What to Watch in June

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From one of the most bloodcurdling psychological horror movies to ever hit the Sundance Film Festival (Hereditary) to a nostalgia-inducing, heartwarming doc about America’s most beloved children’s public television show host (Won’t You Be My Neighbor), June’s releases feature a little bit of everything on the movie-watching mood spectrum.

Among the newly released films is the 2018 Festival crowd-pleaser Three Identical Strangers, which delves into the true account of three men who discovered at age 19 that they were triplets—and that’s just the start of the story. When director Tim Wardle first came across the old news story from the 1980s and started digging deeper, it took so many unbelievable twists and turns that he knew it was “the single best documentary story I had ever come across.”

Check out all of the Sundance-supported films coming to theaters and digital platforms this month.

Friday, June 1

American Animals, directed by Bart Layton


A Kid Like Jake, directed by Silas Howard


Friday, June 8

Hereditary, directed by Ari Aster


Hearts Beat Loud, directed by Brett Haley


Nancy, directed by Christina Choe


Won’t You Be My Neighbor?, directed by Morgan Neville


The Workers Cup, directed by Adam Sobel


Friday, June 15

The Yellow Birds, directed by Alexandre Moors


Friday, June 22

The Catcher Was a Spy, directed by Ben Lewin


Damsel, directed by David and Nathan Zellner


Friday, June 29

Leave No Trace, directed by Debra Granik


Three Identical Strangers, directed by Tim Wardle


Looking for more?

Get to know filmmaker Bart Layton (American Animals), Ben Lewin (The Catcher Was a Spy), and other Sundance alumni directors below.







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