May In The Summer will compete in US Dramatic strand <em>Photo: Thierry Van Biessen</em> May In The Summer will compete in US Dramatic strand Photo: Thierry Van Biessen

Notching up its 29th edition in 2012, Robert Redford's festival of independent film - run in conjunction with the Sundance Institute - continues to go from strength to strength.

This year's festival runs from January 17 to 27 in Utah and from April 25 to 28 in London. Got a feature or short film screening at Sundance 2013 and want us to review it? If you have a screener, please feel free to send it to us.

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The story of a woman shut away by her family for 25 years, who became a published poet, politician and activist.
A frustrated woman secretly becomes a lesbian escort.
20 Feet From Stardom
20 Feet From Stardom
Backing singers tell their stories.
Cutie And The Boxer
Cutie And The Boxer
Two fiercely creative artists continue to spar after 40 years spent head over heels in love.
Interior. Leather Bar.
Interior. Leather Bar.
An attempt to recreate 40 minutes of gay bdsm-focused footage cut from William Friedkin's 1980 crime thriller Cruising.
Crystal Fairy
Crystal Fairy
A callow American goes on a road trip to take mescaline.
The Square
The Square
Examination of the revolution in Egypt, from the perspective of a group of activists.
Kill Your Darlings
Kill Your Darlings
A murder brings together the young writers of the beat generation.
A Teacher
A Teacher
A teacher has an affair with one of her pupils.
After Tiller
After Tiller
A look at the work of late term abortion providers in the US.
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Sundance Film Festival Features

Nature of man
David Gordon Green on Prince Avalanche, the environment and listening to the silence.
Making a Pit Stop
Director Yen Tan on his award-winning film.
Thriller in Manila
Sean Ellis talks about his migration drama/heist hybrid.
To The Lighthouse and beyond
David Lowery in conversation about Ain't Them Bodies Saints.
Making Martin Bonner
Chad Hartigan and Richmond Arquette in conversation.
This is Paul Eenhoorn
The Aussie actor talks about his role in This Is Martin Bonner.
How The Gatekeepers opened up
Dror Moreh on documenting the opinions of six former Shin Bet chiefs.
Pint of view
Andy Heathcote, Heike Bachelier and Steve Hook talk about documentary The Moo Man.
Achieving The Look Of Love
Director Michael Winterbottom on his Paul Raymond biopic.
Fired up about inequality
Fire In The Blood's Dylan Mohan Gray talks about HIV/AIDS in the developing world and the problems of Big Pharma.
Man in the No
We talk to Pablo LarraĆ­n about his Oscar-nominated film.
Sundance 2013: Days 4 and 5
The Machine Which Makes Everything Disappear, Upstream Color, The Way, Way Back and Blackfish.
New York Safari, Part 2
An expedition with the director of Soldate Jeannette.
Sundance 2013: Day 3
Ain't Them Bodies Saints, The East and Stoker.
Sundance 2013: Day 2
The Look Of Love premiere, Austenland and The Spectacular Now
New York Safari, Part 1
Daniel Hoesl on wildlife, Ulrich Seidl, Soldate Jeannette and the cost of eggs.
Sundance 2013: Opening night and press conference
Robert Redford on embracing change, documentary Who Is Dayani Cristal? and Crystal Fairy
Sundance preview: 14 films we're looking forward to at this year's festival
As indie filmmakers descend on Utah, we take a look at the films we're most looking forward to this year.
Carnage and Caravanning
Steve Oram, Alice Lowe and Ben Wheatley talk about the blackly comic Sightseers.

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Films seen at Sundance 2013
Films seen at Sundance 2013

Casey Affleck liberated by ghosts Star talks Oscars, Rooney Mara and hiding under a sheet

In the city of the world's desire Ceyda Torun on KEDi, cats, femininity and the soul of Istanbul.

A nice cup of tea and a murder Jamie McKeller on The Book Club, legalising murder, serial killers and cake.

Completing the trip Bertrand Tavernier on Jacques Becker, Claude Sautet, Jean-Pierre Melville and his Journey Through French Cinema.

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