PARK CITY, Utah – The Sundance Film Festival has been around for 30 years and attracts crowds of more than 50,000 each year. The festival has introduced audiences to a fresh perspective and new voices through film that impact people globally.
The festival takes place each January in Park City as the streets come alive with producers, actors, fans, wannabe’s and anyone else who wants to room the streets or catch a spectacular film.
The festival also screens film in Salt Lake City to allow others to participate in the events without the traffic.
Utah residents can also get local tickets and purchase tickets well in advance. The Festival runs from January 22- February 1, 2015. If you just want to come and spend time at the festival no ticket is needed, but be prepared to wait for food, and parking is always a challenge.
This film festival was made popular by Robert Redford because of his admiration of independent film.
Last year the festival had great films including;
• Boyhood, directed by Richard Linklater
• Whiplash, directed by
• Love is Strange, directed by
Here are some of the movies we are excited about in 2015.
Welcome to Leith
Directors: Michael Beach Nichols, Christopher K. Walker
Sleeping With Other People
Director: Leslye Headland
Director: Patrick Brice
Director: Nikole Beckwith
I am Michael
Director: Justin Kelly
Z for Zachariah
Director: Craig Zobel
The D Train
Directors: Andrew Mogel, Jarrad Paul
The Last Days in the Desert
Director: Rodrigo García
Director: Ramin Bahrani
Ten Thousand Sains
Directors: Robert Pulcini, Shari Springer Berman