The program of the Sundance Film Festival, where independent productions are showcased, has been announced.
The festival, which will take place at the beginning of 2022, received a total of 3762 applications this year, of which 1652 were made in the USA and 2110 were made in the USA. Among these films, 82 feature films from 28 different countries were selected. 78 of the films to be screened at the festival will premiere at Sundance.
Among the films that will make their world premieres is 2nd Chance, which features Richard Davis, who invented the steel vest in use today and shoots himself 192 times to prove it works. Other documentaries to be screened at the festival include productions such as We Need to Talk, which is about a group of women’s fight to stop the climate crisis, and About Cosby, which delves into the history of Bill Cosby’s question whether we can separate art from artist.
Starring Dakota Johnson, AM I OK? is about a friendship that is thrown into chaos as the character moves to London. It is among the films to be screened at the Sundance Film Festival. In addition, Sharp Stick, directed by Lena Dunham and starring Kristine Froseth and Jon Bernthal, is among the productions to be screened at the festival.
Talking about the rebirth of rock music in New York after the September 11 attacks, Meet Me In The Bathroom will make its world premiere at the 2022 Sundance Film Festival. In addition, After Yang, whose cast includes Colin Farrell and shedding light on the effort to save the robot member of the family, will also meet with the audience at the festival.
The 2022 Sundance Film Festival will run from January 20 to January 30. The festival, which will be held physically in the US state of Utah, will also be broadcast online.