The festival is returning for a hybrid edition in 2023, featuring physical screenings in Park City, Utah, alongside online screenings in the second week. It runs from January 19 to 29.

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Georgie is a dreamy 12-year-old girl who lives happily alone in her London flat, filling it with magic. Out of nowhere, her estranged father turns up and forces her to confront reality.
A married man cheats on his husband with a woman... then tells him about it.
Is There Anybody Out There?
Is There Anybody Out There?
While navigating daily discrimination, a filmmaker who inhabits and loves her unusual body searches the world for another person like her, and explores what it takes to love oneself fiercely despite the pervasiveness of ableism.
The Disappearance Of Shere Hite
The Disappearance Of Shere Hite
Shere Hite’s 1976 bestselling book, The Hite Report, liberated the female orgasm by revealing the most private experiences of thousands of anonymous survey respondents. Her findings rocked the American establishment and presaged current conversations about gender, sexuality, and bodily autonomy. So how did Shere Hite disappear?
Deep Rising
Deep Rising
The fate of the planet's last untouched wilderness, the deep ocean, is under threat as a secretive organisation is about to allow massive extraction of seabed metals to address the world's energy crisis.
Iron Butterflies
Iron Butterflies
In summer 2014, sunflower fields and coal mines in eastern Ukraine turned into a 12 square kilometer crime scene. A multi-layered investigation into the downing of flight MH17, in which a butterfly-shaped shrapnel was found in the pilot's body, implicated the state responsible for a war crime that remains unpunished.
Two mysterious brothers abduct a mogul during his quest for immortality. Meanwhile, a seductive woman helps them launch a journey of self-discovery.
Plan C
Plan C
A hidden grassroots organisation doggedly fights to expand access to abortion pills across the United States keeping hope alive during a global pandemic and the fall of Roe v Wade.
Donya works for a Chinese fortune cookie factory in San Francisco. Formerly a translator for the U.S. military in Afghanistan, she struggles to put her life back in order. In a moment of sudden revelation, she decides to send out a special message in a cookie.
Past Lives
Past Lives
Nora and Hae Sung, two childhood friends, are separated from each other when Nora’s family emigrates from South Korea. Two decades later, they are reunited in New York where Nora now lives with her American husband.
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Sundance Film Festival Features

Seeking fortunes
Babak Jalali on cookie messages and casting challenges in Fremont
Cinema as a means of resurrection
Maite Alberdi on Pablo Larrain, Raul Ruiz and The Eternal Memory
Prometheus in practice
Laura Moss on raising the dead in Birth/Rebirth
Revolution from the inside
Lina on turning the camera on herself in 5 Seasons Of Revolution
Rounding out sci-fi
Sophie Barthes on the feminist design and ethos of The Pod Generation
Making Girl good looking
Adura Onashile on colour, light and costume in her debut feature
Heat and light
Anna Hints on capturing the soul of the Smoke Sauna Sisterhood
Future imperfect
Sophie Barthes on the philosophical and ethical questions raised by The Pod Generation
Balancing worlds
Veerle Baetens on adapting her debut When It Melts
Life finds a way
Sarvnik Kaur on getting involved when making Against The Tide
Return to Sundance
Reflections on the successes and challenges of returning to an in-person festival post-Covid
Close focus
Adura Onashile on the genesis, casting and themes of her debut Girl
'I am trying to tell the story with my soul more than with my mind'
Roman Liubyi on mixing dance and performance into documentary Iron Butterflies
'It became so much more personal than I was expecting'
Ella Glendining chats about Sundance doc Is There Anybody Out There?
Fishing for truth
Sarvnik Kaur on achieving trust and honesty in her fly-on-the wall documentary Against The Tide
Sundance returns to the slopes
We look ahead to this year's festival which is back as an in-person event
From Joyland to the Corner Office
Tribeca-bound producer on Cannes winner and the joy of storytelling

Sundance Film Festival News

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Sundance announces winners
A Thousand And One and UK's Scrapper take top prizes
Sundance adds five films to line-up
Encore screenings also join slate
Sundance announces feature titles
Festival returns with hybrid event
Sundance announces first titles
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