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One of the most compelling exercises in bending the boundaries of nonfiction cinema is finally coming to theaters. Michal Marczak's All These Sleepless Nights took home the Directing Award in World Cinema Documentary Competition at the 2016 Sundance Film Festival, seducing viewers with its fever dream camerawork while prompting questions about the documentary form itself (though Marczak will tell you that the nonfiction vs. fiction dialectic is a tired one). The film follows two young men as they explore Warsaw with youthful romance, partying till sunrise and basking in the liberation afforded by one's twenties.
Below check out all of the Sundance-supported films coming to theaters and digital platforms this April.
Sunday, April 2
The D Train, directed by Jarrad Paul and Andrew Mogel (Netflix)
Friday, April 7
All These Sleepless Nights, directed by Michal Marczak
Friday, April 14
My Entire High School Sinking Into the Sea, directed by Dash Shaw
Friday, April 21
Hot Girls Wanted: Turned On (Netflix)
Friday, April 28
Casting JonBenet, directed by Kitty Green (Netflix)