Sundance Film Festival

The 2024 Sundance Film Festival runs January 18 through 28 and celebrates independent storytelling both in person and online at the 40th edition of the Sundance Film Festival.

The Sundance Film Festival is the ultimate gathering of original storytellers and audiences seeking new voices and fresh perspectives. The annual program includes dramatic and documentary features, short films, and episodic content. There are also daily filmmaker conversations, panel discussions, and other events. Since 1985, hundreds of films launched at the Festival have gone on to gain critical acclaim and reach new audiences worldwide.

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"Deep Rising" May Require Aquaman's Superpowers to Find a Wide Audience

Deep Rising is the result of a great deal of work and the subject is extremely important. However, it might require one of Aquaman’s superpowers, to communicate telepathically with the creatures of the sea, for the film to find a wide audience.


Local Band The National Parks is 'Here for the Buzz' During 2023 Sundance Film Fest

Local folk-pop band The National Parks played three acoustic shows during the Sundance Film Festival's opening weekend. The band, which consists of Brady Parks (guitar, lead vocals), Sydney MacFarlane (keyboards, vocals), Cam Brannelly (drums) and Megan Taylor Parks (fiddle, vocals) chatted with KRCL before taking the intimate stage at the White Claw Shore sponsor house in Park City.


Sundance + Colonized Storytelling

Favianna Rodriguez is an activist, artist and culture change strategist who is helping Hollywood give voice to the narratives of BIPOC characters and their creators.


"Theater Camp" Delivers Laughs and a Look Behind the Curtain at Sundance Premiere

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.