The 2022 Sundance Film Festival Short Film Tour is a 95-minute theatrical program of 7 short films curated from the 2022 Sundance Film Festival short film program, including three titles that won Festival awards. Considered the premier showcase for short films and the launchpad for many now-prominent independent filmmakers, the Festival includes a mix of fiction, documentary, and animated shorts that are funny, sad, inspirational, and full of strong characters.
7 films in 95 minutes (Original Languages with English Subtitles)
France/Libanon 2021 – 15 min – Live Action
A Syrian migrant working as a crane operator in Beirut volunteers to cover a shift on one of the most dangerous cranes, where he is able to find his freedom.
USA 2021 – 13 min – Live Action
Audrey, a New York City comedian who can make a joke of any situation, faces a staggering challenge in the beautiful mountains of Oregon. Can this city woman overcome her fears and rise?
Lewie Kloster, Noah Kloster
USA 2021 – 9 min – Animation
Smuggling – In 1982, the completion of Jim Jarmusch’s sophomore film, Stranger Than Paradise, hinged on producer Sara Driver’s willingness and ability to smuggle one of the world’s rarest films.
USA 2022 – 13 min – Live Action
Lil’ Ant is obsessed with Pegasus, the Greek mythological character, since first learning about him at school in Watts, California. He begins to notice imaginary airplane people around his home.
USA 2022 – 15 min – Live Action
When romantically inexperienced Enid meets the man of her dreams, she panics and decides the safest thing to do is rent a man from a questionable website to learn how to navigate dating.
Gabrielle Selnet, Adam Sillard, Chloé Farr,
France 2022 – 8 min – Animation
Having just arrived in paradise, Jerome sets out to find his wife Maryline. In the course of his search, he sinks into a surreal and colorful world in which no one seems to be able to help him.
Indonesia/France 2021 – 20 min – Live Action
Among football fans
In a city where men have to go crazy about football, Akbar has to pretend to love the game in order to prevent rejection from his new college friends. He tries his best.