A socially conservative group wants the state of Utah to stop supporting the Sundance Film Festival, citing its "obscene" films in its 2013 lineup.Somehow some information was left out of the report. PDF here.
The Sutherland Institute called out Sundance-approved films like "Lovelace," a biopic of porn actress Linda Lovelace, as proof the festival doesn't reflect Utah residents' values.
"For the sake of public decency and encouraging a free, moral society, the state of Utah should end its ‘complex relationship’ with the Sundance Film Festival," [The Sutherland Institute's Derek] Monson writes, concluding, "Some things are more important than money."
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