The annual networking event and celebration of British independent film at High West Distillery & Saloon drew a full house as usual in Park City.

More than 200 filmmakers, distributors and executives piled in to the venue to mingle and hear opening words from British Film Commission (BFC) and Film London CEO Adrian Wootton and British Film Institute senior production and development executive Mary Burke.

Consul General Chris O’Connor from the British Consulate in Los Angeles was among guests at the event, held once again in association with media partner Screen International.

British films in selection at Sundance include God’s Own Country, Lady Macbeth, Bad Day For The Cut, Dawn Of The Deaf, Dear Mr Shakespeare, Fish Story, White Riot: London, The Workers Cup and Tough.