Award-winning films from Sundance Film Festival
The Sundance Film Festival is an annual film festival organized by the Sundance Institute. It is one of the largest gathering of independent storytellers and audiences seeking new voices and fresh perspectives.
The 2023 Sundance Film Festival will take place January 19–29 and tickets are already selling for the online and the in-person event. If you are unable to secure the tickets to either the online or in-person festival, fret not! CinemaWorld has curated a ‘Sundance Picks’ to celebrate the spirit of the festival - independent filmmaking, fresh voices and perspectives.
CinemaWorld’s ‘Sundance Picks’ is a collection of 4 films and 1 documentary film which are either award winners or nominees of past Sundance Film Festivals. We bring these films directly to your screens this January. Catch these critically acclaimed films at your own leisure, from your own comfortable couch on CinemaWorld On-Demand*.
CinemaWorld’s Sundance Picks
In Tuscany, Polish Nobel Prize winner Maria's stable family life begins to erode as her relationship with a young immigrant develops against a backdrop of terrorism and eroding democracy.
World Cinema - Dramatic Special Jury Award (Acting), Sundance Film Festival, 2019
World Cinema - Dramatic Nominee, Sundance Film Festival, 2019
A true story, backed by Hollywood megastar Angelina Jolie as executive producer. 14-year-old Hirut is on her way home when men on horses swoop in and kidnap her. She fought back but accidently killed her would-be husband. Tenacious young lawyer Meza’s decision to defend Hirut threatens not only her career but her life.
World Cinema Dramatic (Audience Award), Sundance Film Festival, 2014
After connecting with each other on social media, Tati and Renet’s budding relationship is cut short when Tati’s intimate video is leaked online. While Renet has to deal with problems with his parents, Tati is struggling to keep her life from crumbling.
World Cinema - Dramatic Nominee, Sundance Film Festival, 2018
Magdalena, a mother in search of her missing son, meets Miguel, recently deported from the US and looking for his mother. Together, they make their way through the desolate and unforgiving militia-ridden landscapes south of the border.
World Cinema - Dramatic (Audience Award), Sundance Film Festival, 2020
Best Screenplay, Sundance Film Festival, 2020
World Cinema - Dramatic Nominee (Grand Jury Prize), Sundance Film Festival, 2020
For 20 years, the Enache family has been living in the Bucharest Delta in harmony with nature. When the nine children and their parents are evicted from their home, they are forced to adapt to life in the big city.
World Cinema - Documentary (Grand Jury Prize), Sundance Film Festival, 2020
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