The latest edition of this popular annual program!
Belgium, Canada, France, United States | 2022-23 | various directors
Seven short films from January’s 2023 Sundance Film Festival—fiction, nonfiction, and animation—make up the latest edition of this popular annual program. Sundance is widely considered the premier American showcase for new short films, serving for almost 40 years as the launchpad for many now-prominent independent filmmakers—from Dee Rees and Todd Haynes to Don Hertzfeldt and Jay and Mark Duplass. Four countries are represented in this year’s collection, and two festival award winners are included: Crystal Kayiza’s Rest Stop (Short Film Jury Award: US Fiction) and Kayla Abuda Galang’s When You Left Me on That Boulevard (Short Film Grand Jury Prize). For the complete program, visit www.sundance.org/festivals/short-film/. DCP. 90 min.
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