Sundance Film Festival: London '18 - Picturehouse Spotlight

Sundance Film Festival: London '18

Picturehouse Central, 31 May to 3 June

Tickets on sale to Members, 23 April
General ticket booking opens, 30 April

First Reformed in cinemas 13 July
Ahead of its sold-out UK premiere at Sundance Film Festival: London, First Reformed will be coming to cinemas across the UK and Ireland on 13 July courtesy of Picturehouse Entertainment.
Sundance London '18 | Full Programme

Explore the exciting line-up of films and events at Sundance Film Festival: London '18. Picturehouse Central, 31 May to 3 June.

10 May 18 | By Mia Bays
#WhatNext Festival Trailer Released

Watch the #WhatNext festival trailer for Sundance Film Festival: London '18

10 May 18 | By John-Paul Pierrot
Additions To Sundance London Programme Announced

Paul Schrader's First Reformed, selections from directors Jennifer Fox, Debra Granik and Desiree Akhavan and a comedy masterclass with Bo Burnham added to the line-up.

27 Apr 18 | By John-Paul Pierrot
How To Fest

Find out general information about the festival including key dates, how to book tickets and how you can join in with the conversation.

19 Apr 18 | By John-Paul Pierrot
#WhatNext: Women Filmmakers Leading The Way

As movements such as Time’s Up and #MeToo continue to highlight inequality in the film industry, we ask #WhatNext?

19 Apr 18 | By Corrina Antrobus
The Tale

Jennifer Fox forges a fresh and uncompromising cinematic language in this investigative thriller starring Laura Dern.

19 Apr 18 | By John-Paul Pierrot
An Evening With Beverly Luff Linn

Filmmaker Jim Hosking makes his triumphant return to the Festival, bringing his innate talent for outrageous absurdity to the romantic comedy genre.

19 Apr 18 | By John-Paul Pierrot
Eighth Grade

Bo Burnham delivers a keenly observed and achingly funny portrait of the insecurities and absurdities of being 13 in a world where one’s private experience is lived publicly online.

19 Apr 18 | By John-Paul Pierrot
Generation Wealth

Lauren Greenfield offers a meditation on her extensive body of work and underscores the ever-increasing gap between the haves and the have-nots.

19 Apr 18 | By John-Paul Pierrot
Half The Picture

Gender-parity experts and academics discuss Hollywood’s dismal employment practices in this must-see documentary.

19 Apr 18 | By John-Paul Pierrot
Leave No Trace

Debra Granik proves once again that she’s an extraordinary filmmaker and a beacon for actors.

19 Apr 18 | By John-Paul Pierrot
Hereditary

The feature-film debut of Ari Aster captivates the audience with a delicate and deliberate take on domestic turmoil.

19 Apr 18 | By John-Paul Pierrot
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