Due to high demand, extra screenings of some of the festival’s previously sold out films have been added.
Tickets have been released for Sophie Hyde’s whip-smart Animals on Sunday 2 June, 4.35pm. Holliday Grainger and Alia Shawkat are perfectly paired in Hyde’s loving study of female friendship at a crossroads. Emma Thompson is on sparkling form in our Opening Night presentation, Late Night is a sophisticated comedy scripted by the Emmy award-winning Mindy Kaling. There’s few tickets remaining so grab them quick!
Jennifer Kent follows her spine-tingling debut The Babadook (2014) with another intelligent and nightmarish horror – The Nightingale is sure to be the most talked about film of the festival.
Comedy fans rejoice! Extra screenings of Corporate Animals (scripted by British comedy luminary Sam Bain and starring Demi Moore) have been added. Plus, there’s more opportunities to see The Death Of Dick Long which is directed by Daniel Scheinert (one of the geniuses who brought us 2016’s extraordinary Swiss Army Man).
Sundance London once again showcases the best documentaries. Ask Dr Ruth comes with the promise of the best sex you’ve ever had if you listen to her, while Hail Satan? is our hugely entertaining closing night film and thought-provoking take on religious freedom.
Sundance Film Festival: London returns to Picturehouse Central, 30 May to 2 June. Discover the full programme.