In Department of Theatre and Media Arts, Faculty, Films, Theatre and Media Arts

Jack Black in “The Unexpected Race
Photo courtesy of Scott Christopherson

Theatre and Media Arts professor Scott Christopherson’s documentary film, “The Insufferable Groo,” premiered at the Sheffield International Documentary Film Festival which took place June 7-12 in Sheffield, England.

The documentary focuses on Provo independent filmmaker Stephen Groo, who is known for his eccentric and passionate approach to making movies. Groo’s films, though small in scale and budget, have gained fans from industry professionals including Jared Hess, Jermaine Clement and Jack Black, the latter of which starred in Groo’s film “The Unexpected Race.”

Read more about “The Insufferable Groo” in The Hollywood ReporterThe Daily Herald and Deadline.

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