The Slamdance Film Festival, launched in 1995 as an alternative to the Sundance Film Festival, has announced their 2021 lineup, which will be mostly virtual. The 27th edition of the fest, which will run from February 12 to February 25, will boast 25 feature films, along with 107 shorts and episodics. The festival will open with the world premiere of No Trace (Nulle Trace) from Canadian director/screenwriter Simon Lavoie, which will screen on February 13 at a Joshua Tree drive-in, and will close with the world premiere of 18th & Grand: The Olympic Auditorium Story at a Los Angeles drive-in on February 25. The rest of the festival will be offered virtually.
For details and the full lineup, click here for Variety’s story on the fest.
Go to www.slamdance.com for more information about the festival.