Sundance Film Festival: London gives film fans an opportunity to see the best of this year’s independent cinema, ahead of the films being released in the UK

UK audiences have exclusive access to Q&As, panel discussions and special events with filmmakers and actors

Mindy Kaling writes and stars in opening night film Late Night, featuring Emma Thompson as a legendary talk-show host

Julianne Moore and Michelle Williams star in Bart Freundlich’s female-driven reimagining of Susanne Bier’s Danish film After the Wedding

Demi Moore and Ed Helms star in comedy horror Corporate Animals, directed by Patrick Brice (Creep, Creep 2, The Overnight) and written by Peep Show’s co-creator Sam Bain

Local filmmaker Shola Amoo follows up the acclaimed A Moving Image with his sophomore feature, The Last Tree, a coming-of-age film of a British-Nigerian youth

Following from last year’s female-driven programme, which asked “What Next?” in response to ongoing inequality in the industry, the festival once again honours gender parity with 50% female directors featuring in the line-up

Last year’s attendees included Toni Collette (Hereditary), Ethan Hawke (First Reformed), Bo Burnham (Eighth Grade) and Idris Elba (Yardie)

Bo Burnham’s directorial debut Eighth Grade received the Audience Favourite Award at last year’s festival