Tickets for the second Sundance London film and music festival, which takes place between 25-28 April at The O2, will go on sale this Friday.
The festival’s programme includes 18 feature films and nine short films across four sections, twenty three of which will be making their international, European or UK premiere.
Sundance president and Hollywood icon Robert Redford will be in attendance, with artists are Lake Bell, Mike Birbiglia, Jimmy Carr, the Eagles, Barbara Kopple and Peaches also expected to attend.
Highlights include documentary The Summit, Nick Ryan’s powerful exploration of the deaths of 11 mountain climbers attempting to reach the summit of K2 in August 2008, and coming-of-age comedy The Kings of Summer.
There will also be panel discussions, including with British composer David Arnold whose credits include Bond films Casino Royale and Tomorrow Never Dies and TV’s Sherlock and Little Britain.
Passes and ticket packages are available at www.sundance-london.com, and individual tickets will be on sale from 9:00 a.m. GMT Friday 15 March.
Announcing the line-up, Robert Redford said, “We would hope for Sundance London to be another ‘Sundance’ experience – lively, culturally relevant and fun. We look forward to engaging with audiences as we discover new voices, new points of view and new perspectives.”
Rebecca Kane, General Manager of The O2, added, “Sundance London is a great opportunity for film and music fans to engage with artistes, and it also plays a big role in showcasing The O2’s ability to host high-profile global events that attract a variety of audiences.”