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Sundance London is marking the 30th anniversary of its parent film festival with screenings of three of its greatest success stories.
Ain't Them Bodies Saints
IN A NUTSHELL
Sundance alumni David Lowery has created a doom-laden Bonnie and Clyde mood-piece with some fine central performances.
British Sea Power will be performing their original score alongside a screening of a documentary portraying the UK's coastline at the Sundance film and music festival at the Indigo2.
The six-piece will appear on April 28, the closing night of the festival, alongside director Penny Woolcock's From The Land To The Sea.
Sundance London, which brought indie films and stars to Greenwich earlier this year, will return in 2013 and 2014.
Sundance president Robert Redford, who attended many events at The O2, had always said a repeat was down to the reception the export received.
Greenwich is dusting off its party shoes and preparing for a truly spectacular week of entertainment in the Royal Borough.
Not only has it lined up a couple of long awaited launches, the start of a 26.2 mile race and an international film festival, the Queen is topping the guest list.