That is the name of a film series currently going on at the Pioneer Theater in Manhattan’s East Village. The tagline for the series is: “A quick overview of some of the Mormons’ crazy and dangerous ideas, as well as some of the goofy characters the LDS community has brought forth into the celluloid world!”
Screenings include Trapped by the Mormons (2005) (“starring NYC Drag King Johnny Kat”), All Dolled Up (2005), Primer (2004), Trapped by the Mormons (1922), New York Doll (2005), John Ford’s Wagonmaster (1950), A Mormon Maid (1917), and a medley of Man’s Search for Happiness (1964), Cipher in the Snow (1973), The Mailbox (1977), and How Do I Love Thee (1965). Also included are various other Mormon shorts, and Peluca, Jared Hess’s precursor to Napolean Dynamite. If you ever wondered how a bunch of irony-drenched hipsters would react to Cipher in the Snow, here is your chance.
Interestingly, it looks as though BYU helped out with this series, as the theater thanks James D’Arc of BYU’s film archive, among others.