Sundance Film Festival 2015

This programme also includes a series of installations.

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The Forbidden Room The Forbidden Room
The Forbidden Room and The Royal Road
The Forbidden Room (Country: Canada; Year: 2015; Director: Guy Maddin, Evan Johnson; Writer: Guy Maddin, Evan Johnson, Robert Kotyk, John Ashbery, Kim Morgan; Stars: Roy Dupuis, Clara Furey, Louis Negin, Udo Kier, Gregory Hlady, Mathieu Amalric, Noel Burton, Geraldine Chaplin, Paul Ahmarani, Caroline Dhavernas, Jacques Nolot, Slimane Dazi, Maria de Medeiros, Charlotte Rampling, Victor Andrés Trelles Turgeon)
A submarine crew, a feared pack of forest bandits, a famous surgeon, and a battalion of child soldiers all get more than they bargained for as they wend their way toward progressive ideas on life and love.
World premiere.
Liveforever (Country: Colombia, Mexico; Director: Carlos Moreno; Writer: Alberto Ferreras, Alonso Torres, Carlos Moreno)
Driven by the music and dancing she finds along the way, a teenager leaves home willing to try anything her provocative and tolerant city has to offer, even if she burns out in the process. Inspired by the best-selling novel "Que viva la música" by Andres Caicedo.
World premiere.
The Royal Road (Country: US; Year: 2015; Director: Jenni Olson; Writer: Jenni Olson, Jenni Olson; Stars: Tony Kushner, Jenni Olson)
Cinematic essay considering the history of California and the personal desires of the director.
World premiere.
Sam Klemke's Time Machine (Country: US, Australia; Year: 2014; Director: Matthew Bate; Writer: Matthew Bate, Sandy Cameron; Stars: Sam Klemke)
Sam Klemke has filmed and narrated 50 years of his life, creating a strange and intimate portrait of what it means to be human.
World premiere.
Station To Station (Country: Sweden; Year: 2014; Director: Davor Radic; Writer: Davor Radic; Stars: Jerker Cavallie Wase)
Composed of 60 individual one-minute films featuring different artists, musicians, places, and perspectives, this film reveals a larger narrative about modern creativity.
World premiere.
Liveforever Liveforever
Liveforever and Things Of The Aimless Wanderer
Things Of The Aimless Wanderer (Country: Rwanda; Year: 2014; Director: Kivu Ruhorahoza; Writer: Kivu Ruhorahoza; Stars: Justin Mullikin, Grace Nikuze, Ramadhan Bizimana)
A white man meets a black girl, then she disappears. The white man tries to understand what happened to her while also trying to finish a travelogue. Things of the Aimless Wanderer is a film about the sensitive topic of relations between “locals” and Westerners, about paranoia, mistrust, and misunderstandings.
World premiere.
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