04 May 21
We're delighted to have joined forces with The Sundance Institute once again to bring Sundance Film Festival: London to Picturehouse Central for its sixth year from 29 July to 1 August 2021, as an in-person event.
The Festival will once more welcome filmmakers to present their work to cinema audiences, with this year's programme promising to include upwards of 12 features, panel discussions, Q+As and special guest appearances. The Festival opens with the UK premiere of Edgar Wright's debut documentary The Sparks Brothers, a musical odyssey through five weird and wonderful decades with brothers Ron and Russell Mael.
Not in London? Don't worry! We've teamed up with Universal to offer consecutive screenings of the The Sparks Brothers in multiple cinemas across the UK with a filmmaker Q+A simultaneously broadcast from Picturehouse Central on 29 July 2021.
Stay tuned for the full Festival line-up! VIP and Festival Passes, and tickets for this year's Sundance Film Festival: London will be available to purchase in early June via picturehouses.com/sundance.
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A brief message from Matthew Cutler, General Manager of East Dulwich Picturehouse & Cafe.
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