Julia Louis-Dreyfus’s critically acclaimed new movie lands UK premiere
Calling all Sundance Film Festival: London attendees. Marvel star Julia Louis-Dreyfus will head to Sundance Film Festival: London this summer with her critically lauded indie movie You Hurt My Feelings.
Written and directed by The Last Duel’s Nicole Holofcener and co-starring Tobias Menzies, Michaela Watkins, Owen Teague and David Cross, the film follows a novelist whose longstanding marriage gets “suddenly upended” while overhearing her husband’s reaction to her new book.
Other movies being shown at the festival – which runs for four days from July 6 – include Talk to Me, Scrapper, Passages, Past Lives, Mutt and Fairyland.
“We are looking forward to introducing a wonderful selection of films to audiences in London and can’t wait to be back at Picturehouse Central, a rep told MarkMeets.com.
“These films are provocative, moving, and entertaining, and created by some truly visionary storytellers. We know that alongside a compelling series of conversations and industry programme, it will be an outstanding 10th edition of the Festival.”
Picturehouse Cinemas managing director Clare Binns added: “We are delighted to host the tenth Sundance Film Festival: London showcasing the finest independent cinema direct from the 2023 Sundance Film Festival held in January.
“We look forward to celebrating with the London film community in July for an exciting 4 days filled with bold and thrilling UK premieres on the big screen, inspiring talks and special guest appearances.”
Louis-Dreyfus’s latest comedy-drama is currently sitting at 9/10 rating, with critics praising her performance as well as Holofcener’s writing.
You Hurt My Feelings premieres in the UK this July at the Sundance Film Festival: London.
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