It is a perfect start of the year for the film fraternity at the annual 2020 Sundance Film Festival. Movies, music, video interviews, panel discussions, and concerts are just some of the things happening at the festival.
Park City, Utah becomes the center of attention for movie stars looking for more work, distributors bidding for movies, online streaming companies looking for content, and also for industry agents looking for fresh talent. The 2020 Sundance movies will set the tone for the rest of the year in terms of artists, new talent, and titles.
This year is important politically, and that has impacted the festival as well. Many movies have political themes, such as “Hillary”, and a biopic on Gloria Steinman. Justin Simien is debuting this year with “Bad Hair’ which is a horror satire that also covers racial inequality.
“Miss Americana” by Netflix is a much-anticipated documentary on Taylor Swift. Some of these titles look interesting? You can enjoy the last few days by purchasing the 2020 Sundance film festival tickets.
Check out some of the portraits that have come out of the Sundance film festival 2020.
“Wander Darkly” stars Luna in which he plays the character of a husband trying to confront his wife in an emotional love-and-loss drama.
Miller stars in “Wander Darkly” opposite Diego Luna. she plays the role of his wife who is trying to find a way to save her marriage from the dark impact of a troubled past.
Brosnahan stars in “Ironbark,” which depicts the real-life story of a businessman whose paths somehow get crossed with CIA.
“Palm Springs” features Camila Mendes along with Andy Samberg and Cristin Milioti.
Previously starred in “Stranger Things”, Keery plays the character of a rideshare driver in the thriller “Spree”.
The Destiny’s Child star now features in “Bad Hair”, a thriller by Justin Simien.