Professor Jonathan Turley is a nationally recognized constitutional legal scholar whose articles on legal and policy issues appear regularly in the New York Times, Washington Post, USA Today, Los Angeles Times and Wall Street Journal. Professor Turley also appears regularly as a legal expert on major television networks. He is on-air Legal Analyst and a repeated guest on Sunday talk shows on Meet the Press, ABC This Week, Face the Nation, and Fox Sunday. Professor Turley has taught courses on constitutional law, constitutional criminal law, environmental law, litigation, and torts.
This year, the Festival is presenting TahNibaa Naataanii – an artist who creates with weavings and hand felting techniques to produce wearable art. As a young girl, TahNibaa’s paternal grandmother gave her the Navajo name of: TahNibaa Atlo’iigii, which means “coming into battle with weaving.” She believes it was her grandmother’s hope that she continue the tradition of weaving in their family. She is now a fifth-generation Navajo Weaver and represents the Many Hogan Clan and Coyote Pass Clans, and her maternal and paternal clans are the Mexican and Steep Rock Clans.
Catch a very special screening of the 2023 Academy AwardⓇ-Winning film The Whale starring Brendan Fraser to benefit nonprofit Sun Valley Playwright’s Residency. The evening includes pre-screening wine and a post-screening Q&A with screenwriter, MacArthur “Genius” Fellow, and Idaho-native Samuel D. Hunter. VIP Admission also includes a pre-screening wine and hors d’oeuvres reception with Hunter, plus prime, reserved seating for the screening.
Join The Argyros, Wood River Community YMCA, I Have A Dream Foundation, College of Idaho, and the US Attorney’s Office, District of ID, to learn about and celebrate Juneteenth.
Juneteenth, which has been informally observed as a holiday for over a hundred years, marks the emancipation of African Americans from slavery on June 19th, 1865. In 2021, after decades of grassroots lobbying, it was recognized as an official federal holiday. Join us for an evening to recognize the ongoing American project of racial diversity and justice, and to consider how we may continue to strive for a more perfect union.
SVFF Encore screening of National Geographic Documentary Film’s Fire of Love, recently nominated for an Academy Award® and the selection for the 2022 Festival Opening Night Film.
The extraordinary love story of intrepid French scientists Katia and Maurice Krafft, who died just as explosively as they lived – capturing the most spectacular imagery ever recorded of their greatest passion: volcanoes.
Morning Edition’s George Prentice will host a fun, fast-paced showcase of the most talked about (and sometimes debated) films of the season. We’ll feature some exclusive moments with the year’s most celebrated storytellers and unveil sneak peek info on the 2023 SVFF film slate. Plus prizes, games and plenty of surprises. If you love movies, this is the must-attend party of the year.