3 items from 2012
One of the highlights of my year has definitely been Sundance London, the first time Robert Redford’s film festival ever took its name outside of the Us, and brought it to our shores here in the UK.
For a weekend in April, we got the chance to see just over a dozen feature films that had debuted in January at Sundance in the Us, including the likes of Ry Russo-Young’s Nobody Walks, Josh Radnor’s Liberal Arts, and one of my personal favourite films of the year, Colin Trevorrow’s Safety Not Guaranteed.
In the intervening months, we’ve been awaiting confirmation on the festival’s fate for next year, and now Sundance have officially announced that Sundance London will not only be returning to the capital in 2013, but in 2014 as well.
The second Sundance London will be held from 25th-28th April, 2013, with passes and ticket packages »
- Kenji Lloyd
We now have confirmation that Robert Redford’s very own Sundance Film Festival will return to the UK capital of London after a successful spin-off event earlier this year. The second and third Sundance London Film & Music Festival’s are now scheduled for both 2013 and 2014, where you’ll be able to catch a number premieres of independent offerings at the 02 Arena. This press release has all the details…
Sundance London Returns To The O2 In 2013 And 2014
Second Sundance London film and music festival to be held 25-28 April, 2013
Passes and ticket packages for 2013 on sale 9 November at www.sundance-london.com
Robert Redford, Sundance Institute and Aeg Europe announced today that following the success of the first-ever Sundance London film and music festival in April 2012, the event will return to the world famous London venue, The O2, for a further two years, in 2013 and 2014. Passes and ticket packages for the 2013 event »
- Craig Hunter
The Sundance Institute and The O2 announced today the programme of 14 narrative and documentary feature films that will make their UK premieres at the inaugural Sundance London festival, taking place at The O2 from 26-29 April. These films premiered in January at the 2012 Sundance Film Festival in Park City, Utah – the premier independent film festival in the United States.
“I welcome the opportunity to see how people in the UK experience these films,” said Robert Redford, President and Founder of Sundance Institute. “While they are American productions they speak to universal experiences and global challenges.”
He went on to add, “Sundance London also is the perfect opportunity to continue our long-time commitment to growing a broader international community around new voices and new perspectives.”
John Cooper, Director of the Sundance Film Festival, said, “Sundance London grew out of our desire to help American independent filmmakers expand their reach, and we »
3 items from 2012
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