Sundance Film Festival


Sundance Film Festival

 The Sundance Film Festival has become internationally know for being a resource for thousands of independent artists including filmmakers, screenwriters, composers, playwrights, theater artists and writers.

  • Held in late January each year
  • Screenings in Park City, Salt Lake City, Ogden, and at the Sundance Village
  • something for everyone

Overview: The Sundance Film Festival is held in Park City, Utah  is felt by many to be the best United States venue for both American and international independent film.The original values of independence, creative risk-taking, and discovery continue to define and guide the work of Sundance Institute, both with US artists and, increasingly, with artists from other regions of the world.

Where: The Film Festival's hub is Park City, but there are also screenings in Salt Lake City, Ogden, and at the Sundance Village. Within Park City, you will find Festival activities and venues concentrated in two parts of town––historic Main Street and the Prospector Square area. Convenient (and free!) shuttles connect the two areas.

When: Film lovers and critics gear up for the festival in late January each year. January 18th-28th, 2018.

Cost: Film prices vary as do prices for the weeks festivities. Passes are available on the Sundance website. 

Details: Park City caters to the visitors who come to the area for the Film Festival. You can find tickets, lodging, dining options and all kinds of film related activities during the event. Founded by Robert Redford in 1981 in the area around Sundance, Utah and in close proximity to Park City, Utah. The festival is an event sponsored by the Sundance Institute. 

Visit the Sundance Film Festival website for more details.

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