The SpudFest Family Film and Music Festival was an annual film festival which was established in Driggs, Idaho, U.S.A. in the summer of 2004. Dawn Wells, the original Mary Ann from Gilligan's Island founded the festival as a natural outgrowth of the Idaho Film and Television Institute and Film Actors Boot Camp.
SpudFest is a "home to independent features, documentaries and short films by up-and-coming filmmakers making family films." While the Spud Drive In has typically been the homebase for the film screenings, other screeings have been held at Pierre's Playhouse in Victor, Idaho.
SpudFest was discontinued in 2008.
- Local News 8 – Spud Fest To Host Free Family Movies. Updated: 7:12 PM, Apr. 5, 2007
- Variety, Thurs., Oct. 7, 2004, 8:22pm PT – Doc unearths 'Past' of pioneer massacre – Pic won Utah's best of state 2004 award Film was scheduled as part of SpudFest, but withdrawn by festival management.
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