Sundance

REVIEW: Who Is Dayani Cristal?

George Washbourn | Posted 23.07.2014 | UK Universities & Education
George Washbourn

The film succeeds in rendering a personal face to the so often aggrandised problem of immigration, but is undermined by the disjunctive fictional sub-narrative... the film is a real spectacle and a testament to the stark anthropic disassociation and dissemblance that occurs in migratory investigations.

Unearthing Cinematic Gems at Sundance London

Tom Linay | Posted 02.07.2014 | UK Entertainment
Tom Linay

The Sundance Festival returned to the O2 this past weekend for the third edition of their London offshoot, bringing with them a selection of narrative and documentary features that were successful at their Park City, Utah home in January.

WATCH: A Trailer For Every Hipster Indie Movie Ever

The Huffington Post UK | Posted 23.01.2014 | UK Comedy

All the cool hipsters are at the Sundance Film Festival right now. So if you're sad about not being there with them, fear not - because the trailer fo...

Sundance London: The Inevitable Defeat of Mister and Pete

Janet Awe | Posted 03.07.2013 | UK Entertainment
Janet Awe

Everything I saw at last weekend's Sundance London Festival had that effect on me. There wasn't a single dud amongst the five feature films and the programme of 10 shorts that I watched during the festival. Still, The Inevitable Defeat of Mister and Pete stands way out as the screening that generated the most emotion from me.

Sundance London: A Diary - Days Three and Four

Greg Wetherall | Posted 01.07.2013 | UK Entertainment
Greg Wetherall

If LFF is the Glastonbury of film festivals, then Sundance London is becoming the Latitude or Bestival. It is more intimate, cosy and it feels uniquely special. It provides an important distillation of the best of the independent scene and deserves to remain an annual event in the coming years.

Sundance London: A Diary - Day Two

Greg Wetherall | Posted 28.06.2013 | UK Entertainment
Greg Wetherall

Two contrasting features formed the experiences on Friday evening. On the one side, there was the stultifying and positively frightening, God Loves Uganda, and on the other side there was the breezy comedy, Sleepwalk With Me. Both are not without serious merit.

Review: 'Another Earth'

James Poyner | Posted 09.02.2012 | UK Entertainment
James Poyner

If Philip K Dick, Michael Stipe and Danny Boyle were to somehow merge their creative genius then they would probably give form to something like Mike ...