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Is Sundance really welcome in London? | reviews, news & interviews

Is Sundance really welcome in London?

Is Sundance really welcome in London?

The Sundance Film Festival: you have to pack moonboots, parka and thermals. The showcase for independent films, whose public face since its inception in 1978 has been Robert Redford, takes place each January in Utah. In April of next year it is setting up a new branch in the moonboot-free environment of the 02 Arena in London.

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Not at all! There's plenty of room for one more. I for one am looking forward to it.

I'd rather support our homegrown talent and our own festivals, particularly when money is tight. Raindance and Sci-Fi London are my favourites. If Sundance offered very cheap or free screenings I'd be interested.

I am also looking forward to it.

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