2023 Sundance Film Festival Red Carpet Photo Gallery – Day 3

Sundance Film Festival welcomed film fans over the action-packed third day of premieres and conversations.

Yesterday’s Festival events included press lines and premieres for 5 Seasons of Revolution, A Common Sequence, Aliens Abducted My Parents And Now I Feel Kinda Left Out, A Still Small Voice, Beyond Utopia, Invisible Beauty, Joonam, Joyland, Judy Blume Forever, Kokomo City, Milisuthando, Past Lives, The Deepest Breath, The Eight Mountains, The Eternal Memory, Slow, The Persian Version, When It Melts and more

The buzzing film of the night, Infinity Pool, was attended by cast members Jeffrey Ricketts, John Ralston, Caroline Boulton, Amanda Brugel, Alexander Skarsgård, Mia Goth, Cleopatra Coleman, and director Brandon Cronenberg. Writer-director Brandon Cronenberg (Possessor, 2020 Sundance Film Festival) returned to Park City with a new sci-fi trip through the wicked exploits of foreigners abroad. Crushing violence and surreal horrors puncture this dark satire of the privileged few, centered on the depraved lead performances of Alexander Skarsgård and Mia Goth.

Other premieres included Eileen with Shea Whigham, Luke Goebel, Ottessa Moshfegh, Marin Ireland, Thomasin McKenzie, Anne Hathaway, and Director William Oldroyd attending and director Susanna Fogel, Nicholas Braun, and Emilia Jones attending the Cat Person Premiere at Eccles Center Theatre.

The third day also hosted programming of insightful conversations during the Women at Sundance Celebration where filmmakers Maryam Keshavarz, Noora Niasari, and Sierra Urich discussed the centuries-long, rich traditions of art and storytelling ingrained in Iranian culture.

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On friday, January 20th, the festival events included premieres for 20 Days in Mariupol, Against the Tide, Animalia, AUM: The Cult at the End of the World, Blueback, Fancy Dance, Fremont, Going To Mars: The Nikki Giovanni Project, Gush, Heroic, MAMACRUZ, Other People’s Children, Pianoforte, Squaring The Circle (The Story of Hipgnosis), and more along with insightful panels with topics ranging from the importance of diversity and innovation in film, and Hollywood’s progress and challenges to implement change. 

Stand-out premieres included Director Qasim Basirs’ To Live and Die and Live with cast members Skye P. Marshall, Omari Hardwick, Cory Hardrict and Maryam Basir who walked the red carpet in the NEXT category of the festival’s lineup. 

Actor Michael J. Fox presented his documentary STILL: A Michael J. Fox Movie with Director Davis Guggenheim. Fox tells his story through stylish recreations as he playfully recounts his journey with intimacy, candor and humor. Still reveals what happens when an eternal optimist confronts an incurable disease. 

Taylour Paige, Elijah Bynum, Jonathan Majors and Haley Bennett attended the premiere of their buzzy film, Magazine Dreams, with Writer-director Elijah Bynum which has garnered rave reviews and a standing ovation for Majors.

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Day 1 of the fest kicked off on Thursday, with the opening-night film Sometimes I think About Dying as director Rachel Lambert, Daisy Ridley, Lauren Beveridge, Brittany O’Grady and Bree Elrod walked the red carpet at the Library Center Theater.

Later that evening actress Rosalie Craig, Director Sophie Barthes and Emilia Clarke attended The Pod Generation Premiere at Eccles Center Theatre. The film is a social satire of detachment parenting, Sophie Barthes’ third feature delves into the fraught, comedically tantalizing relationship between technology, nature, and society.

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Opening night premieres included Little Richard: I Am Everything, The Longest Goodbye, Shayda, Kim’s Video, L’immensita, Run Rabbit Run, and Birth/Rebirth. 

The festival runs January 19-29 so check back for the latest updates at the Sundance Film Festival 2023.

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