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The Sundance Institute and U.K. exhibitor Picturehouse said Tuesday that the Sundance Film Festival: London, an international version of Robert Redford’s Utah festival, will return to the British capital in June 2017.
Once again set at the Picturehouse Central movie theater in the heart of the city’s West End, the event will take place June 1-4.
The festival will feature the international and U.K. premieres of films from the 2017 edition of the Sundance Film Festival, which takes place Jan. 19-29 in Park City, Utah. The Utah lineup will be unveiled soon, with the 2017 London program set to be announced in the spring.
Film fans can register for festival passes for the 2017 London edition starting on Friday. Individual tickets will go on sale following the full London program announcement.
The Sundance Film Festival: London 2016 featured the U.K. and International premieres of 11 features, including Wiener-Dog, Weiner, The Greasy Strangler and Tallulah. The event also screens short films and offers panel discussions and special events.
Among the attendees of the 2016 London edition were James Schamus, Todd Solondz, Christopher McQuarrie and Gina Rodriguez.
The first editions of the London event were held at the city’s O2 Arena.
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