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Emanuel and The Truth About Fishes – Trailer


As part of the official selection for the Sundance Film Festival, the first trailer for Emanuel and the Truth About fishes is here.


Programme announced for London’s Sundance Film Festival 2013


The Sundance Institute and The O2 have today announced the programme of panels, feature films and short films for the second Sundance London film and music festival, which runs 25-28 April at The O2, London.

Sundance Film Festival is annually presented in Park City, Utah, U.S.A., and the same panel selected the film and panel programming for the London leg of the festival. The 2013 programme continues its 2012 focus on presenting new work by independent filmmakers and exploring the interplay between independent film and music.

The programme announced today includes 18 feature films and nine short films across four sections, including a new UK Spotlight. Twenty-three films will make their international, European or UK premieres at Sundance London. Ten are by female filmmakers and six are by first-time feature filmmakers. The films collectively received 12 awards when they premiered at the Sundance Film Festival in Park City, Utah, U.S.A.. Among the artists expected to attend Sundance London are Lake Bell, Mike Birbiglia, Jimmy Carr, the Eagles, Barbara Kopple and Peaches, as well as Sundance Institute President & Founder Robert Redford.

The line-up includes 3 UK premiers for In Fear (Directed and story by: Jeremy Lovering), The Look of Love (Director: Michael Winterbottom, Screenwriter: Matt Greenhalgh) and The Moo Man (Directors: Andy Heathcote, Co-director: Heike Bachelier)

Feature films in the lineup include Blackfish (Director: Gabriela Cowperthwaite) The Kings of Summer (Director: Jordan Vogt-Roberts, Screenwriter: Chris Galletta, In a World… (Director and screenwriter: Lake Bell) Running from Crazy (Director: Barbara Kopple) and Upstream Color (Director and screenwriter: Shane Carruth)

Short films include The Apocalypse (Director and screenwriter: Andrew Zuchero), Black Metal (Director and screenwriter: Kat Candler), The Date (Director and screenwriter: Jenni Toivoniemi), Until the Quiet Comes (Director and screenwriter: Kahlil Joseph) and The Whistle (Director: Grzegorz Zariczny)

The panel programme also looks great with talks The Art of the Score: An Afternoon with David Arnold, a Screenwriting flashlab with many writers including  Peter Straughan (Tinker, Tailor, Soldier, SpyThe DebtMen Who Stare at Goats) and Tony Grisoni (Fear and Loathing in Las VegasTidelandIn This WorldDeath Defying Acts)

To find out more about the festival and to buy tickets visit the website, here




The Sundance Film Festival has announced it’s first headliner for the second Sundance Film and Music Festival.

Held at the 02 from 25th – 28th April the 2013 programme will continue its 2012 focus on presenting new work by American filmmakers and music artists. Sundance Institute, which annually presents the Sundance Film Festival in Park City, Utah, U.S.A, will select the films and related programming.

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Peaches Does Herself – is directed and written by Peaches, In the film, Peaches follows the advice of an old stripper and makes sexually forthright music. The electro rock opera chronicles Peaches’ rise to popularity and her love affair with a beautiful she-male that ultimately leads her to realise who she really is. The film stars Peaches, Danni Daniels, Sandy Kane, Mignon, Sweet Machine Band and Jolly Goods. Sundance London will be the film’s UK Premiere.

Fire in the Blood: Review


Fire in the Blood is an astounding documentary charting the reality behind the control of pharmaceutical drugs and how this impacts the people living with HIV in South Africa.

Part of the official Sundance Film Festival Selection  in 2013 it’s easy to see why.


While the subject matter of this documentary is naturally engaging the presentation of the horrific abuse of power at the cost of human life is truly brilliant.

Fire in the Blood tells the harrowing tale of pharmaceutical companies making access to life saving drugs, unreachable and unaffordable for people in the countries worse affected. Through real life accounts from those living with the disease, those fighting to change the laws, and those taking drastic action, sometimes risking their own lives and braking the law to change the system we are told a story so astounding it’s hard to believe this is allowed to happen in the modern world.

Through a series of interviews, investigative journalism, real life accounts and expert opinions this film quickly and concisely tackles the issue at hand. Well presented, paced and pieced together in style that makes a totally new subject accessible to every viewer, this film deserves to be seen.

Not only is it educational it is at times heartbreaking and often inspiring.

Moving and unrelenting Fire in the Blood offers an engaging and inspiring tale that will shock, stun and at times warm your heart.


Fire in the Blood is released today.

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