The 2023 Sundance Film Festival will, once again, look a bit different. In person screenings are back, as well as the online screening option honed over the past two virtual festivals.
From January 19 through 29, discover and celebrate the bold, creative visions and exciting new talent that people will be talking about all year.
Get more details and set up your new Festival account at festival.sundance.org. All tickets on sale now.
The red carpet was buzzing with enthusiasm as the massive cast and crew for "Theater Camp" greeted each other in shared excitement ahead of the film's premiere in Park City on January 21. Written and produced by Nick Lieberman, Molly Gordon, Noah Galvin and Ben Platt, and co-directed by Gordon and Lieberman, the mockumentary was a whirlwind production that completed filming in upstate New York in 19 days.READ MORE
Ericka Nicole Malone ignited conversations centered on diversity and inclusion during Sundance by hosting a series of panels and a night of entertainment featuring performances by independent artists through her company, Ericka Nicole Malone Entertainment. READ MORE
Deft, layered, and complex, Going to Mars challenges viewers in the best way. Giovanni and her work remain open to interpretation, and the film is careful not to make our minds up for us about what it all means. As co-director Michele Stephenson stated elegantly after the screening, “black women’s joy is at the center.” She and co-director Joe Brewster brought ten other members of their production team onstage.READ MORE
Week 1 of the Utah Legislature saw bills seeking to halt affirmative treatment and surgery for transgender youth. RadioACTive passes the mic to Sue Robbins of Equality Utah's Transgender Advisory Council and Jeri Brummett, now former SL County GOP Parliamentarian. Plus, Sundance and Slamdance updates.READ MORE