The 2022 festival, like the 2021 edition, is happening virtual.
For the second year in a row, Sundance Film Festival will not be showing the film in Utah – because of the COVID-19 pandemic.
The Sundance Institute, the nonprofit arts group that runs the festival, announced Wednesday that it will directly cancel the in-person portion of its 2022 hybrid festival that had been scheduled in Utah due to a recent spike in coronavirus cases.
For now, the studio will only stream its group of films online, from January 20 to 30.
“While it is a profound loss not to have had a first-hand experience in Utah, we do not believe that bringing together thousands of artists, audiences, staff, volunteers and partners from around world is not possible with 11- festival organizers said in a statement.
The festival will only take place online in 2021, but organizers have planned a combined festival – with screenings back at locations in Park City and Salt Lake City, as well as online. , in 2022.
– This is a developing story and will be updated.
https://www.sltrib.com/artsliving/2022/01/05/sundance-film-festival/ Sundance Film Festival cancels live screenings in Utah amid COVID-19 spike