Rexburg’s Premiere Event Center Partners With Festival

We are excited to announce that The Atrium at Hemming Village has partnered with us to be the stunning venue for the festival’s Opening Gala on Friday, May 31st. A very special thank you to The Atrium’s director, Missy Pocock, for working with us on this formal event!

Be sure to check out The Atrium and if you have an event coming up, a wedding or a special dinner, please contact Missy and book the venue today!

More details on the Opening Gala will be made available at a later date, but we CAN mention that this will be a formal event attended by the festival’s directors, filmmakers, the festival’s partners and sponsors, and special guests. If you would like to become a sponsor of the 2019 season, please write to

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Television Actress to Teach Master Classes at Festival

Grand Teton Film Festival Welcomes Professional Actress to Rexburg.
Kacey Taylor will attend and teach at the local film festival in Summer 2019.


REXBURG, IDAHO– Actress and Producer Kacey Taylor is to lead Master Workshop Classes on the subjects of Acting and Networking at the Grand Teton Film Festival on June 1, 2019.

Taylor is an actor, singer, producer, motivational speaker, and self-awareness advocate. Her personal motto is, “Be true to you.” She strives to help and motivate others through her work.

The former BYU student studied Pre-Med and Musical Theater in college. Now living in Los Angeles with her husband, she studies acting at the Beverly Hills Playhouse and vocal training at McPhee International Studios.

Taylor is known for her performance in the award-winning short film Polar, and was seen in the popular, long-running television programs Scandal and CSI: NY. She has also performed in numerous regional musical theater shows with roles such as Betty in White Christmas and the Narrator in Joseph and the Technicolor Dream Coat.

Information on the workshop classes offered during the festival can be found here. Enrollment for classes will open on February 1st, 2019.

The City of Rexburg Partners With The Festival

The City of Rexburg and the Rexburg City Cultural Arts Department have partnered with the Grand Teton Film Festival to provide venues for our workshops, meetings, and base of operations as well as for the festival’s street fair.  The venues include the historic Rexburg Tabernacle and Romance Theater as well as a block of Center Street.

We are very grateful to the City and especially to Cultural Arts Director Jackie Rawlins for supporting the festival and helping to make it a spectacular community event.

To learn more about these locations, visit: