Saint George, Utah is home to some of the United States' most unique natural formations, attractions and events, including the world famous Tuacahn Amphitheater, Zion National Park, George Fest, Doc Utah, the Film and Media Alliance of Southern Utah (FMASU), and the national headquarters for the American Motion Picture Society (AMPS), founded in 1930.

"Butch Cassidy and the Sundance Kid" was filmed - in no small part - right here in our backyard, and Southern Utah's iconic red stone structures are unique to our area, and should be the envy of every indie filmmaker with a camera in hand. The Sundance Film Festival is, of course, only a short drive up the road, and we reside just 119 miles north of Las Vegas. We are at the very epicenter of the indie film movement in the state of Utah.