Sundance Film Festival is known for giving independent movies the chance to shine, and this year is no different with films such as Netflix Original Velvet Buzzsaw, The Report starring Adam Driver, and Jacob Estes's Relive set to premiere throughout the festival, which runs from January 24 to February 3. But unless you're heading off to Utah soon, it'll be a while before we get to see this year's offerings ourselves, so, in the meantime, let's take a look at some of the best Sundance Film Festival movies to have come out of the festival in previous years. While Sundance is predominately known for indie movies, that doesn't mean you've never heard of some of its movies. When it comes to which films from this year's festival we'll still be talking about for years to come, we'll have to wait and see, but for now, here's the best Sundance Film Festival movies everyone should watch at least once.
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Take a look at the list below of the movies you will be hearing about all of next year. Sundance Institute U. Director: Ben Lewin. The true story of Moe Berg — professional baseball player, Ivy League graduate, attorney who spoke nine languages — and a top-secret spy for the OSS who helped the U. Director: Gus Van Sant.
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The Sundance festival, long a top venue for gay-themed film, this year offered a documentary on the legal battle over gay marriage in California and a drama on a girl coming to terms with her mother's transition to a man. And in the alternative Slamdance festival, a popular documentary looked at conversion therapy practiced by some evangelical Christian groups, which gay rights activists view as brainwashing and coercion. The trend in LGBT films shown at Sundance in recent years, festival watchers say, is toward a less stereotypical representation of the community as equality takes hold. Filmmakers "are making the viewer use their brain more, and it's great," said Lance Bass, a former member of boy band N'Sync who came out as gay in and is now involved in the film business.
Luckily, from the looks of it, the start of the new decade promises to continue on that upward trajectory. Like a Boss : January 10th. A hard R-rated comedy starring comedienne extraordinaire Tiffany Haddish and the perennially underrated Rose Byrne as two women running their own cosmetics company? Sign me up. Underwater : January 10th.