion. The film approaches its subject with many questions, seeking answers through interviews with a variety of religious individuals. It takes us all the way from Salt Lake City to Rome to Israel and even to an Orlando Christian theme park. ‘Religulous’ plays at 7 p.m. at Park City Library. Adult tickets are $7.