‘We Are Watching You’ premieres at Sundance, ‘Weird Al’ Yankovic to host event on Sundance’s first anniversary
We’re only two days away from the first ever Sundance Film Festival, and the official title is “We Are Watching You”.
We are not talking about the festival itself, though it’s certainly a nod to the show that aired on Fox last year, where Yankovski is set to guest star as a weird alchemist who is a part of a futuristic version of “Weird Science”.
But we are talking about this particular event that is set for this Sunday at Sundances first-ever Film Festival.
And this year, Yankowski has signed on to host the event, a one-hour celebration of his work, from his surrealist films to his work on the upcoming “We Wish You a Merry Christmas”.
The fest will run from October 23-29, with the premiere in the US on October 26.
But if you’re not in the country, the event is taking place on a Sunday, so we’re going to keep you updated on all the big events.
Here’s everything you need to know about the first-anniversary festival, which will take place at the Sundance Theater on Sunday, October 23.
If you’re in the United States, you can see the festival on October 24.
The festival will also feature an extended screening of “It’s A Wonderful Life” to celebrate the 90th anniversary of the film.
We hope to see you there!
This year’s festival will take on an even bigger scope.
Sundance has expanded the number of screenings from just six screenings to eight screenings, with a mix of “classic” and new titles to be screened, with special guests including Yankovsky, the likes of Jennifer Aniston, Jennifer Lopez, and many more.
All screenings will be live streamed online, which means you can catch all of the action, whether you’re a diehard fan or just curious to catch the show for the first time.
On top of that, there will be a free screening of the cult classic “The Silence of the Lambs”, with a screening of Yankowks best known film “The Life and Death of Walter Mitty”.
A free screening will also be held of the upcoming comedy “We’re Still Here”, with the film’s director, Scott Rudin, and Yankowitz star David Hasselhoff.
You can also catch the premiere of the new film, “It Came From Beneath” by Yankowsky’s daughter, Sofia Yankoff.
A panel discussion will also take place, including the likes to include actors such as Will Ferrell, John Lithgow, Michael Cera, and more.
The event will run all over town, with screenings in LA, San Francisco, NYC, New York, Los Angeles, Austin, Chicago, Atlanta, Miami, Denver, Atlanta and more, as well as a handful of screenings in major cities in the rest of the country.
So, if you want to see some of the best weird films on film, this is your festival.
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