The Sundance Institute has unveiled the line-up for the touring programme of films, now in its third year, that will take place on Jan 26 during the festival proper.
The arthouse venues and matching films and filmmakers for the night of Jan 26 are:
The Michigan Theatre — Ann Arbor, Michigan
For A Good Time, Call… (US), dir Jamie Travis;
Coolidge Corner Theatre — Boston, Massachusetts
Celeste And Jesse Forever (US), dir Lee Toland Krieger;
BAM, Brooklyn — New York
Robot And Frank (US), dir Jake Schreier;
Music Box Theatre — Chicago, Illinois
2 Days In New York (France), dir Julie Delpy;
Sundance Cinemas Houston — Houston, Texas
Bachelorette (US), dir Leslye Headland;
Belcourt Theatre, Nashville, Tennessee
West Of Memphis (US), dir Amy Berg;
Enzian Theater — Orlando, Florida
Arbitrage (US), dir Nicholas;
Sundance Kabuki Cinemas — San Francisco, California
Liberal Arts (US), dir Josh Radnor; and
The Loft — Tucson, Arizona
GOATS (US) Christopher Neil.
The filmmakers will introduce their films and take part in a on-stage Q&A. Tickets for each screening will be available through the theatre’s box office.
In Park City on Jan 26, audiences will experience centerpiece programming at the renovated Eccles Theatre in the form the special event Hit RECord At The Movies with Joseph Gordon-Levitt.
“Sundance Film Festival USA is our way of celebrating arthouse theatres across the country and thanking them for their year-round support of independent film,” festival director John Cooper said. “For these filmmakers, it’s also an opportunity to connect with the growing audiences for independent film outside of Utah and offer them a first look at the year ahead.”
The Sundance Film Festival is scheduled to run from Jan 19-29.