Running 25-27 April 2014, the third Sundance London is set to feature top independent film straight from the legendary Sundance Film Festival alongside live music, panel discussions and special events.
“We look with great excitement to hosting the third Sundance London in April as an opportunity to once again engage with passionate and adventurous UK audiences and to introduce them to the new work of independent filmmakers.”
Director, Sundance Film Festival
Director of Programming, Sundance Film Festival
Sundance London presents a cross-section of films fresh from Sundance Film Festival – a mix of documentary and narrative features, made by first-time and established directors, and short films from around the globe.
The 2013 Sundance London feature film programme included Michael Winterbottom’s The Look of Love starring Steve Coogan and Anna Friel, 2013 Sundance Film Festival Grand Jury Documentary Prize winner Blood Brother and Lake Bell’s hilarious directional feature debut and 2013 Sundance Film Festival Waldo Salt Screenwriting Award In a World… as well as critically acclaimed Muscle Shoals with Mick Jagger, Keith Richards, Gregg Allman, Aretha Franklin and others bearing witness to the greatest untold American music story.
SHORTS: Only the best short films make the Sundance-cut; a shorts roller coaster of drama and comedy, fiction.
FILMMAKER Q&AS after every screening.
Exploring the intersection of film and music in an intoxicating blend of sight and sound, audiences at Sundance London have enjoyed performances by Peaches, Martha and Rufus Wainright, Placebo, Tricky, Greg Allman with John Paul White of The Civil Wars, Glen Hansard, Guillemots and British Sea Power, who performed the original score of From the Sea to The Land Beyond alongside a screening of the film.
As well as great films and gigs, Sundance London presents lively panel discussions covering the hottest topics in film and filmmaking with participating luminaries from across the pond.
The perfect place to relax between films, meet other Festival goers, talk film and mingle with music artists, filmmakers and panel guests.
The 2014 Festival Hub programme will once again feature a series of Hub Talks – conversations around film and filmmaking as well as a nightly line up of hotly tipped emerging musicians.
Admission to the Hub is open to all Sundance London ticket holders subject to capacity; guests must be 18 years and over.
See you at Sundance London!
Sundance London is presented by Robert Redford, Sundance Institute, and AEG Europe. Thirty percent of the profits from the event support Sundance Institute, a non-profit organization dedicated to the discovery and development of independent artists and audiences.
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