Aficionados of indie films, fans of Robert Redford, and people who just generally enjoy hanging out by the Thames roll up! The programme for this year's Sundance London programme has been announced and it's literally full of things for all three groups of people.
Ryan Coogler's drama Fruitvale Station, featuring an awardsy turn from Michael B. Jordan, will make an appearance alongside heralded American thriller Blue Ruin, Alex Gibney's Afrobeat doc Finding Fela, Marjane 'Persepolis' Satrapi's The Voices and Frank Sidebottom flick, Frank. While you're trying to figure out how Alex Gibney manages to make so many movies, consider also the presence of gastronauts Steve Coogan and Rob Brydon in The Trip follow-up, The Trip To Italy.
Coogler, Satrapi, David Cross and Rose McGowan will all be in attendance during the festival which runs from April 25-27. Jarvis Cocker and Edwyn Collins will be appearing for those of a musical bent.
Head over to the official website for all the details.
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