Accessible Films & Events

Sundance Film Festival is pleased to announce the following films will have Closed Captioning and Audio Description capabilities.

Films with both Closed Captioning & Audio Description

Aggie
Crip Camp
Cuties
Dick Johson is Dead
Horse Girl
Into the Deep
Ironbark
Lost Girls
Miss Americana
Mucho Mucho Amor (Short film, prior to screening does not have CC or AD)
Sergio
The Assistant
The Climb
The Last Thing He Wanted
The Nest

Films with Closed Captioning Only

Assassins
City So Real
Cuties
Farewell Amor
Giving Voice
Hillary
Relic
Save Yourselves
Some Kind of Heaven
Spaceship Earth
The Reason I Jump
The Reason I Jump (Sensory-Friendly Screening)
The 40 Year old version

Films with Enhanced Audio for Assistive Listening

Dick Johson is Dead
Into the Deep
Miss Americana
Mucho Mucho Amor (Short film, prior to screening does not have CC or AD)
The Assistant
The Last Thing He Wanted

Offscreen Public Events with American Sign Language (ASL) Interpreters

Friday, Jan. 24
Empowering Every Voice in Film and In The World
Kimball Arts Center
2:00pm-4:30pm

Saturday, Jan. 25
Has Industry Emphasis on Diversity & Inclusion Changed the Way We Tell Stories
Kimball Arts Center
11:30am-1:30pm

Saturday, Jan. 25
Slate’s Thirst Aid Kit
Filmmaker Lodge
4:30-6:00pm

Saturday, Jan. 25
Power of Story: Just Art (Ticket Required)
Egyptian Theatre
2:30pm-4:30pm

Sunday, Jan. 26
Digital Aerosol and the Re-imaginarium: A Fireside Chat with Kahlil Joseph and Jesse Williams
The Box at The Ray
12:00pm-1:30pm

Tuesday, Jan. 28
Black, Queer, and Unapologetic: The Shifting Lens of Storytelling in Hollywood
Filmmaker Lodge
4:30pm-6:00pm

Wednesday, Jan. 29
How Can Artists Re-Shape Politics
Filmmaker Lodge
2:00pm-3:30pm

Thursday, Jan. 30
Power of Story: People Speak (Ticket Required)
Egyptian Theatre
2:30pm-4:00pm

Friday, Jan. 31
New Aesthetics of Disability
Filmmaker Lodge
2:00pm-3:30pm

All Crip Camp screenings will have ASL Interpretation for the Intro and Q&A before and after the film.

If you have questions about films or events with closed captioning, audio description, or ASL interpretation please visit www.sundance.org/accessibility or send us a message.