The 10-day festival brings more than 40,000 people to Park City, Utah each January to celebrate the work of independent storytellers in film. Sundance has been a premier world festival and the leading United States film festival for some time; founded by Robert Redford in 1978, and relocating to Park City in 1985, it has introduced us to ground breaking films including Napoleon Dynamite, Sex, Lies and Videotape, Reservoir Dogs, The Cove, An Inconvenient Truth, Little Miss Sunshine, Precious and Trouble the Water.
Often you get to see and hear the casts, directors and producers at the Q&A after the film and catch them around town, as well. Thousands of films are screened in 13 venues throughout town. In addition there are a number of music cafes and presentations during the festival. January 19-29, 2017, in Park City, Salt Lake City, Sundance, and other Utah locations.
The film guide is available online in December. Buy tickets to Sundance online.