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Sundance Film Festival 2021: Zola1818

RELEASE DATE: 01/08/2021

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Be the first to see the best of the Festival from across the pond with our exclusive Sundance Film Festival: London Tour preview screening of Zola.

2015: Zola, or @zolarmoon, tweets “wanna hear a story about why me & this girl here fell out???????? It's kind of long but full of suspense.” Thus begins a Twitter thread that would go down in history, and from it comes Zola, an acidic, hypnotic thrill-ride from director Janicza Bravo, writer Jeremy O. Harris, and the woman herself (depicted in a star-making performance by Taylour Page). Zola, a Detroit waitress, finds herself flung into a friendship with the chaotic Stefani (Riley Keough), a stripper en route to Florida for a 'hoe trip'. Zola’s seduced into joining her to make some quick cash – but their journey soon becomes a sleepless 48-hour odyssey involving a lot more than she bargained for.

This screening will include a special introduction and Q&A between Sundance festival organisers and director Janicza Bravo. 

Zola contains a sequence of flashing lights which might affect customers who are susceptible to photo-sensitive epilepsy.

CAST: Taylour Paige, Colman Domingo, Riley Keough
DIRECTOR: Janicza Bravo
RUN TIME: 2 hours 0 minute
RELEASE DATE: 01/08/2021

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