The Sundance Film Festival will take place online in London in August.
Many events, conferences and festivals have been postponed or canceled due to the Coronavirus outbreak. However, some of the festivals that are scheduled to take place in this state of the world are scheduled to be held online. The London leg of the Sundance Film Festival will take place online as a result of quarantine rules. The team behind this festival, which takes place online, is working day and night to perform screenings, question-answers and conversations.
The Sundance Film Festival, scheduled to take place August 7-9, will open with the production of “Uncle Frank”. The film, written and directed by Alan Ball, Stars Paul Bettany in the title role. “Luxor,” directed by Zeina Durra, will screen on Saturday. The event will close on Sunday with the award-winning “Boys state,” directed by Jesse Moss and Amanda McBaine. These main screenings will also include short films and question-and-answer sections from the filmmakers.
Tickets for the Festival will be available online again. The Sundance Film Festival, where the Panel and Q & A parts are free, will take place online August 7-9, 2020.