Sundance London adds films

Phyllida Lloyd masterclass also announced

by Amber Wilkinson

Pleasure Photo: Courtesy of Sundance Institute
Sundance Institute and Picturehouse have announced additions to this year's Sundance London line-up.

Ninja Thyberg’s feature debut Pleasure - which premiered at January's online festival - will screen at the event, which runs across the weekend of August 1.

A masterclass with Herself and Iron Lady director Phyllida Lloyd has also been added, while Host director Rob Savage joins the previously announced horror panel, “Scare Tactics – Making Modern Horror”.

Picturehouse Central, 22 June 2021 — Sundance Institute and Picturehouse announced today additions to the 2021 Sundance Film Festival: London programme. Alongside the feature films, two short film strands and special events previously announced, the festival will also feature the UK Premiere screening of Ninja Thyberg’s feature debut Pleasure; a masterclass with Herself director Phyllida Lloyd; while Host director Rob Savage joins the previously announced horror panel, “Scare Tactics – Making Modern Horror”.

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