20 Jul 21
We're excited to welcome Scala Radio as a new partner to this year's Sundance Film festival: London. Scala Radio are breaking the mould of classical music in the UK, bringing music from familiar masters such as Mozart and Beethoven, film, TV and video game scores, showtunes from musicals and instrumental re-workings of pop and rock songs.
Every Saturday Mark Kermode hosts a movie music show, playing film scores from new releases to movie classics. On Saturday 24 July, he'll be celebrating the music from this year's Sundance festival, playing music from Sparks Brothers, Coda and Censor. Tune in at 1pm.
To celebrate the new partnership, Scala Radio are also giving away tickets to Misha and the Wolves, playing at Sundance: London on Sat 31 Jul at 18.00. To be in with a chance of winning, enter below:
Skip the queue and guarantee your seats for the best of the festival by purchasing a Festival Ticket Pass. The Festival Pass gives you priority booking access, along with Picturehouse Members. If you want to see multiple films at the festival, the Festival Pass is your best route to getting the best value for money on tickets.
Watch cleverly comedic First Date, daring, immersive Pleasure, or real-life girl who cried wolf documentary Misha And The Wolves which tells the unravelling Holocaust survivor tale of Misha Defonseca.
See the best of the festival and be the envy of film aficionados everywhere!
Our new festival partners Scala Radio are giving away tickets to the festival and hosting a Sundance special show.
Sundance Film Festival: London returns to Picturehouse Central from Thursday 30 July to Sunday 1 August for the sixth edition of the ever-growing celebration of independent film.
It didn't quite come home, but Gareth Southgate's Three Lions have done us proud and their all-star cast made it all the way to yesterday's final.
In this shorter episode, host Sam Clements talks on Zoom to Black Widow director Cate Shortland (Lore, Somersault) about her new Marvel Studios film.
This year's festival at Picturehouse Central promises to be a hotbed for ideas and discussion.