Sundance Film Festival

The Sundance Film Festival is an annual event held in Park City, Utah, showcasing independent films, documentaries, and shorts. Founded in 1978 by Robert Redford, it has launched the careers of many filmmakers and actors and serves as a platform for industry networking. It takes place in January and awards outstanding films and performances. 

The Sundance Film Festival showcases a range of independent films, including dramas, comedies, documentaries, and experimental works. Recent hits like "Get Out," "Call Me By Your Name," "The Big Sick," and "Moonlight" premiered at Sundance and received critical acclaim and numerous awards. The festival also features Q&A sessions with filmmakers and actors, making it a unique opportunity for film fans to engage with their favorite artists. 

The Sundance Film Festival will take place in person and online January 18–28, 2024.

We are in the process of designing a safe and accessible Festival where our audiences and artists can come together to celebrate and discover new work and each other. Mark your calendars and stay tuned.

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