Sundance Film Festival 2020

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One of Utah’s most famous traditions is currently underway and has seen famous faces like Taylor Swift there for her documentary Miss Americana and others like Will Ferrell, Anne Hathaway, and even Hillary Clinton. Sundance Film Festival 2020 took place from January 23rd to February 2nd, and has previewed over a hundred movies.  

Founded by Robert Redford, a famous old Hollywood actor, Sundance Film Festival started in August of 1978 and most of the festival’s theatres and events are located in Park City, Utah.   

According to, the best seven movies of Sundance so far have been “The Assistant,” “The Climb,” “Never Rarely Sometimes Always,” “Black Bear,” “Promising Young Woman,” “Bloody Nose Empty Pockets,” and “Palm Springs.”

For more in depth reviews of some of the best movies at Sundance, visit:

Other celebrities that have been spotted include Camila Mendes, Kerry Washington, Sienna Miller, Alec Baldwin, Post Malone (now a Utah local), Ashton Kutcher, Mila Kunis, and many many more. If you want to see who else was at the festival visit to see “2020 Sundance: Best Celebrity Sightings.” 

If you’ve ever wondered how to participate in Sundance Film Festival or have a common belief that it’s an exclusive star-studded event, you’d be wrong. There are hundreds of previews that happen all over the valley and up the canyon, and tickets are as low as $25. That may seem pricey compared to the average movie ticket, but you have to keep in mind these movies are only in theatres for a limited time compared to regular box office movies, so it’s worth the price if you want to see a certain movie with a theatre experience.

Prices vary depending on the hype of the movie and when you book your tickets, there are also ticket packages and passes, passes ranging from $100-$700. For more information visit