Sundance Film Festival

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.

Be sure to follow along with the KRCL Sundance Team on Instagram and Facebook

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Gavin Dahl's 2023 Sundance Picks

Gavin Dahl picks 5 documentaries he is most excited for at Sundance 2023: Bad Press, Deep Rising, Food and Country, King Coal, and Murder in Big Horn.


Experience Sundance from Your House

Have you ever wanted to see a Sundance film, but just don't/can't get out of the house? Over the past two virtual festivals Sundance has put in the work and made a pretty seamless virtual experience to be able to watch films from the comfort of your own couch, no matter where you live.


Abigail Disney's "The American Dreams and Other Fairytales" Gets Personal

"The American Dream and Other Fairytales" is a wake-up call to the 1%. Will they listen?


RadioACTive 01.24.22

Day 7, week 2 of the Utah Legislature. RadioACTive talks about reproductive health bills with Planned Parenthood's Karrie Galloway and Alyson Adams, whose recent loss of her child at 20 weeks shows what a blunt instrument Utah law can be. Sundance Film Festival news with Merata Mita Fellow Fox Maxy and Indigenous Programs Director Adam Piron. Eric P. Nelson reviews the latest Cosby documentary. Filmmakers behind short films Hallelujah, a traumedy, and The Panola Project.