2015 Sundance Film Festival Program will be announced in mid-December. Enjoy 2014 Festival Program below.

Shorts Programs

Limited only by run time, and driven by innovation and experimentation, short films transcend the rules of conventional storytelling. From cutting-edge animation to the best in Native and documentary cinema, these Shorts Programs inspire filmmaking’s most original imaginations. Presented by YouTube.
Animation Spotlight

Astigmatismo A boy loses his glasses and can only see one thing in focus at a time. With his sight shaped by the sounds around him, he must learn to explore a blurry world… »

Documentary Shorts Program I

Godka Cirka (A Hole in the Sky) Young Alifa looks up at the Somali sky and thinks about her daily life as a shepherdess. She knows the day that will change her life forever… »

Documentary Shorts Program II

I Think This Is the Closest to How the Footage Looked Short Film Jury Award: Non-fiction A man with poor means recreates a lost memory of the last day with his mom. Objects… »

Short Award Winners Presented by YouTube
Shorts Program I

Allergy to Originality A humorous, animated op doc explores the rich history of adaptation, plagiarism, and other forms of appropriation in art. Butter Lamp A photographer… »

Shorts Program II

The Bravest, the Boldest Two army casualty-notification officers arrive at the Harlem projects to deliver some news to Sayeeda Porter about her son serving in the war overseas.… »

Shorts Program III

2 Girls 1 Cake Two girls reunite after a traumatic near-death experience, which occurs in 10 central minutes of 24-year-old Julie's life. She stands face to face with unbearable… »

Shorts Program IV

Afronauts It's July 16, 1969: America is preparing to launch Apollo 11. Thousands of miles away, the Zambia Space Academy hopes to beat America to the moon in this film inspired… »

Shorts Program V

Burger Short Film Special Jury Award for Direction and Ensemble Acting It's late night in a burger bar in Wales... Black Mulberry In a small, remote mining town in the Republic… »