Sundance London announces 2017 dates

Festival returns to Picturehouse from June 1 to 4.

by Amber Wilkinson

The Sundance Institute has announced the Sundance Film Festival: London will return to Picturehouse Central from June 1 to 4 next year. The festival will feature the international and UK premieres of films from the festival, which runs from January 19-29.

Film fans can register for festival passes for the 2017 London event from Friday, November 25 via www.picturehouses.com/sundance. A regular pass - priced at £150 or £125 with early bird discount - gives access to 10 festival films/special events plus priority booking for additional events, access to the Picturehouse Central members’ bar, and food and drink discounts. The VIP pass - priced at £500 or £450 for earl birds - gives access to every film and special event at the festival, plus all parties, a Picturehouse Central membership and a goodie bag. Individual tickets will go on sale to the public next spring, when the full programme will also be announced.

Last year the festival's international premieres included Wiener-Dog, Tallulah and Weiner.

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