Sundance 2024 Look at the US Dramatic Competition

A glance of the 10 films selected for the 2024 US Dramatic Competition of the Sundance Film Festival kicking off tomorrow. All of the films selected are having their World Premiers and this years lineup for the US Dramatic Competition brings groundbreaking American independent cinema and unique story to Park City in the hands of returning filmmakers and first time Sundance filmmakers.

Love Me directed by Sam and Andy Zuchero

Kristen Stewart and Steven Yeun appear in Love Me by Sam Zuchero and Andy Zuchero.

Between the Temples directed by Nathan Silver

Nathan Silvers off beat comedy stars Jason Schwartzman, Carol Kane, Dolly de Leon, Caroline Aaron, Robert Smigel, Madeline Weinstein

A cantor in a crisis of faith finds his world turned upside down when his grade school music teacher reenters his life as his new adult bat mitzvah student.

A Real Pain directed by Jesse Eisenberg

Writer-director Jesse Eisenberg returns to Sundance with A Real Pain starring Kieran Culkin and Jesse Eisenberg.

Mismatched cousins David and Benji reunite for a tour through Poland to honor their beloved grandmother. The adventure takes a turn when the pair’s old tensions resurface against the backdrop of their family history.

Ponyboi directed by Esteban Arango

Another talented director returning to Sundance, Esteban Arango screened his feature film debut Blast Beat in 2020. The cast includes River Gallo, Dylan O’Brien, Victoria Pedretti, Murray Bartlett, Indya Moore.

Unfolding over the course of Valentine’s Day in New Jersey, a young intersex sex worker must run from the mob after a drug deal goes sideways, forcing him to confront his past.

Exhibiting Forgiveness directed by Titus Kaphar

Utilizing his paintings to find freedom from his past, a Black artist on the path to success is derailed by an unexpected visit from his estranged father, a recovering addict desperate to reconcile. Together, they learn that forgetting might be a greater challenge than forgiving.

Suncoast directed by Laura Chinn

Woody Harrelson and Laura Linney star in writer/director Laura Chinn’s coming-of-age film debut.

Didi by Sean Wang

Good One directed by India Donaldson
Stress Positions directed by Theda Hammel

In the Summer directed by Alessandra Lacorazza


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