Sundance Film Festival 2024
January 18-28, 2024

Sebastian / Directed by Mikko Mäkelä

The nonprofit Sundance Institute announced the 82 films, eight episodic titles, and a New Frontier interactive experience selected for the 2024 Sundance Film Festival. The Festival will take place January 18–28, 2024, in person in Park City and Salt Lake City, with a selection of titles available online nationwide from January 25–28, 2024. This year marks the 40th edition of the Festival, bringing together audiences in Utah and beyond to celebrate Sundance’s rich history of supporting engaging new stories and groundbreaking independent artists. In-Person Ticket Packages and Passes and Online Ticket Packages and Passes are currently on sale and single film tickets go on sale January 11 at 10 a.m. MT.

To kick things off, the Festival will begin at noon MT on January 18 with premieres in Park City, showcasing the range of offerings in this year’s lineup across categories. Adding to the festivities, on the evening of January 18, the Institute will host the Opening Night Gala: Celebrating 40 Years Presented by Chase Sapphire. The fundraiser will benefit the year round artist support work of the Sundance Institute.

 

Tendaberry, 2023 / Directed by Haley Elizabeth Anderson

The Mother of All Lies, 2023 / Directed by Asmae El Moudir

The Times of Harvey Milk, 1985 / Directed by Rob Epstein

Exhibiting Forgiveness, 2023 / Directed by Titus Kaphar

Look Into My Eyes, 2023 / Directed by Lana Wilson

Films will debut in Park City starting January 18, with additional showings in Park City and Salt Lake City over the course of the Festival. Select titles also become available online beginning January 25, including all Competition titles (U.S. Dramatic, U.S. Documentary, World Cinema Dramatic, World Cinema Documentary, and NEXT), as well as additional selections from the feature, episodic, and shorts programs. Audiences can experience the curated online selection exclusively on the website. The online program, as noted below per listing, will allow fans of independent storytelling across the country to enjoy a sampling of the Festival lineup from wherever they are. The short film selections and 40th edition programming for the 2024 Sundance Film Festival was announced on December 12.

“From the first edition in 1985, Sundance Film Festival has aimed to provide a space to gather, celebrate, and engage with risk-taking artists that are committed to bringing their independent visions to audiences – the Festival remains true to that goal to this day,” said Robert Redford, Sundance Institute Founder and President. “It continues to evolve, but its legacy of showcasing bold work that starts necessary conversations continues with the 2024 program”.

 

The Outrun / Directed by Nora Fingscheidt

Go Fish, 1994 / Directed by Rose Troche

A New Kind of Wilderness, 2024 / Directed by Silje Evensmo Jacobsen

DEVO, 2024 / Directed by Chris Smith

Pariah, 2011 / Directed by Dee Rees

“The Institute takes great pride in the role the Festival plays in advancing our mission to support artists creating audacious work,” said Joana Vicente, Sundance Institute CEO. “This year is especially significant as we look back on our history of showcasing stories that surprise and delight, spark empathy and reflection, and honor our shared humanity. We’re all thrilled for this opportunity to celebrate the power of storytelling as we gather in January to introduce captivating works from acclaimed filmmakers and discover more new voices”.

“Sundance’s passion and power shines through its programming. Curation is Sundance’s secret sauce and we’re energized by the range of films, stories, and artists we’ve watched and selected from around the world,” said Eugene Hernandez, Director, Sundance Film Festival and Public Programming. “This Festival has had a vital history of first impressions: introductions to new talent, new friends, new worlds – our commitment to our artists and our audiences is fundamental to our work. Our programming team, lead by Kim Yutani, has curated 11 days of exciting new voices and stories for the many audiences we serve whether they’re joining us in Utah or experiencing the Festival offerings from afar. Sundance 2024 will be a special year for discovery and community”.

 

A Different Man, 2023 / Directed by Aaron Schimberg

Dìdi, 2023 / Directed by Sean Wang

Alfred P. Sloan Feature Film Prize – Love Me, 2024 / Directed by Sam Zuchero

Girls Will Be Girls, 2023 / Directed by Shuchi Talati

Conbody VS Everybody, 2024 / Directed by Debra Granik

“While we don’t set out to program the Festival with a defined theme in mind, it became apparent this year that our slate’s biggest strength is how it showcases the vitality of independent storytelling,” said Kim Yutani, Sundance Film Festival Director of Programming. “Our program is tightly curated and covers a broad cross section of form, perspective, and genre that we’re looking forward to sharing with audiences. These titles are inventive and they beautifully represent the kind of groundbreaking work we’ve sought to amplify at Sundance throughout our history.”

The full slate of works announced today includes 82 feature-length films representing 24 countries. The 2024 program is composed of 40 of 101 (40%) feature film directors who are first-time feature filmmakers, and 11 of the feature films and projects announced were supported by Sundance Institute in development through direct granting or residency labs.

 

Between the Temples, 2024 / Directed by Nathan Silver

Eternal You, 2023 / Directed by Hans Block

How to Have Sex / Directed by Molly Manning Walker

10 Lives, 2023 / Directed by Christopher Jenkins

Thelma, 2023 / Directed by Josh Margolin

Also announced was the winner of the 2024 Alfred P. Sloan Feature Film Prize, an annual award given to an artist with the most outstanding depiction of science and technology in a feature film. This year the prize has gone to Love Me, screening in the U.S. Dramatic Competition category.

The Sundance Film Festival is an artist program of the Sundance Institute, a nonprofit that has impacted thousands of artists every year plus thousands more through its public programming. Proceeds earned through Festival ticket sales go to uplifting and developing emerging artists on a year-round basis through focused labs, direct grants, fellowships, residencies, and more.

 

Sundance Film Festival 2024
January 18–28, 2024
Various Locations / Park City & Salt Lake City, USA
Visit the festival page >

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