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 at the end of May and the beginning of 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 May 30 to Sunday June 2, 2019.
What’s showing at Sundance Film Festival: London?
The full 2019 line-up is announced here at 9am on Tuesday, April 16.
How do I get tickets?
General ticket booking is open to the general public and Picturehouse Cinemas’ members from Tuesday April 23 (Friday April 19 for Picturehouse members). Book tickets here.
Call 0871 902 5747 (calls cost 13p per minute plus your telephone company’s access charge). The telephones lines are open from 9am to 8.30pm, seven days a week.
Festival tickets can be purchased at the box office at Picturehouse Central from Tuesday April 23 (four days earlier for members).
A limited number of tickets will be released on the day of each screening and can only be purchased at the main box office at Picturehouse Central or via the Picturehouse app. Be sure to follow @picturehouses and @CentralPictureH for all ticket announcements.
Tickets for the opening-night gala are £18.50 (£15.50 for Picturehouse members). Other screenings are £16.50 (£13.50 for members). Triple Threat films are £10 (£7 for members). A £1.50 booking fee applies to online orders (members are exempt).
Head to www.picturehouses.com/sundance for all the details.