Sundance 2014: Your Guide to the Festival's Best Black Films
Diversity at the Sundance film festival is at an all-time high.
Sundance is the premiere festival in the United States for independent filmmaking, so when the festival schedules nearly two dozen films with either black lead actors and/or filmmakers for the upcoming 2014 event, it’s hard not to take notice.
The curators for Sundance have been on a role premiering the best in African American and multicultural cinema like Ryan Coogler’s Frutivale Station and Ava Duvernay’s Middle of Nowhere, and this year is no different. From the short film Afronauts to Justin Simien’s eagerly anticipated Dear White People, here are the films we'll be lining up to see during this year’s Sundance Film Festival.
Which films are you the most excited to see?