Tickets go on sale tomorrow for the Sundance London Film Festival, which kicks off on 25th April. The weekend long film bash has a strong line-up, headlined by none other than loveable Brits Steve Coogan and Rob Brydon in all-drinking, all-bickering comedy ‘The Trip to Italy’.
There’s also the slightly odd ‘Frank’, in which Michael Fassbender plays a completely weird rockstar shaped bloke inspired by Frank Sidebottom.
American efforts include romcom spoof ‘They Came Together’, starring Paul Rudd, as well as ‘Persepolis’ featuring Ryan Reynolds and Anna Kendrick. Director Marjane Satrapi will be showing black comedy ‘The Voices’, and there’ll even be something called ABORTION COMEDY (apparently this exists), called ‘Obvious Child’.
There are also tonnes of great documentaries to look forward to, from ‘Finding Fela!’, a profile of the Nigerian musical genius and freedom fighter Fela Kuti to ‘Dinosaur 13′, which focusses on the discovery of a T-Rex skeleton in South Dakota which led to a criminal case.
Find out more about the indie spectacular here.
Tickets go on sale on Friday March 28 at 9am.