What is Sundance Film Festival: London?
The Sundance Film Festival: London is an offshoot of Robert Redford's Sundance Film Festival in Utah. It's back for a long weekend in June, featuring UK premieres of some of the hottest movies and docs from the mother festival in January.
This year the whole festival will unspool at the gorgeous Picturehouse Central cinema on Shaftesbury Avenue in the West End.
When is Sundance Film Festival London?
The festival plays at Picturehouse Central for four days, from Thursday June 2 until Sunday June 5 2016.
What’s showing at Sundance Film Festival London?
Get the full line-up for Sundance Film Festival: London below. There are 11 new feature films playing (plus three Sundance classics including 'The Usual Suspects' and 'Blood Simple'). There are two programmes of short films from around the world. There are four special events with guest appearances from renowned industry names, including super-producer and former Focus Features head James Schamus. Look below for more details on every film playing at the 2016 Sundance Film Festival: London.
How do I get tickets?
Tickets are on sale now and cost £15. Time Out readers can obtain a discounted ticket price of £12 for all films and most special events by quoting 'TIME OUT SUNDANCE' over the phone or in person at the box office at Picturehouse Central. Book now by calling 0871 902 5755 (calls cost 13p per minute plus your telephone company’s access charge). The offer is not redeemable online.
The 11 films premiering at Sundance
Ellen Page steals a baby (kind of accidentally) in the debut comedy-drama from 'Orange is the New Black' writer Sian Heder
Author: The JT LeRoy Story
The incredible real-life story behind a brazen literary hoax that fooled celebrities including Winona Ryder
Intense drama exploring US university 'hazing' rituals and male violence
The Greasy Strangler
Fans of trashy bad-taste movies, this horror-comedy is for you
Morris from America
A funny and painful coming-of-age drama following an African-American 13-year-old as he moves to Germany with his dad
Three couples scheme to end the marriage of a fourth pair in actress Clea DuVall's directing debut
This inspirational doc is the story of how Disney movies connected an autistic boy to the world
Julie Delpy, Greta Gerwig and Danny DeVito star in indie legend Todd Solondz's latest
Short film programme
2016 Sundance Film Festival Short Film Tour
A 95-minute program of eight short films selected from this year’s Sundance Film Festival, showcasing a wide variety of story and style.
2016 Sundance Film Festival UK Shorts
A showcase of seven shorts made in Britain that screened at Sundance Film Festival 2016.
Sundance Film Festival: Road to Stardom
Special events at Sundance
Cutting Through The Festival Bullshit
Get the inside on what festivals are looking for from short films and advice from the experts on how to get your film made.
'Diversity as an ethos'
This discussion will explore the progress made and still to be made in diversifying the indie filmmaking scene.
James Schamus: The changing face of Independent Film
James Schamus, the mega-producer behind some of the most critically acclaimed independent films of the last 15 years ('Brokeback Mountain', 'Lost in Translation') discusses his career.
Short film masterclass
Whether you are starting your first project or have been in the business for years, get advice and learn from real world stories. Followed by a reception to network with fellow local shorts filmmakers.