This year's festival will run from January 23 to February 2 and feature 118 feature films from 27 countries. Day One films are Crip Camp, Cuties, The Painter And The Thief, Summertime and Taylor Swift: Miss Americana and Bad Hair.

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Minari
Minari
David, a seven-year-old Korean-American boy, gets his life turned upside down when his father decides to move their family to rural Arkansas and start a farm in the mid-1980s, in this charming and unexpected take on the American Dream.
The Reason I Jump
The Reason I Jump
Based on the book by Naoki Higashida this immersive film explores the experiences of nonspeaking autistic people around the world.
The Mole Agent
The Mole Agent
When a family becomes concerned about their mother’s well-being in a retirement home, private investigator Romulo hires Sergio, an 83-year-old man who becomes a new resident – and a mole inside the home, who struggles to balance his assignment with becoming increasingly involved in the lives of several residents.
Bad Hair
Bad Hair
In this horror satire set in 1989, an ambitious young woman gets a weave in order to succeed in the image-obsessed world of music television. However, her flourishing career may come at a great cost when she realises that her new hair may have a mind of its own.
The Killing Of Two Lovers
The Killing Of Two Lovers
David desperately tries to keep his family of six together during a separation from his wife. They both agree to see other people but David struggles to grapple with his wife’s new relationship.
Falling
Falling
A man invites his conservative father to live with him and his husband in Los Angeles, but his progressing dementia becomes problematic for them both.
Black Bear
Black Bear
At a remote lake house, a filmmaker plays a calculated game of desire and jealousy in the pursuit of a work of art that blurs the boundaries between autobiography and invention.
Dinner In America
Dinner In America
An on-the-lam punk rocker and a young woman he meets by chance embark on an offbeat romance.
Collective
Collective
Documentary considering the aftermath of a nightclub fire that exposed deep corruption in the Romanian healthcare system.
This Is Not A Burial, It's A Resurrection
This Is Not A Burial, It's A Resurrection
When her village is threatened with forced resettlement due to reservoir construction, an 80-year-old widow finds a new will to live and ignites the spirit of resilience within her community.
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Sundance Film Festival Features

Painting a dual perspective
Director Benjamin Ree chats about documentary The Painter And The Thief
Sniffing out secrets
Directors Michael Dweck and Gregory Kershaw chat about their documentary The Truffle Hunters
Teen odyssey
We talk to Never Rarely Sometimes Always director Eliza Hittman and star Sidney Flanigan about their quietly devastating drama
Engaged with nature
Benh Zeitlin on nature, casting, a donkey tale and the wild mothers in Wendy
Wake up call for dreamer Noémie
Awards attention hots up for Portrait actress on fire
On the bumpy road to bromance
From Sundance short to prize-winning feature
Sundance 2020 preview
Films we're looking out for in the coming days

Sundance Film Festival News

Sundance announces line-up
Streamlined festival to feature Wright, Wheatley and Hall
Minari, Boys State take Grand Jury Prizes at Sundance
Tabitha Jackson named as new festival head
Sundance looks to future
Festival skips press conference as chiefs talk of evolution and revolution
Sundance announces juries
Hawke, Rossellini, Rees and Araki all feature
Sundance announces feature film slate
Jolie, Wishaw, Riseborough and Affleck among star names
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Character arc Seth A Smith on filming with a two-year-old and bringing marbling to life in The Crescent

Keeping up appearances Marcello Martinessi on cultural conservatism and filmmaking honesty in The Heiresses

A different space Kelly Macdonald on working with Marc Turtletaub on Puzzle

Out of the past Susanna Nicchiarelli on Trine Dyrholm and the costume design in Nico, 1988

The iconic man Jonathan Baker on Becoming Iconic and Inconceivable

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