‘The Climb’ Screening and Q&a Will Be Broadcast to Theaters Nationwide from Sundance

‘The Climb’ Screening and Q&a Will Be Broadcast to Theaters Nationwide from Sundance
Can’t make it to Sundance? In a first-of-its-kind program, the festival is coming to you: In a collaboration with Trafalgar Releasing and Sony Pictures Classics, the Sundance premiere of “The Climb” and the post-screening Q&a will be simulcast to 10 theaters across the country on January 26. The film is about two best friends whose close bond is threatened after one sleeps with the other’s fiancee.

The Climb” is a feature-length expansion of Michael Angelo Covino’s short film of the same name, which premieired at Sundance in 2018. The feature, written by Covino and Kyle Marvin, won the Coup de Coeur Prize after its premiere in the Cannes’ Un Certain Regard section last year and later screened at Telluride and Toronto.

The theatrical simulcast will come from Trafalgar Releasing, the London-based company known for bringing events such as Coldplay, Khalid, and Depeche Mode concerts, opera performances, and plays into cinemas.
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