Sundance Film Festival

Also known as: SFF
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The Sundance Film Festival is an annual event that serves as a gathering place for original storytellers and audiences seeking new voices and fresh perspectives. The festival’s program includes dramatic and documentary features, short films, and episodic content. In addition to film screenings, the festival hosts daily filmmaker conversations, panel discussions, and other events.

Since its inception in 1985, hundreds of films launched at the festival have gone on to gain critical acclaim and reach new audiences worldwide. The festival culminates in an awards ceremony, where films in both the documentary and dramatic competition categories are eligible for a variety of prestigious awards. These awards are bestowed by juries made up of individuals with original and diverse points of view from the worldwide film community.

The Sundance Film Festival also invites audiences to vote for their favorites with five Audience Awards, given to one film in each of the four competition categories and the NEXT category, as well as the Festival Favorite Award, chosen from any feature category.

The festival is set to take place from January 18–28, 2024, offering both in-person screenings in Utah and on-demand online viewing options. As a nonprofit organization, the Sundance Institute, which organizes the festival, is supported by various corporate donors who enrich the festival experience and help sustain the year-round artist programs operated by the institute.


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