Sundance Film Festival: London Unveils Full Programme With Censor, Zola, CODA And More

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by James White |
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Roughly a month ago, we learned of Sundance London's plans to welcome audiences back into cinemas with films including Edgar Wright's documentary The Sparks Brothers and plans to go on tour. Now we have more details of the full programme, which also includes Prano Bailey-Bond’s Censor, Sean Durkin's The Nest and the UK premiere of Janicza Bravo’s Zola.

Running between 29 July and 1 August at Picturehouse Central in London, the festival will celebrate both British talent and international filmmakers, with screenings, short films, discussions and presentations around different cinematic subjects.

Bringing in films that found success at this year's main Sundance Fest, the event will also screen the likes of Sian Heder's CODA, Nikole Beckwith's Together Together and Fran Kranz's Mass, which stars Jason Isaacs and Ann Dowd. And not forgetting this year's surprise film, to be announced at a later date.

For those who wondered when the UK Sundance might be putting films on tour, this is your year, as The Nest, Writing With Fire and Zola will screen at upwards of 30 cinemas.

Sundance Film Festival Ticket Passes are on sale now, with priority booking for Picturehouse Members and Sundance Film Festival Ticket Passholders from 9:00am, Friday 4 June. You can become a Picturehouse Member now at its official site. General ticket sales will open at 9:00am on Monday 7 June. Tickets can be purchased today with a Sundance Film Festival ticket pass, which you can buy here. You can also find more details at the Sundance London site.

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