Sundance Film Festival 2022

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The Cathedral (Country: US; Year: 2021; Director: Ricky D'Ambrose; Writer: Ricky D'Ambrose; Stars: Monica Barbaro, Brian d'Arcy James, Cynthia Mace, Geraldine Singer, Robert Levey II, Madeline Hudelson, Melinda Tanner, Linnea Gregg, Steven Alonte, Mark Zeisler, Gorman Ruggiero, William Day, Candy Dato, Cooper Carrell, Erich Rausch)
An only child’s meditative, impressionistic account of an American family’s rise and fall over two decades.
Every Day In Kaimuki (Country: US; Year: 2022; Director: Alika Tengan; Writer: Naz Kawakami, Alika Tengan; Stars: Holden Mandrial-Santos, Naz Kawakami, Rina White)
A young man is determined to give his life meaning outside of Kaimukī, the small Hawaiian town where he grew up, even if it means leaving everything he's ever known and loved behind.
Framing Agnes (Country: Canada; Year: 2022; Director: Chase Joynt; Writer: Chase Joynt, Morgan M. Page; Stars: Angelica Ross, Jen Richards, Silas Howard, Zackary Drucker, Chase Joynt, Max Wolf Valerio, Stephen Ira Cohen)
After discovering case files from a 1950s gender clinic, a cast of transgender actors turn a talk show inside out to confront the legacy of a young trans woman forced to choose between honesty and access.
A Love Song (Country: US; Year: 2022; Director: Max Walker-Silverman; Writer: Max Walker-Silverman; Stars: Dale Dickey, Wes Studi, John Way, Michelle Wilson, Benja K. Thomas, Marty Grace Dennis, Felipe Jorge)
Two childhood sweethearts, now both widowed, share a night by a lake in the mountains. A love story for those who are alone.
Mija (Country: US; Year: 2022; Director: Isabel Castro)
Doris Muñoz is a young, ambitious music manager whose undocumented family depends on her ability to launch pop stars. When she loses her biggest client, Doris hustles to discover new talent and finds Jacks, another daughter of immigrants for whom "making it" isn't just a dream: it's a necessity.
Riotsville, USA (Country: US; Year: 2022; Director: Sierra Pettengill; Writer: Tobi Haslett; Stars: Charlene Modeste, Michael Pate)
Welcome to Riotsville, a fictional town built by the US military. Using footage shot by the media and government, the film explores the militarisation of the police and the reaction of a nation to the uprisings of the late '60s, creating a counter-narrative to a critical moment in American history.
Something In The Dirt (Country: US; Year: 2022; Director: Justin Benson, Aaron Moorhead)
When neighbours John and Levi witness supernatural events in their Los Angeles apartment building, they realise documenting the paranormal could inject some fame and fortune into their wasted lives. An ever-deeper, darker rabbit hole, their friendship frays as they uncover the dangers of the phenomena, the city, and each other.
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