2023 Sundance Film Festival

What to Watch at the 2023 Festival: Here’s Every Feature Film, Short Film, and Indie Episodic Available Online

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Sundance is for everyone. This is an unwavering fact that’s part of our DNA at the Institute and we’re thrilled to embody this through the 2023 Film Festival. Today, we’re so excited to expand the Fest to our Online community, spreading the best and brightest of independent storytelling and filmmaking as far and wide as possible!

Below you’ll find the complete list of features, shorts, and indie episodic projects that our online Festivalgoers can watch, starting today, on-demand throughout the rest of our Festival. From instant Festival favorites and eye-opening documentaries to innovative shorts and series, we’ve got you covered for whatever you want to watch from your couch, floor, bed, or anywhere!

After you look at this stacked alphabetical list and you realize that you might want to grab a few more films to add to your favorites list, head over and get some single film tickets while they last!

Happy Festing!

20 Days in Mariupol 

5 Seasons of Revolution

The Accidental Getaway Driver

Against The Tide

AirHostess-737

Aliens Abducted My Parents and Now I Feel Kinda Left Out

All Dirt Roads Taste of Salt 

The Amazing Maurice

Animalia

AUM: The Cult at the End of the World

Azheh

Baba

Bad Behaviour

Bad Press

Beyond Utopia

Bigger on the Inside

Bravo, Burkina!

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BurgerWorld

By Water

Call Me Mommy

Cat Person

Chanshi

Christopher at Sea

Claudio’s Song

A Common Sequence

The Dalles

The Disappearance of Shere Hite

Divinity

The Eight Mountains

The Eternal Memory

Fair Play

The Family Circus

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Fancy Dance

Fantastic Machine

The Flying Sailor

A Folded Ocean

Food and Country

Fremont

fur

Garrano

Girl

Going to Mars: The Nikki Giovanni Project

Going Varsity in Mariachi

Gush

Hawaiki

Headdress

Help Me Understand

Heroic

I AM HOME

I Have No Tears, and I Must Cry

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L’ Immensità

In the Big Yard Inside the Teeny-Weeny Pocket

In The Flesh

Inglorious Liaisons

Iron Butterflies

Is There Anybody Out There?

It’s Raining Frogs Outside

Jamojaya

Joonam

Joyland

The Kidnapping of the Bride

Kim’s Video

King Coal

KOKOMO CITY

Kylie

Last Things

Life Without Dreams

A Little Prayer

Little Richard: I Am Everything

Liturgy of anti-tank obstacles

The Longest Goodbye

Magazine Dreams

MAMACRUZ

Mami Wata 

Margie Soudek’s Salt and Pepper Shakers

Milisuthando

Mirror Party

Mulika

Murder in Big Horn

Mutt

Nam June Paik: Moon is the Oldest TV

The Newt Congress

The Night Logan Woke Up

Nocturnal Burger

Onyx the Fortuitous and the Talisman of Souls

Other People’s Children

OURIKA!

Oxytocin

Parker

La Pecera (The Fishbowl) 

The Persian Version 

Pianoforte

Pipes

Poacher

Power Signal

Pro Pool

Rest Stop

Ricky

Run Rabbit Run

Scrapper

The Sea on the Day When the Magic Returns

Sèt Lam

Shayda

Shirampari: Legacies of the River

Shortcomings

Simo

Slow

Smoke Sauna Sisterhood 

Sometimes I Think About Dying

Sorcery

Squaring the Circle (The Story of Hipgnosis)

The Starling Girl 

A Still Small Voice

The Stroll

Sunflower Siege Engine

Sweatshop Girl

Take Me Home

Tender

Theater Camp

A Thousand and One

Thriving: A Dissociated Reverie

To Live and Die and Live

TROY

The Tuba Thieves

Twice Colonized

Unborn Biru

The Vacation

Victim/Suspect

Walk of Shame

We Were Meant To

Weapons and Their Names

Well Wishes My Love, Your Love

When It Melts

When You Left Me On That Boulevard

White Ant

Will You Look At Me

Willie Nelson and Family

Young. Wild. Free.

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