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EIGHTH GRADE wins MUBI Audience Favourite Award at the 2018 Sundance Film Festival: London

Amy Adrion awarded the Picturehouse #WhatNext Prize for Half the Picture 


Bo Burnham (director of Eighth Grade) and Amy Adrion (director of Half The Picture)



Picturehouse Central, 3 June 2018 — Sundance Institute and Picturehouse announced tonight that the 2018 Sundance Film Festival: London’s Audience Favourite award, sponsored by MUBI, was presented to Eighth Grade directed by Bo Burnham.  Director Amy Adrion was awarded a special Picturehouse #WhatNext Prize, sponsored by MUBI, and chosen by the programming team of Sundance Film Festival: London. Both Bo Burnham and Amy Adrion win lifetime subscriptions to MUBI.


Thirteen-year-old Kayla endures the tidal wave of contemporary suburban adolescence as she makes her way through the last week of middle school — the end of her thus far disastrous eighth grade year — before she begins high school.


Eighth Grade had its International premiere at Sundance Film Festival: London following its World Premiere at the 2018 Sundance Film Festival in Park City, Utah, U.S.A. Festivalgoers voted in the thousands for their favourite films across the four-day event at Picturehouse Central for this Audience Favourite Award.


The special Picturehouse #WhatNext prize was awarded to Amy Adrion for the way her documentary Half the Picture represents key female voices and helps amplify the conversation around the treatment of female directors in Hollywood. With seven out of the twelve films presented in the main programme directed by women, the 2018 Sundance London festival celebrated female talent and asked #WhatNext for a fairer film future.


Half the Picture had its European premiere at Sundance Film Festival: London following its World Premiere at the 2018 Sundance Film Festival in Park City, Utah, U.S.A.


At a pivotal moment for gender equality in Hollywood, successful women directors tell the stories of their art, lives and careers. Having endured a long history of systemic discrimination, women filmmakers may be getting the first glimpse of a future that values their voices equally.


The Sundance Film Festival: London took place from 31 May – 3 June at Picturehouse Central, presenting 12 feature films from this year's Sundance Film Festival in Park City, Utah, U.S.A, including a surprise film screening of Bart Layton’s American Animals, alongside two short film programmes and four special events.


Over 30 filmmakers and actors attended the festival to introduce their films and participate in audience Q&As, including Toni Collette and Ari Aster for the Time Out Gala film Hereditary; Ethan Hawke for First Reformed; Idris Elba and cast members from his directorial debut Yardie; and Crystal Moselle and the cast of Skate Kitchen.


The 2018 Sundance Film Festival: London was supported by: Presenting Partner – Adobe; Lead Partner – SundanceTV Global; Media Partners – Time Out and Evening Standard; Event Partners – MUBI and the Utah Office of Tourism; Hotel Partner – The May Fair Hotel; Drinks Partner – Hop House Lager; and Official Provider - Picturehouse Central and Picturehouse West End.