in ,

Sundance Film Festival 2022 Lineup Announced

As we’re closing out the year with plenty of great titles to wrap up the 2021 movie season and truly begin the “meat” (if you will) of Awards Season, 2022 is right around the corner and the Sundance Film Festival has announced today its lineup of films that will be leading the festival from Thursday January 20th to the 30th of next year. The festival will resume in-person screenings for the first time since 2020, but will also offer digital screenings for those that cannot (or do not want to) attend in person.

On the hybrid approach, festival director Tabitha Jackson explained that “The online dimension of the festival was something that after, having done it last year, we valued greatly. We need to attract diverse audiences, and for us this idea of sustainability and community and care is all addressed by having an online dimension to the festival. People don’t have to fly here in order to participate. They don’t have to be of a certain socio-economic status to be able to afford to stay for ten days in Park City. They don’t have to be able to physically navigate icy mountain streets. We can expand the range of people who can participate in the festival, in the work and in the conversation.”

More details can be found here. Without any further ado, here’s the full list of films premiering at the festival:

U.S. Dramatic Competition

  • 892
  • Alice
  • blood
  • Cha Cha Real Smooth
  • Dual
  • Emergency
  • Master
  • Nanny
  • Palm Trees and Power Lines
  • Watcher

U.S. Documentry Competition

  • Aftershock
  • Descendant
  • The Exiles
  • Fire of Love
  • Free Chol Soo Lee
  • I Didn’t See You There
  • The Janes
  • Jihad Rehab
  • TikTok, Boom

World Cinema Dramatic Competition

  • Brian and Charles
  • The Cow Who Sang A Song Into the Future
  • Dos Estaciones
  • Gentle
  • Girl Picture
  • Klondike
  • Leonor Will Never Die
  • Marte Um (Mars One)
  • Utama
  • You Won’t Be Alone
  • After Yang
  • Happening
  • Neptune Frost
  • Three Minutes–A Lengthening
  • The Worst Person in the World

World Cinema Documentary Competition

  • All That Breathes
  • Calendar Girls
  • A House Made of Splinters
  • Midwives
  • The Mission (2022)
  • Nothing Compares
  • Sirens
  • Tantura
  • The Territory
  • We Met in Virtual Reality

Next

  • The Cathedral
  • Every Day in Kaimuki
  • Framing Agnes
  • A Love Song
  • Mija
  • Riotsville, USA
  • Something in the Dirt

Premieres

  • 2nd Chance
  • Am I OK?
  • Brainwashed: Sex-Camera-Power
  • Call Jane
  • Downfall: The Case Against Boeing
  • Emily the Criminal
  • Final Cut
  • God’s Country
  • Good Luck to You, Leo Grande
  • Honk for Jesus, Save Your Soul
  • jeen-yuhs: A Kanye Trilogy
  • La Guerra Civil
  • Living
  • Lucy and Desi
  • My Old School
  • The Princess
  • Resurrection
  • Sharp Stick
  • To the End
  • We Need to Talk About Cosby
  • When You Finish Saving The World

Midnight

  • Babysitter
  • FRESH
  • Hatching
  • Piggy
  • Speak No Evil

Kids

  • Maika
  • Summering

Special Screenings

  • Last Flight Home

From The Collection

  • Just Another Girl on the I.R.T.

Indie Episodic Program

  • Bring on the Dancing Horses
  • Chiqui
  • Culture Beat
  • The Dark Heat
  • Instant Life
  • My Trip to Spain

New Frontier

  • 32 Sounds
  • Atua
  • Child of Empire
  • Cosmogony
  • Diagnosia
  • Flat Earth VR
  • Gondwana
  • On The Morning You Wake (To the End of the World)
  • Seven Grams
  • Suga- A Live Virtual Performance
  • Surrogate
  • The Inside World
  • The State of Global Peace
  • They Dream in My Bones — Insemnopedy II
  • This Is Not A Ceremony

Source: Variety

Maxance Vincent is a freelance film and TV critic, and a recent graduate of a BFA in Film Studies at the Université de Montréal. He is currently finishing a specialization in Video Game Studies, focusing on the psychological effects regarding the critical discourse on violent video games.

Comments

Subscribe
Notify of
guest
0 Comments
Inline Feedbacks
View all comments

Loading…

0

Written by Maxance Vincent

Maxance Vincent is a freelance film and TV critic, and a recent graduate of a BFA in Film Studies at the Université de Montréal. He is currently finishing a specialization in Video Game Studies, focusing on the psychological effects regarding the critical discourse on violent video games.

Interview: Simon Rex Muses on the Opportunity That Is ‘Red Rocket’ and What the Future Holds

‘Hawkeye’ Episode 4 Recap: “Partners, Am I Right?”