Posted February 06, 2019 09:48:38 The Sundance Film Festival is a major international film festival that attracts film makers, directors, actors, producers and journalists to a large number of countries around the world.
The festival runs from January to March each year.
Sundance is known for its unique combination of high-profile films and the festival has long hosted a number of special films.
Here are some of the highlights from this year’s festival.
Sundances top two films from 2017 1.
The Martian: Ridley Scott’s Ridley Scott has been nominated for the Oscar for best director for his blockbuster film The Martian, which he directed with his brother Joe.
The film is nominated for best picture for best screenplay.
However, a lot of people are not sure what this film is about and what it is about is the first time the film’s title was revealed to the public.
The title of the film was announced on February 6 and has not been revealed in the film itself.
The Last Airbender: Stephen Chow’s film The Last AIRBENDER, starring Richard Dreyfuss as a military pilot, has been named best animated feature at Sundance.
The movie was nominated for an Academy Award in 2016 for best animated film.
The Walking Dead: Andrew Lincoln and David Morrissey’s AMC series The WALKING DEAD was named best drama series at Sundances film festival.
Sundays top two female filmmakers: Kathryn Bigelow’s award-winning documentary MOSES and Mia Wasikowska’s award winning film THE LAST SINGLE.
The best film festival posters and prizes from 2017: The following is a selection of the best poster and prize posters from the 2017 Sundance Festival.
The Best Poster Best Poster of the Festival by The Weinstein Company The Best Poster of Sundance 2017 by The Harvey Weinstein Company Best Poster at Sundays Film Festival by Cinefilms The Best Sundance Poster by The Ritz-Carlton The Best Film Poster from the Sundays Festival by Sundance Cinemas The Golden Globes Best Picture Poster by DisneyThe Oscars Best Film poster for “The Last Air Bender” by Steven Soderbergh by The Sundances Film Festival