Did your friends ditch you at the last moment and you did not want to go alone to watch the 2020 Sundance movies? Worry not, we’ve got you covered. The team at the Sundance Film Festival 2020 is working hard to make everyone participate, even if you cannot come in person.
With media partners such as IMDb, the festival will have full coverage, from celebrity interviews to which movie is attracting the most audience. Panel discussions, movie critics, live musical performances, we have got it all.
Read our blog to know more about our coverage of the 2020 Sundance festival.
Watching Sundance Film Festival Live Streams
This year our Sundance YouTube channel will be streaming live the Power of Story events. Below is the schedule for the panel discussions.
- Power of Story: Just Art (2:30 p.m. Saturday, January 25) Artists including Lin-Manuel Miranda, Ai Weiwei, and others will discuss the nature of artwork as a catalytic cultural and sociopolitical force.
- Power of Story: The People Speak (3:00 p.m. Thursday, January 30): A tribute to the late historian Howard Zinn, through prose and poetry.
Website Information on SundanceFestival.net
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First-ever Simulcast Screening
Simultaneous transmission of The Climb by director Michael Angelo Covino and co-writer Kyle Marvin will be happening for the first time ever on January 26. This will include a Q&A session, filmmaker introduction to 10 theaters all over the United States. For more information on the 2020 Sundance Film Festival Tickets, check here.
Play Trivia, and Buy Merch Online
You can either buy the 2020 Sundance festival merch online, or you can win a merch bag by participating in our online trivia from the comfort of your couch at home.
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- January 25: Alec Baldwin (executive producer of Beast Blast)
- January 26: Liz Garbus (director of Lost Girls)
- January 28: Jessie Kahnweiler (writer/director of He’s the One)
- January 30: Marcus Scribner (actor in Farewell Amor)
- January 31: Raven Goodwin (actor in Baldwin Beauty)