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The 2022 Sundance Film Festival runs from Jan. 20 - 30, in Park City, Utah

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U.S. Dramatic Grand Jury Prize Award: Clemency, directed by Chinonye Chukwu


U.S. Dramatic Audience Award: Brittany Runs a Marathon, directed by Paul Downs Colaizzo

U.S. Dramatic Directing Award: The Last Black Man in San Francisco, directed by Joe Talbot


U.S. Dramatic Waldo Salt Screenwriting Award: Share, screenplay by Pippa Bianco


U.S. Dramatic Special Jury Award for Vision and Craft: Honeyboy, directed by Alma Har'el


U.S. Dramatic Special Jury Award for Creative Colloboration: The Last Black Man in San Francisco,directed by Joe Talbot


U.S. Dramatic Special Jury Award for Achievementin Acting: Rhianne Barreto, Share




U.S. Documentary Grand Jury Prize Award: One Child Nation, directed by Nanfu Wang and Jialing Zhang

U.S. Documentary Audience Award: Knock Down the House, directed by Rachel Lears

U.S. Documentary Directing Award: American Factory, directed by Steven Bognar and Julia Reichert


U.S. Documentary Special Jury Award for Moral Urgency: Always in Season, directed by Jacqueline Olive


U.S. Documentary Special Jury Award for an Emerging Filmmaker: Jawline, directed by Liza Mandelup


U.S. Documentary Special Jury Award for Editing: Apollo 11, edited by Todd Douglas Miller


U.S. Documentary Special Jury Award for Cinematography: Midnight Family, cinematographer Luke Lorentzen




World Cinema Dramatic Grand Jury Prize: The Souvenir, directed by Joanna Hogg

World Cinema Dramatic Audience Award: Queen of Hearts, directed by May El-Toukhy

World Cinema Dramatic Directing Award: The Sharks, directed by Lucia Garibaldi

World Cinema Dramatic Special Jury Award: Monos, directed by Alejandro Landes

World Cinema Dramatic Special Jury Award for Originality: We Are Little Zombies, directed by Makoto Nagahisa

World Cinema Dramatic Special Jury Award for Acting: Krystyna Janda, Dolce Fine Giornata



World Cinema Documentary Grand Jury Prize: Honeyland, directed by Tamara Kotevska and Ljubomir Stefanov

World Cinema Documentary Audience Award: Sea of Shadows, directed by Richard Ladkani

World Cinema Documentary Directing Award: Cold Case Hammarskjold, directed by Mads Brugger

World Cinema Documentary Special Jury Award for No Borders: Midnight Traveler, directed by Hassan Fazzili

World Cinema Documentary Special Jury Award for Impact for Change: Honeyland, directed by Tamara Kotevska and Ljubomir Stefanov

World Cinema Documentary Special Jury Award for Cinematography: Honeyland, cinematographers Fejmi Daut and Samir Ljuma



Audience Award: The Infiltrators, directed by Alex Rivera and Christina Ibarra

Innovator Award: The Infiltrators, directed by Alex Rivera and Christina Ibarra



Grand Jury Prize: Aziza, directed by Soudade Kaadan

U.S. Fiction: Green, directed by Suzanne Andrews Correa

International Fiction: Dunya's Day, directed by Raed Alsemari

Non-fiction: Ghosts of Sugar Land, directed by Bassam Tariq

Animation: Reneepoptosis: directed by Renee Zhan

Special Jury Prize for Directing: Fast Horse, directed by Alexandra Lazarowich

Special Jury Prize for Directing: The Minors, directed by Robert Machoian

Alfred P. Sloan Feature Film Prize: The Boy Who Harnessed the Wind

Sundance Institute / NHK Award: Planet Korsakov (Japan), Taro Aoshima

Sundance Institute | Amazon Studios Producers Awards for Feature Film: Carly Hugo and Matt Parker

Sundance Institute | Amazon Studios Producers Awards for Documentary Film: Lori Cheatle


VIDEO: Watch The Sundance Closing Ceremony with Awards

Streaming best moments of a fun evening, with awards revealed. ...


"Big Time Adolescence" - Review From Sundance

First time director Jason Orley, alongside budding star Pete Davidson, unleash an emotionally draining yet cheerfully humorous coming of age story with Big Time Adolescence. The film leaves you both regretting the terrible decisions of your youth while longing for those days at the same time. It ultimately asks the question if bad decisions as an adolescent are a healthy, normal part of life, or pitfalls we ought to avoid. Big Time Adolescence is the type of movie that just may blow up as a ...


"The Last Black Man in San Francisco" - Review from Sundance

Not many movies can move at a sedated pace without putting the majority of the audience to sleep. Joe Talbot’s The Last Black Man on Earth is the rare exception. The film flows like the still waters of the San Francisco Bay, by telling a melancholic story of gentrification and the pain that losing a childhood home brings. It is a beautiful depiction of poverty and class struggle that teaches those who have not personally experienced gentrification, what it feels like to be backed into a ...


"The Farewell" - Review from Sundance

As a Chinese-American filmmaker myself, there is a special place in my heart for Chinese-American film. The consistently negative depictions of Asians in American film-culture instilled a sense of shame in me that translated to hiding the fact that I was Asian from many people up until early adulthood. Being mixed, that was generally not too difficult and it was an easier way to navigate life. The only way to truly fix this problem is by people like Lulu Wang succeeding. She absolutely does so...


"Little Monsters" - Review

In a festival full of artistically layered and creatively structured films, Abe Forsythe’s Little Monsters stands out by telling a classic three-act narrative with predictable beats that lead to an ending we’ve all seen before. Usually, that would not be a compliment in my book, however, this film executes it’s ‘save the cat’ style story to perfection. It gives the audience everything they want in a film. It is chock-full of humor that has the crowd boisterous thr...


Alfred P. Sloan Foundation Presents Prize to The Boy Who Harnessed the Wind

  Alfred P. Sloan Foundation Presents Feature Film Prize to The Boy Who Harnessed the Wind, Announces New Grants to Artists at 2019 Sundance Film Festival Winners of Commissioning Grant, Episodic Storytelling Grant and Lab Fellowship Revealed   Director-Screenwriter-Actor Chiwetel Ejiofor Honored    At a reception at the 2019 Sundance Film Festival today, the benef...


VIDEO: Power of Story: Pushing Boundaries Panel

In contemplating the complexities of the world, we have always looked to artists and storytellers to challenge our thinking and shake us from complacency. That’s particularly true of fiercely independent artists who maintain the freedom to shatter prevailing orthodoxies, reframe moral perspectives, and push the boundaries of accepted norms. They don’t lead us to safety but away from it, out of our comfort zones. We’re joined by a group of exceptional, provocative filmmakers a...


VIDEO: a look back at day eight of the 2019 Sundance Film Festival

Penny , director of Hail Satan, sets out to subvert American history with intelligence and wit. Here, she asks us to question why certain religions are deemed “normal,” even though, notes one Temple member, Catholic mass is all about the symbolic drinking of blood. ...


VIDEO: a look back at day seven of the 2019 Sundance Film Festival

Look back at day seven of the 2019 Sundance Film Festival. The Documentary "David Crosby: Remember My Name" premiered at  Sundance Fest ...


VIDEO: Shorts Awards Show in Park City - Sundance 2019 Winners having a blast and a party

    Winners of the 2019 Sundance Film Festival jury prizes in short filmmaking were announced today by Sundance Institute at a ceremony in Park City, Utah. The Short Film Grand Jury Prize, awarded to one film in the program of 73 shorts selected from 9,443 submissions, went to Aziza, directed by Soudade Kaadan and co-written by Kaadan and May Hayek. Full video of the ceremony is at The Short Film program is presented by YouTube, as part of their...


VIDEO: a look back at day six of the 2019 Sundance Film Festival


VIDEO: a look back at day five of the 2019 Sundance Film Festival

Look back at day five of the 2019 Sundance Film Festival. ...


"Marshall from Detroit" - A Review of the VR experience at Sundance

Eminem is one of the greatest rappers to ever exist. Sway Calloway is the best hip-hop journalist and radio personality in the world. The two come together to have a patient conversation about some of Eminem's roots in Detroit, utilizing a medium that usually gets attributed to a modern aesthetic. However, with Eminem and Sway Calloway being such rich fixtures of hip-hop history, the aesthetic is grainy and has a vintage feel to it.    The 20 minute short is a VR experience that...

VIDEO: a look back at day four of the 2019 Sundance Film Festival

Watch yesterday's recap video including highlights with the cast of Extremely Wicked, Shockingly Evil and Vile; Paradise Hills; and Luce.     ...


VIDEO: a look back at day three of the 2019 Sundance Film Festival

  Some of our favorite moments from day three on the mountain included a conversation with KiKi Layne and Ashton Sanders, plus catching up with the cast of The Report at the world premiere. ​     ...


"Velvet Buzzsaw" - strong satire on the world of fine art, a netflix premiere in Sundance

  “Critique is so limiting and emotionally draining.” - Morf Vandewalt   Uninspired, a total lack of originality, derivative, void of spiritual awareness. These are only a few of the harsh critiques that Gyllenhaal fires off as he moves briskly from scene to scene, emoting in such a way that we have not seen from the Nightcrawler actor.   Dan Gilroy and Jake Gyllenhaal reunite for a brutally comedic satire on the world of fine art. They cover art’s destruc...


Co-Directors Ainsley Gardiner and Briar Grace-Smith are the 2019 recipients of the Sundance Institute Merata Mita Fellowship

Co-Directors Ainsley Gardiner and Briar Grace-Smith are the 2019 recipients of the Sundance Institute Merata Mita Fellowship, an annual fellowship named in honor of the late Māori filmmaker Merata Mita (1942-2010). The announcement was delivered today at the 2019 Sundance Film Festival.   Sundance Institute selected the two filmmakers from a global call for applicants. They will be awarded cash grants and a yearlong continuum of support with activities, including a trip to the Su...


"Koko-Di-Koko-Da" - Review

Well, they can’t all be good. Koko-Di-Koko-Da is a film that was so intriguing on paper that it was one of the first films I actively secured a ticket for. It’s a Swedish horror flick that tracks the brutal process of grief and the damage it does to a relationship. At best, the films absurdities serve as a metaphor for this sentiment. At worst, the absurdities merely serve as aesthetic pageantry to keep the viewer awake. Essentially, it is a cheaply made horror film with a groundh...


"The Report" - Review from Sundance

The Report, directed by Scott Z. Burns, has everything that Hollywood loves; A-list male leads in Adam Driver and Jon Hamm, it's based on a true story, it's political, it’s relevant and it’s made by a proven director. Similar films like Argo and Spotlight have enjoyed massive success in both the box office and critically, and I don't see The Report being any different. The film follows Daniel Jones, played by Adam Driver, as he spends half a decade building a report o...


The Park Ave Trail

Park Avenue is the spine of Sundance. Essentially you can take park avenue from one end to the other and travel between the two most important segments of the festival. On the north side of Park Ave, you can easily find the festival headquarters which happens to be right across the street from Eccles which houses many of the major premiers. From there, you can head South down Park ave which takes you past New frontier exhibits, The Ray, Prospector Square and many more venues as well as Fresh M...


Merch in Park City!

Welp, I didn't get into any screenings this morning so I spent my time exploring the festival grounds. One of my stops was at the Festival Store where they have an assortment of fun souvenirs to bring home. This year's theme is 'Risk.' So all merch is centered around that theme. It's certainly a powerful theme for the thousands of filmmakers that risk their lively hood to get their independent films onto the silver screen.  Prices are not bad either. Posters, t-shirts...


"Ms. Purple" - Review from Sundance

Unique, relatable, tragic yet hopeful. Truly, this was a simple film that was well crafted, blending powerful storytelling with gorgeous cinematography, as it paints LA's Koreatown in such a way that has not really been done before. The story is about a beautiful, once promising, young Korean girl struggling in Los Angeles, supporting her terminally ill father by means of a salacious profession. The call to action occurs as her father's caretaker quits, forcing her to reach out to...

"After the Wedding" - Review from Sundance

This film is everything you should expect by now from a film starring Julianne Moore and Michelle Williams. Every scene with them both in it has an energy not many could match. The emotional restraint in Williams' performance forces the audience to quiver while Moore's erratic and abusive behavior steers a ship that is stuck in a storm. Abby Quinn delivers a show-stopping performance as a daughter caught between her parents lies. She may be the most slept-on aspect of the show. No...

Study Shows Promising Directorial Pipeline for Women and People of Color

  Sundance Institute/USC Annenberg Inclusion Initiative study shows women are represented at Sundance in significantly greater numbers than ten years ago, but are still far below 50%.   Sundance Institute and the USC Annenberg Inclusion Initiative (AI2) today released demographic data on submissions and acceptances to the annual Sundance...

Hollywood Casting and Film (HCF) launches the Filmmaker Final Four contest

Hollywood Casting and Film (HCF) launches the Filmmaker Final Four, a national contest designed to provide exposure for emerging filmmakers and actors, in an effort to advance their careers.  The format of the film contest is similar to the NCAA basketball tournament, where teams across the nation will be placed in brackets.  Audiences and jurors will vote on films from each region, with the Finalists eventually advancing to a Final Four event in Hollywood where prizewinners will be ...


Doval Bacall announces in Park City his jury for the 1st Your Script Produced and $250,000.00 prize

GRAND PRIZE: Winning script produced for $250,000.00 USD Regular Deadline: February 15, 2019 Bruno Chatelin joins prestigious roaster of professional judges announced in Park City for the new "Your Script Produced Worldwide Screenwriting Competition"   Introducing the first annual 2018 inaugural for “Your Script Produced!” Worldwide Screenwriting Competition sponsored by Doval Bacall Films. The sponsor will fully fund, develop, package an...


VIDEO: Cinema Cafe with Jackie Chan

Cinema Cafe with Jackie Chan moderated by Kyle Buchanan. Strange things are afoot at Cinema Café. Every day in the Filmmaker Lodge, Cinema Café invigorates the culture of conversation. Our daily series of informal chats rounds up special guests for thought-provoking discussions, complete with coffee and treats. We are proud to present several Cinema Café discussions, streaming engaging discussions with Festival filmmakers and journalists.   ...


VIDEO: Opening introduction of Sundance 2019 Robert Redford, his 34th introduction speech!

The 2019 Sundance Film Festival kicks off with Robert Redford, Executive Director Keri Putnam, Festival Director John Cooper, Director of Programming Kim Yutani, and select programmers sharing what this year has in store. Be a part of the community, a part of the conversation and watch the VIDEO.       ...


Collective of film festival programmers comprising people of colour, women and TSLGBTQ launches in Sundance

‘PROGRAMMERS OF COLOUR COLLECTIVE’ LAUNCHES AT SUNDANCE 2019   POC2 members at Sundance Film Festival (picture courtesy of Abraham Ferrer) Members from a new collective of film festival programmers comprising people of colour, women and TSLGBTQ+ made their first public appearance together last night at the Sundance Film Festival in Utah. Having already confirmed 85 members, POC2 (Programmers of Colour Collective) aims to stimulate conversation around the underrepresentatio...


IFP boasts 14 Program Alumni in Park City!

  Advocate is an alumnus of Spotlight on Documentaries at IFP Week 2017 & is Fiscally Sponsored by IFP Israeli huma...


Cucalorus Board Member Jackie Olive Premieres at Sundance!

Always in Season Premieres this Saturday at Sundance! Works-in-Progress graduate, alumni of the Residency Artist Program, Filmed in NC Grant Recipient, and current Cucalorus Board Member premieres her film Always in Season at Sundance this Saturday! Congratulations, Jackie!! Get details about the Premiere >> ...


EFP Grants Film Sales Support for six European Films at the Sundance Film Festival 2019

Stieg Larsson - The Man Who Played with Fire - world sales: The Match Factory For this year's Sundance Film Festival, EFP (European Film Promotion) grants Film Sales Support (FSS) for the promotion and marketing of six European films. Three feature films in the World Cinema Dramatic Competition and two European works in the World Cinema Documentary Competition and one Documentary Premiere are receiving an additional marketing boost to push sales at N...


Ring in the New Year with a Look Back at Sundance Institute's Figures

The roles of artists are sweeping and diverse, from adventurous creators to catalysts for change. As we welcome the new year and approach the 2019 Sundance Film Festival, we reflect on the breadth and impact of Sundance Institute–supported artists. Thank you for being part of our community and helping us champion independent artists.   VIEW THE 2018 ANNUAL REPORT   ...


25 Sundance filmmakers turn to Panavision for production and post services

   Over 25 Buzzworthy Titles in 2019 Sundance Lineup Entrusted Panavision and Light Iron for Camera, Lens and Finishing Expertise As entertainment industry luminaries prepare to swarm Park City for the Sundance Film Festival, Panavision and Light Iron (Panavision’s post production subsidiary) are proud to announce their collaborations with filmmakers on more than 25 projects screening or competing at the 2019 event (Jan. 24 – Feb. 3). The independent filmmakers behind the...


VIDEO: "Native Son" - Review

What a jaw-dropping way to begin the festival. The tension in the room could be felt from the jump and persisted to an abysmal halt. Every little choice was made to be unexpected. First time director, Rashid Johnson, absolutely "fucked shit up (as artists are supposed to)" as he said in his closing remarks during the Q&A session. This film took a classic novel and perverted some of it's most crucial scenes in such a way that left the audience pondering the arbitrary ster...


"After The Wedding" Press Line in Sundance

A lot of buzz and excitement around Bart Freundlich's "After The Wedding" starring Julianne Moore and Michelle Williams. Here are some quick look photos of the red carpet. Videos and film review coming soon! A manager of an orphanage in Kolkata travels to New York to meet a benefactor. Director:  Bart Freundlich Writers: Susanne Bier (original screenplay), Bart Freundlich Stars:  Michelle Williams, Julianne...


Robert Redford has officially launched Sundance 2019! Day 1 in Park City

“I think we’re at a point now where I can move on. I don’t think the Festival needs an introduction now.” - Robert Redford !!! Sundance has officially begun! My name is Cameron Lui, I will be's Sundance Correspondent this year. This year is packed with exciting films and projects. To start, we have Julianne Moore and Michelle Williams headlining After The Wedding, followed by Apollo 11, Native Son and Give Me Liberty.  ...


Offscreen at the 2019 Sundance Film Festival: Panels and Events

Onstage: Jackie Chan, Lena Waithe, Jane Campion, Chiwetel Ejiofor, Boots Riley, Hannah Pearl Utt, Desiree Akhavan, Tommy Orange, Among Many Others Sundance Institute will convene dozens of offscreen events, including inclusive and intersectional conversations on the next wave of storytelling, radical data transparency, the future of democracy at its intersection with the arts, behind-the-scenes panels on the art of filmmaking and musical per...


Sundance Film Festival: Juries, Awards Night Host Announced

20 Jurors to Award 12 Prizes, Including Return of the NEXT Innovator Award    Sundance Institute will gather 20 celebrated and revered expert voices across film, art, culture and science to award feature-length and short films shown at the 2019 Sundance Film Festival with 12 prizes, announced at a ceremony February 2 that will be live...


2019 Sundance Film Festival Announces Talent Forum Program

Alexandria Bombach, Ryan Coogler, Alma Ha’rel & Others Lead Highly Curated Experience for Sundance Institute-Supported Artists & Industry     Sundance Institute announced today program information for the first-ever Talent Forum, a new event for creators and industry at the Festival, bringing together a slate of artists and projects across all stages of development. This new event marks an expansion of th...


WELLHAUS presented by Charlotte's Web - First CBD House in Park City during Sundance Film Festival

  WELLHAUS Presented by Charlotte’s Web   THE FIRST HEALTH, WELLNESS & CBD CONCEPT TO DEBUT IN PARK CITY, UT. DURING THE 2019 FILM FESTIVAL   JANUARY 25 - 27, 2019 WELLHAUS is pleased to announce its partnership with Charlotte’s Web, the ma...


VIDEO Meet the Class of SUNDANCE 2019

From grueling days on set to momentous breakthroughs, dive into these quick-hitting, exclusive introductions to the Sundance Film Festival class of 2019. Get a glimpse at never-before-seen film clips and hear intimate stories from the production trenches. For many, this is the first time they've been able to share their story and recount the journey of their project—everything from the profound to the peculiar to the downright shocking. Join us in discovering these new voices in...


The 2019 Sundance Film Festival Visual Identity

Greatness is rarely birthed in places of comfort. As the saying goes, “No risk, no reward.” Whereas comfort is often born, bred, and laid to rest in one place, risk is an expedition into infinity. It is, as Sundance Institute President and Founder Robert Redford has said, “the catalyst that propels you forward,” and the beacon that guides artists back to their core. In many ways, risk is the unlikely hero that unites artist and audience. Risk binds us. For an artist to ...

Exclusive First look photos of LATE NIGHT: Starring Emma Thompson & Mindy Kaling / World Premiere at Sundance 2019

LATE NIGHT (Photo Credit: Emily Aragones) Starring: Emma Thompson, Mindy Kaling, John Lithgow, Paul Walter Hauser, Reid Scott, Amy Ryan Directed by: Nisha Ganatra Written By: Mindy Kaling Produced by: Mindy Kaling p.g.a., Howard Klein p.g.a., Jillian Apfelbaum p.g.a., Ben Browning p.g.a.   Legendary late-night talk show host’s world is turned upside down when she hires her only female staff writer.  Originally intended to smooth over diversity concerns, her deci...

Explore the Sundance Guide and make a wish for the new year

  Make Your Must-See List From Day One opening films to second-half premieres and out-of-this-world New Frontier exhibitions, the program guide is now live. Discover more about the new independent stories making their debut and plan your Festival itinerary.   Explore The Guide     ...

Latest Additions to 2019 Sundance Film Festival Announced

The Boy Who Harnessed the Wind Named 2019 Alfred P. Sloan Feature Film Prize Winner, Salt Lake City Opening Night Film   Sundance Institute adds five feature films and a Special Event to the 2019 Sundance Film Festival’s robust slate of independent work today, alongside announcing the winner of the 2019 Alfred P. Sloan Feature Film Prize, seven Day One films and the Closing N...

33 Projects from 10 Countries, across two venues for New Frontier in Sundance

  2019 SUNDANCE FILM FESTIVAL: NEW FRONTIER LINEUP ANNOUNCED       Top, L-R(antiquated) Augmented RealityGhost Fleet VR, photo by Lucas Gath Esperpento, photo courtesy of Sundance Institute. Bottom, L-R: Belle of the Ball, photo courtesy of Sundance Institute;; 4 Feet: Blind Date, photo by Ana Volenweider; A Jester’s Tale, photo courtesy of Sundance Institute. Sundance Institute spotlights work at the dynamic cro...

12 Episodic Works, 73 Short Films, 4 Special Events Join Sundance Festival Slate


2019 SUNDANCE FILM FESTIVAL: 112 features announced

RECORD-BREAKING 14,259 SUBMISSIONS FROM 152 COUNTRIES     Top, L-R: Pahokee, photo by Patrick Bresnan; Anthropocene: The Human Epoch, photo courtesy of Sundance Institute; WE ARE LITTLE ZOMBIES, photo courtesy of Sundance Institute. Bottom, L-R: Honeyland, photo by Samir Ljuma; Birds of Passage, photo by Mateo Contreras; Velvet Buzzsaw, photo by Claudette Barius. ...


Sundance Institute Announces Inaugural Class of Momentum Fellows

  Reimagined Program Expands Former Women at Sundance Fellowship to Include Artists from Underrepresented Communities; Alexandria Bombach (On Her Shoulders) and Yance Ford (Strong Island) Among Artists Supported    Sundance Institute announced today the eight members of the inaugural class of the Momentum Fellowship, a full-year program of deep, customized creative and...

2019 Sundance Film Festival announced 14 259, Record High Submissions

2019 Sundance Film Festival: Amid Record High Submissions, Announcing New Hires, Talent Forum, Data-Driven Demographic Initiatives & Critic Stipends         With less than two months until Day One, Sundance Institute announced new hires on its programming team and new initiati...

Sundance Institute Names 2018 Art of Nonfiction Fellows and Grantees

From Unrestricted Grants to Custom-Tailored Support, Documentary Film Program Celebrates Innovative Approaches to Nonfiction Filmmaking     Top, L–R: Deborah Stratman, Sky Hopinka, Leilah Weinraub. Middle, L–R: LaToya Ruby Frazier, Natalia...



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