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Sundance London: ‘American Animals’ Review: Dir. Bart Layton (2018)

American Animals review: Bart Layton's latest gets a UK debut as the surprise film at the 2018 Sundance London film festival. American Animals review by...

Sundance London: ‘Eighth Grade’ Review: Dir. Bo Burnham (2018)

Eighth Grade review: A light-hearted, intimate look at the final days of a young teenager at a U.S. middle school. Eighth Grade review by Paul...

Sundance London: ‘Hereditary’ Review: Dir. Ali Aster (2018)

Hereditary review: Ari Aster's film is every bit as scary and unsettling as you've heard - and then some. Proceed with extreme caution. Hereditary review...

Sundance London: ‘Generation Wealth’ Review: Dir. Lauren Greenfield (2018)

Generation Wealth review: Lauren Greenfield follows up The Queen Of Versailles with this engrossing companion piece, playing at the 2018 Sundance London film festival. Generation...

Sundance London: ‘Never Goin’ Back’ Review: Dir. Augustine Frizzell (2018)

Never Goin' Back review: Maia Mitchell and Camila Morrone lead the cast of this enjoyable stoner comedy from debut feature director Augustine Frizzell. Never Goin' Back...

Sundance London: ‘The Tale’ Review: Dir. Jennifer Fox (2018)

The Tale review: Documentary filmmaker Jennifer Fox makes an impressive, emotionally-charged, deeply personal debut dramatic feature with this impressive opener to the 2018 Sundance...

Sundance Film Festival London Dates Announced For 2018

Sundance Institute and Picturehouse Cinemas have announced that the Sundance Film Festival: London will return to Picturehouse Central from 31 May-3 June 2018. The Festival will feature the...

Sundance London: Wilson review: Dir. Craig Johnson (2017)

Wilson review: Woody Harrelson appears as a neurotic loner in modern-day Minnesota in this adaptation of the Daniel Cloves graphic novel. Wilson review at the...

Sundance London 2017 opening film revealed

The film set to open this year's Sundance London Festival has been revealed. That film will be Beatriz At Dinner from director Miguel Arteta....

Author: The JT LeRoy Story review: “A superbly constructed documentary”

Author The JT LeRoy Story review: A hugely watchable documentary on perhaps the biggest 'hoax' to have ever 'rocked' the literary world. Author: The JT...