By Excel Entertainment Press Release
New Trailer for Brigham City hits Theaters this Weekend
SALT LAKE CITY, UTAH -- The newest version of the trailer for Brigham
City, the latest film from the director of God's Army, hits theaters
along the Wasatch Front this weekend.
An early version of the trailer for Richard Dutcher's latest film was
first released on the VHS and DVD release of God's Army, Dutcher's
breakthrough movie about Mormon missionaries. That first trailer was
cut while Brigham City was still being filmed in Mapleton, Utah.
The newer version of the trailer will begin showing in theaters from
Logan to St. George this weekend. While still keeping most of the
film a secret, this trailer is faster paced than the original and
reveals more about the film's characters and plot.
The trailer has been approved for viewing by all audiences, but the
film has not yet been rated by the MPAA. The film is scheduled for
release into select cities nationwide on April 6, 2001.
Brigham City is a classic whodunit, a murder mystery set in a small,
fictional Mormon town. The picturesque tranquility of Brigham is
shattered when a woman from California is found murdered in her car.
As in God's Army, Dutcher plays co-star in a film he wrote, produced
and directed. Dutcher's character is sheriff of the quiet town with
the added distinction of being a Mormon bishop in Brigham. Mormonism
and issues of faith are again at the core of the story in Brigham
For more information, visit the film's official web site at