Here’s How to Follow the Festival from Anywhere in the World

The Egyptian Theater on Main Street in Park City.

Nate von Zumwalt

If you can’t join us in Park City for the festivities this year (or if your fest schedule is already booked to the brim), we’ve got your back. is once again presenting tons of live video and editorial coverage of film premieres, panels, and music, as well as up-to-the-minute updates on Twitter, Instagram, and other social media. Read on for all of the ways we’re bringing the Festival to you direct from Utah.


Tune into daily live streams, including intimate conversations at Cinema Café, two heavy-hitting Power of Story panels, the Awards Ceremony, and plenty of other unique Festival moments. All live streams are available on and at

Day One Press Conference

Kick off the 2019 Festival with Sundance Institute founder and president Robert Redford, executive director Keri Putnam, Sundance Film Festival director John Cooper, Sundance Film Festival director of programming Kim Yutani, and senior programmers David Courier, Shari Frilot, Caroline Libresco, and John Nein.

Cinema Cafe

A daily series of informal chats between filmmakers and artists aimed at reviving the culture of conversation.

Friday, January 25, 11:30 a.m-12:30 p.m MT
with Jackie Chan
TimesTalks moderated by Kyle Buchanan

Saturday, January 26, 11:30 a.m-12:30 p.m. MT
with Ashton Sanders and KiKi Layne
TimesTalks Moderated by Kyle Buchanan

Sunday, January 27, 11:30 a.m.-12:30 p.m. MT
with Chiwetel Ejiofor and Boots Riley
TimesTalks Moderated by Kyle Buchanan

Monday, January 28, 11:30 a.m-12:30 p.m. MT
Jenny Slate and Ed Helms
TimesTalks Moderated by Kyle Buchanan

Cinema Cafe Day 5 (Panelists TBA)
Tuesday, January 29, 11:30 a.m.-12:30 p.m. MT

Cinema Cafe Day 6 (Panelists TBA)
Wednesday, January 30, 11:30 a.m.-12:30 p.m. MT

Friday, February 1, 11:30 a.m.-12:30 p.m. MT
Tessa Thompson and Jane Campion


Power of Story: Makers of the New Narrative Revolution
Saturday, January 26, 2:30 p.m.–4:00 p.m. MT

Bolstered by the breathtaking palate of emerging media, visionary artists are deviating from norms and reinventing storytelling as we know it. Terence Nance (As Told To G/D Thyself, Random Acts of Flyness), Reggie Watts (Runnin’), John Gaeta (senior vice president of creative strategy, Magic Leap), Stephanie Dinkins (Not the Only One), and Sarah Ellis (The Seven Ages of Man; director of digital development, Royal Shakespeare Company) look at the tantalizing futurescape of story.

Power of Story: Pushing Boundaries
Thursday, January 31, 2:30 p.m.–4:00 p.m. MT

Maintaining the freedom to shatter prevailing orthodoxies, reframe moral perspectives, and push the boundaries of accepted norms, artists don’t lead us to safety but away from it, out of our comfort zones. With Rick Alverson (The Mountain), Mads Brügger (Cold Case Hammarskjöld), Kitty Green (Casting JonBenet), Penny Lane (Hail Satan?), and Asad J. Malik (A Jester’s Tale),

Awards Ceremonies

Shorts Program Awards and Party
Tuesday, January 29, 9:00 p.m. MT

Awards Night Ceremony
Hosted by Marianna Palka
Saturday, February 2, 7:30 p.m. MT


Put the festival in your pocket with the official 2019 Sundance Film Festival mobile app is free and available on iPhones via the Apple Store or Android phones via Google Play. Get the App.

  • Real-time Festival event guide and schedule that can be sorted by Title, Category, Date, or Location
  • Personalize your favorites and customize your own schedule
  • Connect to Sundance Institute’s social media channels and share your experiences
  • Get visitor Information regarding shuttles, venue locations and ticket options



@SundanceFest – The official handle of the Sundance Film Festival. Follow for exclusive content, live updates, talent takeovers, and more. Check out the slate of artists set to take over our Twitter handle throughout the fest.

January 24: Shola Amoo
January 25: Tayarisha Poe (NEXT)
January 26: Kamasi Washington (New Frontier Shorts)
January 27: Rick Alverson (Spotlight)
January 28: Colson Baker aka MGK (U.S. Dramatic)
January 29: Stanley Nelson (Doc Premiers)
January 30: Chris Milk (New Frontier)
January 31: Penny Lane (U.S. Documentary)
February 1: Lulu Wang (U.S. dramatic)
February 2: JD Dillard (Midnight)

@SundanceOrg: Year-round news and information about Sundance Institute’s wide array of artist programs and labs.


The go-to source for everything you need to experience the Sundance Film Festival online. Follow for exclusive content, daily recaps, major announcements, photo albums, press coverage, and more. Like us at


Follow @SundanceOrg on Instagram for a visual showcase of daily event highlights, and behind-the-scenes “Stories” coverage of press lines and events.


The Sundance Film Festival YouTube Channel is home to our live streams, Meet the Artist videos, and other exclusive filmmaker and artist interviews.


Visit for daily coverage of film premieres, Q&As, panels, and other events taking place over the 10 days of the festival. We’re dispatching our team of writers all around Park City to keep you up to speed with the biggest stories coming out of the Festival. Click here to sign up for the Sundance Institute newsletter to receive daily highlights from the 2019 Festival.

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