London’s Sundance Film Festival celebrates its tenth anniversary with a series of screenings at Picturehouse Central from Thursday 6th to Sunday 9th July. The festival will present 11 feature films that premiered at Sundance showcases around the world, including fiction and documentary films, as well as a curated programme of UK-produced short films. The festival opens on Thursday with the UK premier of Scrapper by Charlotte Regan, which tells the story of 20-something Jason who returns from his life in Ibiza to live with his 12-year-old daughter Georgie, who he has never met, after her mother Vicky dies. Other highlights include Passages starring Ben Whishaw, indie film Past Lives, and Mutt which tells the story of a young trans guy bustling through life in New York City. Tickets start from £17.90.
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