London, England. — Six years ago the Sundance Film Festival expanded to London and now it’s at it again. From July 29 to Aug 1, film fest fans will be entertained by in-person viewing of more than 12 features.
Edgar Wright’s doc debut, The Sparks Brothers, about the US band, will be the opener. Already played at Park City’s Sundance Film Festival, this marks the U.K. premiere of the film which chronicles 50 years of the band’s musical journey.
Sundance Director, Tabitha Jackson said to Deadline, “We’re thrilled to return to London and expand across the UK with an exciting program of films that tell fresh, independent stories — stories which are essential as we endeavor to understand our past while we reimagine our present and future.”
Universal has teamed up with the fest to provided viewings in multiple theaters throughout the UK. Tickets, VIP, and festival packages will be available via Picturehouses.com/sundamce beginning in June. Familiar panel discussions, Q and A, and special guest appearances will be a part of the film festival festivities.
Proudly stating, “Bringing the best of the annual festival from across the pond to Picturehouse Central in London’s West End” Picturehouse provides information regarding temporary closure FAQ alongside ticketing option info. London is currently under national COVID restrictions.
As Sundance London turns six this year, the Sundance Film Festival that Parkites host turns 36 this year.