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2022 Sundance Film Festival, which will take place January 20–30. Next year’s safe, accessible Festival will unspool online and in person !

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The Indigenous Shorts TourThe Sundance Film Festival’s Short Film Program has long been established as a place to discover talented Indigenous directors, from Taika Waititi to Sterlin Harjo. Building upon that rich legacy, this month, our Indigenous Program invites you to join us—and our friends at museums, Native cultural centers, and arthouse cinemas—for an 85-minute program of shorts curated from recent editions of the Festival, all helmed by Indigenous filmmakers from around the world.Watch Now

In Focus:
A Q&A with
Francis Cullado 
During Asian American and Pacific Islander Heritage Month, we talked to leaders of AAPI-led arts organizations about their vital year-round work. First up, hear from Visual Communications’ Francis Cullado. Read the Story 

Story2022:
It’s a Date!
ICYMI, last week we announced the dates for the 2022 Sundance Film Festival, which will take place January 20–30. Next year’s safe, accessible Festival will unspool online and in person, and we’ll have more details to share with you later in the summer. Stay tuned!About the Festival Fe Fest Essential Coming-of-Age StoriesFrom Justin Lin’s Better Luck Tomorrow and Lee Isaac Chung’s Minari to Erin Lau’s The Moon and the Night, we’ve put together a list of must-see coming-of-age shorts and features helmed by Asian American and Pacific Islander directors.  Learn Watch Now  

See You Soon, London 

It’s official—the Sundance Film Festival: London, presented with Adobe, will return in person to Picturehouse Central from July 29 through August 1. Our sixth edition of the London Fest opens with Edgar Wright’s debut documentary, The Sparks Brothers, and we’ll be announcing the rest of the lineup (including 11 more features!) in due time. Tickets and passes will go on sale in early June.