Screenings from 5.30pm
@ The O2 Arena
Individual tickets to film screenings and panel discussions £11.50
Special event tickets £20
The inaugural Sundance London is finally here! Since it’s beginnings in 1978 as the Utah/US film festival through its name change to Sundance in 1985, the festival has been integral for showcasing and supporting independent filmmaking. 14 films have been selected from the 120 screened at Sundance 2012 in January, to make their UK premieres.
Thursday opens the festival with 3 documentary screenings and 3 dramatic screenings across the Cineworld screens of The O2, beginning from 5.30pm, including:
Under African Skies, documentary 5.30pm
Nobody Walks, dramatic 5.30pm
The House I Live In, documentary 6.15pm
The Queen of Versailles, documentary 6.30pm
An Oversimplification of her Beauty, dramatic 7pm
Liberal Arts, dramatic 8.30pm
Under African Skies trailer
Following the evening films, there will be An Evening with Robert Redford and T Bone Burnett who will discuss the finely hewn craft of matching music to image. Introduced and interviewed live by British screenwriter and novelist Nick Hornby, they will share their recollections of achieving great musical moments with the many filmmakers, actors and musicians they’ve collaborated with throughout their storied careers.
The bar will be open from 4pm – 8pm
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