The London edition of the 2013 Sundance Film Festival celebrates the best of American independent movies.
The festival will include 18 feature-length films and nine shorts. A total of 23 films will make their international, European or UK premieres at Sundance London. Ten are by female filmmakers and six are by first-time feature filmmakers.
Sundance Institute President and Founder Robert Redford, who will be attending the festival, said he hopes Sundance London will be "lively, culturally relevant and fun".
Movie screenings include The Look of Love, Blackfish, Blood Brother, God Loves Uganda, Running from Crazy, and The Inevitable Defeat of Mister and Pete.
In addition to film screenings and panels, Sundance London will host several live music performances and events. Peaches will be the headlining act.
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