Sundance Film Festival

Hosted in Park City, Sundance Film Festival is one of the largest independent film festivals in the world. With additional venue locations in Salt Lake City, Ogden and at the Sundance Mountain Resort, and great access to some of the best skiing in the world, it only makes sense to pair the festival's promising films with more Utah experiences. You could even expand your trip to include some of the top film tourism sites in the western United States.

Park City Film Tourism

Attending Sundance

Visit to learn more about attending the upcoming Sundance Film Festival, slated for January 18-28, 2024.

Skiing During Sundance

Park City Mountain and Deer Valley are within minutes of the diverse dining and shopping on Park City's Historic Main Street. If you travel to other film venues, consider Sundance Mountain Resort. Founded by Robert Redford, the resort is a cozy getaway in a dramatic alpine landscape. Salt Lake City and Ogden are both gateways to multiple world-class ski resorts with thousands of additional acres. Learn more about planning your ski trip.


Sundance, Full Circle

Written By Cody Kirkland

8 minute read

When visiting the Sundance Film Festival in Utah, movies are only part of the experience.

Northern, Food & Drink, Guided Experiences, Film Tourism, Ski Resorts, Arts, Winter Sports, Festivals and Events, Community

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