Sundance: The Ones To Watch

Mimi ON Jan 24, 2011 AT 5:03 pm

Sundance Film Festival

Sundance Film Festival

The Sundance Film Festival not only features better-known actors and actresses in Hollywood, but they also have those indie flicks we all love to watch.

Here is a list of a few to keep an eye out for at this years Festival.

1. Perfect Sense - Staring Ewan McGregor (Star Wars-voice of Obi Wan Kenobi) and Eva Green. Three words, Love and Epidemic. This film takes us on a ride with Susan (Eva) an epidemiologist who encounters a patient that experiences a sudden urge to cry, and then loses his sense of smell. All across the world people start experiencing strange symptoms that affect their emotions, then their senses. How does the world react to a global pandemic? Find out in this romantic thriller!

2. Like Crazy- A new rising star from London, Ms. Felicity Jones stars alongside Anton Yelchin, of the rebooted Star Trek. It is a story about young love when Jones’ character that is British and Yelchin’s is American, meet at college in Los Angeles. Needless to say they fall madly in love and are faced with the hardships of a long distant relationship and the hardships young love brings.

Elizabeth Olsen spotted at the Sundance Film Festival on 22 Janaury 2011

Elizabeth Olsen spotted at the Sundance Film Festival on 22 Janaury 2011

3. Fly Paper - A man (Patrick Dempsey) is caught in the middle of two simultaneous robberies at the same bank. He tries to protect the pretty teller (Ashley Judd) whom he is actually in love with.

4. Homework - George (Freddie Highmore) made it to his senior year with out once doing homework. He is befriended by Sally (Emma Roberts) a school beauty who is both popular and complicated. She see’s George as a kindred spirit. It’s a fun coming-of-age film.

5. Martha Marcy May Marlene - This film also stars rising star, Elizabeth Olsen. It is about a young girl trying to start her life again after escaping a cult.

6. Submarine - Directed by British comedian, Richard Ayoade, this film is another coming of age movie about a young boy named Oliver who seems to be completely confused about his adolescence. It is based on the novel by Joe Dunthorne.

These are just a select few of the many films being presented at this year’s Sundance Film Festival but we wanted to pick a couple to keep an eye out for in case you’re up for something new!

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