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Sundance London ’18: Extra Tickets Released

Roll up! More tickets are available for the hottest Sundance Film Festival: London '18 films

Sundance Film Festival: London ’18 is about to swing into action at Picturehouse Central. Last minute tickets have been released for previously sold out films, so hurry to catch a hot slice of acclaimed independent cinema before someone else gets there first.

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Last minute tickets available for The Tale

More tickets are available for Jennifer Fox’s stunning drama The Tale, starring Laura Dern, which opens the festival this evening (Thursday 31 May). Dubbed a ‘landmark film’ by The Guardian, this is a rare chance to see it on the big screen in UK cinemas. (“Stunning… I’ve never seen anything like it” – Jordan Hoffman, The Guardian ★★★★★).


Extra screenings of the most popular films

Ethan Hawke is en route to London to introduce the UK Premiere of Paul Schrader’s gripping new film First Reformed. Having sold out all 3 shows at the festival, an extra screening has just gone on sale. Join us on Saturday 2 June, 5.45pm. (“Ethan Hawke is razor-sharp in this addictive thriller.” – Robbie Collin, The Telegraph ★★★★).

A favourite from Sundance Film Festival in Utah where it won the U.S. Grand Jury Prize: Dramatic, Desiree Akhavan’s refreshingly original teen movie The Miseducation Of Cameron Post was one of the first Main Features to sell out. We’re pleased to add another screening to the programme on Sunday 3 June, 2.45pm (“Chloë Grace Moretz puts in a career-best turn.”– Jordan Hoffman, The Guardian ★★★★★)


We are also delighted to welcome acting powerhouse turned director Idris Elba to Picturehouse Central for the Film London gala presentation of Yardie. Two extra shows of the must-see crime drama have been added to the line-up (Friday 1 June, 9.45pm) and Sunday 3 June, 5.15pm).

Described as “a vital, comprehensive documentary” by Hollywood Reporter, Amy Adrion’s feature debut Half The Picture tackles the dearth of women directors working in Hollywood and is a film for the moment. With the festival’s #WhatNext theme, this urgent documentary is likely to be a highlight. Extra screenings have been added to the line-up for Friday 1 June and Sunday 3 June.

Skate Kitchen is Crystal Moselle’s (The Wolfpack) story of an introverted 18-year-old skateboarder captures the experience of women in male-dominated spaces. Extra screenings added for Saturday 1 June and Sunday 3 June.


Filmmaker Jim Hosking makes his triumphant return to the Festival, bringing his innate talent for outrageous absurdity to the romantic comedy genre. Late night film fans, don’t miss An Evening With Beverly Luff Linn on Saturday 2 June.

Augustine Frizzell’s infectious debut feature Never Goin’ Back is an engaging shaggy-dog crime story for the Snapchat generation. See it at Central on on Friday 1 June or Sunday 3 June.

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