Sundance 2020 Announces Features Lineup: Films From Rees, Zeitlin, Plus Surprise Taylor Swift Doc
The 2020 Sundance Film Festival has announced its entire feature film lineup for the January gathering. The 11-day event will showcase 118 features, including premieres from Sundance regulars and newcomers alike. The announcement includes all four competition sections, the high-profile Premieres and Documentary Premieres lineup, plus the films selected for the forward-thinking NEXT section, the Kids lineup, and the Midnight films.
The 2020 feature film lineup includes a number of highly anticipated 2020 titles, including the premiere of Jim Rash and Nat Faxon’s remake of the Swedish dark comedy Force Majeure (now titled Downhill), Julie Taymor’s inventive Gloria Steinem biopic The Glorias, Liz Garbus’ narrative debut Lost Girls, Michael Almereyda’s Nikola Tesla biopic Tesla, and Alan Ball’s Uncle Frank. On the documentary front, Lana Wilson’s Taylor Swift-centric entry, Miss Americana, will also make a surprise debut at the festival, premiering on its first day. Meanwhile, Ron Howard makes his latest foray into non-fiction with a documentary about the horrific wildfire in Paradise, California.
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