Women filmmakers and giving them a little louder voice is certainly a part of my agenda while I’m covering the 2018 Sundance Film Festival, but there are plenty more films to add to my “must-see” list. If you’re lucky enough to attend even one day of this prestigious festival, perhaps one of these recommendations will fit your schedule.
U. S. Dramatic Films:
BLAZE, BLINDSPOTTING, BURDEN, I THINK WE’RE ALONE NOW, LIZZIE, NANCY, SORRY TO BOTHER YOU, THE KINDERGARTEN TEACHER, THE MISEDUCATION OF CAMERON POST, THE TALE, and WILDLIFE
U. S. Documentary Films:
BISBEE ’17, DARK MONEY, HAL, ON HER SHOULDERS, and SEEING ALLRED
World Cinema Dramatic Films:
AND BREATHE NORMALLY, HOLIDAY, LOVELING, PITY, UN TRADUCTOR, and YARDIE
World Cinema Documentary Films:
OF FATHERS AND SONS, OUR NEW PRESIDENT, and THE OSLO DIARIES
BEIRUT, COLETTE, COME SUNDAY, DAMSEL, DON’T WORRY HE WON’T GET FAR ON FOOT, HEARTS BEAT LOUD, JULIET NAKED, LEAVE NO TRACE, OPHELIA, PRIVATE LIFE, PUZZLE, THE CATCHER WAS A SPY, THE LONG DUMB ROAD and WHAT THEY HAD
AKICITA: THE BATTLE OF STANDING ROCK, CHEF FLYNN, GENERATION WEALTH, JANE FONDA IN FIVE ACTS, KING IN THE WILDERNESS, RBG, and WON’T YOU BE MY NEIGHBOR
FOXTROT, I AM NOT A WITCH, YOU WERE NEVER REALLY HERE and THE RIDER (see interview in FF2 Media with director Chloe Zhao here)
306 HOLLYWOOD, CLARA’S GHOST, SEARCH, and WHITE RABBIT
ARIZONA, HEREDITARY, NEVER GOIN’ BACK, PIERCING, and SUMMER OF ’84
This isn’t even the end of the list! There are promising short films in every category, Indie Episodic films, and virtual reality presentations also available during the festival. Check back to RHR, FF2 Media, The Daily Journal, and Fete Lifestyle Magazine for full coverage of Sundance 2018!