Back at Sundance Film Festival to start 2023


Susan, Albie, and Alex were back in Park City this January for the return to in-person Sundance Film Festival and as always is was both exhausting and exhilarating!

We wanted to share some of our favorite films from the festival so you can keep an eye out for when the films are released!

Based on true events, Radical shines a light on the incredible potential children can manifest when an innovative teacher empowers them to think for themselves. Starring the incredible Eugenio Derbez as the inspirational teacher Sergio Juarez, who won’t give up on the sixth grade students at an elementary school in Matamoros, Mexico.


Based on the 2013 memoir, the film tells the story of Alysia (played by Emilia Jones of CODA) who is uprooted by her father following the death of her mother in hopes of restarting his life in 1970s San Fransisco, and their complex father-daughter relationship.


A Thousand and One
Writer/Director A.V. Rockwell’s feature debut tells the story of a mother living in 1990s New York City who kidnaps her 6-year-old son out of foster care so they can build a life together.



Polite Society
In this British action comedy, Ria Khan believes that she must save her older sister Lena from her impending marriage. After enlisting her friends’ help, she attempts to pull off the most ambitious of wedding heists, while pursuing her dream of becoming a stunt double.


Deep Rising
Narrated by Jason Momoa, Deep Rising uses stunning underwater photography and fly-on-the-wall access to a deep sea mining extraction company to question the electric battery revolution.



The Persian Version
An uplifting and engrossing comedy-drama, the film tells the story of Leila and her Iranian American family with seven brothers and her struggles to connect with her mother.



Kim’s Video
This playful heist documentary investigates the origins of many cinephile’s favorite NYC video store, Kim’s Video, and the fate of the collection after it closed.