The 20 Best Films Of Sundance 2016


Every January, roughly 50,000 filmmakers and film-lovers descend on the snowy mountain town of Park City, Utah for 10 days of movies, parties and discussion panels. Now in its 37th year, the Sundance Film Festival has become a beacon for indie film, and 2016 was no different.

“Diversity” was the buzz word uttered by founder Robert Redford when the festival kicked off on 21 January, and that dedication to new and interesting voices was evident in many of the 123 feature films playing at the festival. There was a Polish mermaid musical (The Lure), plus quirky family dramas (Captain Fantastic), weirdo horror flicks (The Greasy Strangler) and, yes, Daniel Radcliffe as a flatulent corpse (Swiss Army Man).

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