Sundance Film Festival London full programme released

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The Sundance Film Festival London full programme has been revealed.

Sundance Film Festival London is back this summer with eighteen films, two panels and a short film programme to continue welcoming audiences back in to cinemas.

The festival will be opening with The Sparks Brothers, Edgar Wright’s upcoming documentary and closing with Sundance 2020 hit Zola.

Other films you can expect to see are Mass, Jason Isaacs latest drama centered around parents in the aftermath of a high school shooting in America, as well as recently delayed Censor – an intoxicating horror set against the backdrop of the Video Nasties eta.

For documentary fans, the festival will present Writing With Fire which won two awards at the 2021 Sundance Film Festival as well as In The Same Breath from Nanfu Wang, winner of the 2019 Sundance Grand Jury Prize for her documentary One Child Nation.

The mini film festival will be running from the 29th July to the 1st August at London’s Picturehouse Central, though some films such as Zola will be available to watch in other cinemas.

Ticket Information:

  • Priority ticket booking opens on Friday 4 June at 9.00am for Picturehouse Members and Sundance Ticket Passholders.
  • General ticket booking opens on Monday 7 June at 9.00am.
  • Sundance Ticket Passes are now on sale which gives you the best rates on tickets and priority booking access.

The full film programme:

  • The Sparks Brothers
  • The Most Beautiful Boy In The World
  • In The Same Breath
  • Cryptozoo
  • Daughters Of The Dust
  • Coda
  • Censor
  • First Date
  • The Blazing World
  • The Nest
  • Together Together
  • Misha And The Wolves
  • Mass
  • Death In Venice
  • Human Factors
  • Let’s Scare Jessica To Death
  • Writing With Fire
  • Zola 

Sundance Film Festival: London returns to Picturehouse Central, 29 July to 1 August. Browse the full programme and find out more about Festival Ticket Passes at 


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