Sundance Film Festival have revealed the list of feature films that will play at the 2018 festival.
Films playing at the Festival including the directorial debuts of British star, Idris Elba and American actor Paul Dano.
Check out the complete list of Sundance Film Festival 2018 films below:
US DRAMATIC COMPETITION
American Animals (dir. Bart Layton)
BLAZE (dir. Ethan Hawke)
Blindspotting (dir. Carlos Lopez Estrada)
Burden (dir. Andrew Heckler)
Eighth Grade (dir. Bo Burnham)
I Think We're Alone Now (dir. Reed Morano)
The Kindergarten Teacher (dir. Sara Colangelo)
Lizzie (dir. Craig William Macneill)
The Miseducation of Cameron Post (dir. Desiree Akhavan)
Monster (dir. Anthony Mandler)
Monsters and Men (dir. Reinaldo Marcus Green)
NANCY (dir. Christina Choe)
Sorry to Bother You (dir. Boots Riley)
The Tale (dir. Jennifer Fox)
TYREL (dir. Sebastian Silva)
Wildlife (dir. Paul Dano)
US DOCUMENTARY COMPETITION
Bisbee '17 (dir. Robert Greene)
Crime + Punishment (dir. Stephen Maing)
Dark Money (dir. Kimberly Reed)
The Devil We Know (dir. Stephanie Soechtig)
Hal (dir. Amy Scott)
Hale County This Morning, This Evening (dir. RaMell Ross)
Inventing Tomorrow (dir. Laura Nix)
Kailash (dir. Derek Doneen)
Kusama – Infinity (dir. Heather Lenz)
The Last Race (dir. Michael Dweck)
Minding the Gap (dir. Bing Liu)
On Her Shoulders (dir. Alexandria Bombach)
The Price of Everything (dir. Nathaniel Kahn)
Seeing Allred (dir. Sophie Sartain, Roberta Grossman)
The Sentence (dir. Rudy Valdez)
Three Identical Strangers (dir. Tim Wardle)
WORLD CINEMA DRAMATIC COMPETITION
And Breathe Normally (dir. Ísold Uggadóttir)
Butterflies (dir. Tolga Karaçelik)
Dead Pigs (dir. Cathy Yan)
The Guilty (dir. Gustav Möller)
Holiday (dir. Isabella Eklöf)
Loveling (dir. Gustavo Pizzi)
Pity (dir. Babis Makridis)
The Queen of Fear (dir. Valeria Bertuccelli, Fabiana Tiscornia)
Rust (dir. Aly Muritiba)
Time Share (dir. Sebastián Hofmann)
Un Traductor (dir. Rodrigo Barriuso, Sebastián Barriuso)
Yardie (dir. Idris Elba)
WORLD CINEMA DOCUMENTARY COMPETITION
A Polar Year (dir. Samuel Collardey)
Anote's Ark (dir. Matthieu Rytz)
The Cleaners (dir. Moritz Riesewieck, Hans Block)
Genesis 2.0 (dir. Christian Frei, Maxim Arbugaev)
MATANGI/MAYA/M.I.A. (dir. Stephen Loveridge)
Of Fathers and Sons (dir. Talal Derki)
The Oslo Diaries (dir. Mor Loushy, Daniel Sivan)
Our New President (dir. Maxim Pozdorovkin)
Shirkers (dir. Sandi Tan)
This is Home (dir. Alexandra Shiva)
Westwood (dir. Lorna Tucker)
A Woman Captured (dir. Bernadett Tuza-Ritter)
306 Hollywood (dir. Elan Bogarín, Jonathan Bogarín)
A Boy, A Girl, A Dream (dir. Qasim Basir)
An Evening With Beverly Luff Linn (dir. Jim Hosking)
Clara's Ghost (dir. Bridey Elliott)
Madeline's Madeline (dir. Josephine Decker)
Night Comes On (dir. Jordana Spiro)
Search (dir. Aneesh Chaganty)
Skate Kitchen (dir. Crystal Moselle)
We The Animals (dir. Jeremiah Zagar)
White Rabbit (dir. Daryl Wein)
A Futile and Stupid Gesture (dir. David Wain)
A Kid Like Jake (dir. Silas Howard)
Beirut (dir. Brad Anderson)
The Catcher Was a Spy (dir. Ben Lewin)
Colette (dir. Wash Westmoreland)
Come Sunday (dir. Joshua Marston)
Damsel (dir. David Zellner)
Don't Worry, He Won't Get Far On Foot (dir. Gus Van Sant)
The Happy Prince (dir. Rupert Everett)
Hearts Beat Loud (dir. Brett Haley)
Juliet, Naked (dir. Jesse Peretz)
Ophelia (dir. Claire McCarthy)
Puzzle (dir. Marc Turtletaub)
Untitled Debra Granik Project (dir. Debra Granik)
What They Had (dir. Elizabeth Chomko)
Bad Reputation (dir. Kevin Kerslake)
Believer (dir. Don Argott)
Chef Flynn (dir. Cameron Yates)
The Game Changers (dir. Louie Psihoyos)
Generation Wealth (dir. Lauren Greenfield)
Half The Picture (dir. Amy Adrion)
Jane Fonda in Five Acts (dir. Susan Lacy)
King In The Wilderness (dir. Peter Kunhardt)
Quiet Heroes (dir. Jenny Mackenzie, co-directors Jared Ruga, Amanda Stoddard)
RBG (dir. Betsy West, Julie Cohen)
Robin Williams: Come Inside My Mind (dir. Marina Zenovich)
Studio 54 (dir. Matt Tyrnauer)
Won't You Be My Neighbour (dir. Morgan Neville)
Arizona (dir. Jonathan Watson)
Assassination Nation (dir. Sam Levinson)
Mandy (dir. Panos Cosmatos)
Never Goin' Back (dir. Augustine Frizzell)
Piercing (dir. Nicolas Pesce)
Revenge (dir. Coralie Fargeat)
Summer of '84 (dir. François Simar, Anouk Whissell, Yoann Whissell)
BEAST (dir. Michael Pearce)
The Death of Stalin (dir. Armando Iannucci)
Foxtrot (dir. Samuel Maoz)
I Am Not a Witch (dir. Rungano Nyoni)
The Rider (dir. Chloé Zhao)
Super Size Me 2: Holy Chicken! (dir. Morgan Spurlock)
Lu Over the Wall (dir. Masaaki Yuasa)
Science Fair (dir. Cristina Constantini, Darren Foster)
White Fang (dir. Alexandre Espigares)
President and Founder of Sundance Institute, Robert Redford, said: “The work of independent storytellers can challenge and possibly change culture, illuminating our world’s imperfections and possibilities.
"This year’s Festival is full of artfully-told stories that provoke thought, drive empathy and allow the audience to connect, in deeply personal ways, to the universal human experience.”
The Sundance Film Festival will run from January 18-28 2018 in Park City, Salt Lake City and Sundance Mountain Resort.
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