The London offshoot of the annual Sundance Film Festival is back after a year's break and it opens at Picturehouse Central this Thursday June 2 and runs until Sunday June 5 – and we're offering cheap tickets to everyone and anyone reading this blog.
By now, quite a few screenings at Sundance London are sold out, but there are still some tickets left, and we're giving you the opportunity to book them at a price specially discounted for Time Out readers. Which means that most films and special events at Sundance Film Festival: London will now cost you £12 instead of £15.
So, which films should you buy tickets for? To help you pick, we suggest you start with Time Out's very own guide to the festival. Here you'll find info on all the 11 new American independent movies screening, plus details of several special events and two programmes of short films.
Right now, we know that there are tickets left for two intriguing documentaries, 'Author: The JT Leroy Story' (the story of a mysterious novelist) and 'Life, Animated' (about a kid with a special relationship with Disney characters), and for two dramatic features, 'Indignation' (a Philip Roth adaptation) and 'Goat' (about two brothers in the same terrifying college fraternity). You can also still grab seats to all three of the classic Sundance movies showing over the weekend: 'Blood Simple', 'Winter's Bone' and 'The Usual Suspects'.
All you have to do to claim this discounted ticket price is quote 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. See below for full terms and conditions.
Sundance Film Festival: London runs at Picturehouse Central from Thursday June 2 to Sunday June 5. You'll find our full guide to the festival here.