So Here’s What Happened’s Most Anticipated Films at Sundance 2020

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The 2020 Sundance Film Festival is here, and I’m so excited to be attending as press for So Here’s What Happened! In anticipation of all the films I intend to see during my week there, I’ve listed the ones I’m most looking forward to. , As part of my coverage I’ll be tweeting about the films I see and other activities that catch my interest throughout my time in Park City, so be sure to follow my twitter account @Carriecnh12 and the hashtag #SHWHSundance20.

Zola by Janicza Bravo, U.S. Dramatic Competition

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The 40-Year-Old Version by Radha Blank, U.S. Dramatic Competition

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Be Water by Bao Nguyen, U.S. Documentary Competition

Minari by Lee Isaac Chung, U.S. Dramatic Competition

Miss Juneteenth by Channing Godfrey Peoples, U.S. Dramatic Competition

The Last Thing He Wanted by Dee Rees, Premieres

Sylvie’s Love by Eugene Ashe, U.S. Dramatic Competition

His House by Remi Weekes, Midnight Program

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The festival runs January 23 – February 2. You can email us at, and follow the ladies on social media at @CarrieCnh12@La_Ney_Sha, and the podcast’s official Twitter account @SHWH_Pod  but be warned, we tweet a lot.

All images courtesy of Sundance 2020.