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Honk for Jesus, Save Your Soul
Honk for Jesus, Save Your Soul
In the aftermath of a huge scandal, Trinitie Childs, the first lady of a prominent Southern Baptist megachurch, attempts to help her pastor husband, Lee-Curtis Childs, rebuild their congregation.
A young woman moves into a new apartment with her fiancé and is tormented by the feeling that she is being stalked by an unseen watcher in an adjacent building.
Girl Picture
Girl Picture
Mimmi, Emma and Rönkkö are girls at the cusp of womanhood, trying to draw their own contours. In three consecutive Fridays two of them experience the earth-moving effects of falling in love, while the third goes on a quest to find something she’s never experienced before: pleasure.
On the outskirts of Beirut, Lilas and Shery, co-founders and guitarists of the Middle East's first all-female metal band, wrestle with friendship, sexuality and destruction in their pursuit of becoming thrash metal rock stars.
Mars One
Mars One
In Brazil, a lower-middle-class Black family of four tries to keep their spirits up and their dreams going in the months that follow the election of a right-wing president, a man who represents everything they are not.
Final Cut
Final Cut
Things go badly for a small film crew shooting a low-budget zombie movie when they are attacked by real zombies.
Neptune Frost
Neptune Frost
The love story between an African intersex runaway and a coltan miner, and the virtual marvel born as a result of their union.
Following the preventable deaths of their partners due to childbirth complications, two bereaved fathers galvanise activists, birth-workers and physicians to reckon with one of the most pressing American crises of our time – the US maternal health crisis.
The Exiles
The Exiles
Documentarian Christine Choy tracks down three exiled dissidents from the Tiananmen Square massacre, in order to find closure on an abandoned film she began shooting in 1989.
When Brian Brown-Easley’s disability check fails to materialise from Veterans Affairs, he finds himself on the brink of homelessness and breaking his daughter’s heart. With no other options, he walks into a Wells Fargo Bank and says, "I've got a bomb".
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Sundance Film Festival Features

A different class of imposter
Alan Cumming and Jono McLeod on truth, lies and memories in My Old School
Taking the lead
Dale Dickey on stepping into the spotlight and her first onscreen romantic kiss in A Love Song
A Love Song to Colorado
Max Walker-Silverman on casting and quiet in his debut
Forging historical connections
Bianca Stigter on her documentary Three Minutes: A Lengthening
A portrait of a nation
Alon Schwarz on his documentary Tantura and taboo topics in Israeli society
Living history
Margaret Brown on her documentary Descendant
Flight and fight
Shaunak Sen on making his documentary about two brothers' bird hospital in Delhi
Five to catch at Sundance
Films to catch at this year's virtual festival

Sundance Film Festival News

Brian And Charles wins Audience award at Sundance London
Bodies Bodies Bodies is surprise film
Sundance London announces line-up
Long weekend of films to open with Good Luck To You, Leo Grande
Sundance announces awards
Nanny, Utama, The Exiles and All That Breathes take Grand Jury Prizes
Sundance adds titles
Disney and Berg docs join line-up
Sundance cancels in-person events
2022 festival programme will go virtual
Sundance announces short film titles
..Plus shorts retrospective to celebrate Institute's 40th anniversary
Sundance announces line-up
Hybrid festival to screen 82 features
Sundance names new CEO
Joana Vicente moves from TIFF
Sundance announces further details of 2022 edition
Festival plans satellite cinemas across US

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