We’ve hand-picked 6 highly anticipated screenings and events that will take place over the course of the festival from 29 July – 1 August, explore the programme here…
A wonderful practical examination of the ACLU at work, and ultimately, delivers a rewarding watch that is tinged with hope.
Sundance Film Festival: London 2019, taking place 30 May – 2 June at Picturehouse Central
Passes for the Sundance Film Festival 2019: London are on sale now
Matt sits down with Jim Hosking, the director of 2016’s acclaimed The Greasy Strangler and this year’s insane Sundance comedy entry, An Evening with Beverly Luff Linn. to chat about assembling big name casts, pitching chaos, and repeating words over and over…
A new poster has been released for Skate Kitchen ahead of its UK release at the end of September.
“People are realising that a rising tide lifts all boats, and if you have more then one woman in a room, you’re more secure in having your voice amplified, and it’s harder to be pushed out”.
We’re on Day Two at the wonderful #SundanceLondon – Head here for all the latest including our first ★★★★★ review for Desiree Akhavan.
Here’s our #SundanceLondon Day One: Review Round-up that includes #GenerationWealth, Idris Elba’s #Yardie and #HalfThePicture from Amy Adrion
Watch the trailer for Half the Picture, Amy Adrion’s debut documentary on gender discrimination in the Hollywood system.
All the latest info for events at Sundance London 2018
Female Filmmakers are leading the way at Sundance Film Festival: London – Running 31 May – 3 June at Picturehouse Central