The Sundance Now on-demand library contains a wide range of award-winning documentaries, films and TV shows — including a growing stable of Sundance Now original productions.
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How Much Content is Available On-Demand From Sundance Now?
Sundance has a small, but very high quality library of content. This includes nearly four dozen TV shows and more than one hundred feature films and documentaries.
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What Kind of Content Can I Expect From the Sundance Now On-Demand Library?
Sundance Now was created through a merger of Sundance Now’s indie video-on-demand service and the cable channel’s documentary streaming service DocClub. That blend of content is still what you’ll find from today’s Sundance Now.
Documentaries on Sundance Now
Sundance Now subscribers will find about fifty documentary films as well as several documentary TV series.
Man on Wire is the award-winning film about Phillipe Petit’s daring 1974 attempt to walk a high wire strung between the twin towers of the World Trade Center. The documentary is as compelling for the suspense of Petit’s stunt as it is poignant for the loss of the towers thirty seven years later.
Cold Blooded: The Clutter Family Murders is a four-episode documentary series about the murders that inspired Truman Capote’s true crime work “In Cold Blood”. The directors combine interviews, archival footage and re-enactments to “separate fact from sensationalism”.
TV Shows on Sundance Now
Sundance Now has adapted Umberto Eco’s mystery novel The Name of the Rose into an eight episode miniseries starring James Turturro. His character, William of Baskerville, is a Franciscan monk who stumbles onto a murder at a Benedictine Abbey. Produced for Italy’s national broadcaster Rai 1, Sundance Now secured exclusive streaming rights.
Rosehaven is a more light-hearted option from Down Under. The romantic comedy is set in Australia’s Tasmania where childhood friends Daniel and Emma reconnect after returning home and must learn to cope with the “charming, but deeply eccentric” townfolk.
Films on Sundance Now
Sundance Now is a great option for fans of foreign films. Ma Ma, for example, is a Spanish film starring Penélope Cruz as a woman recently diagnosed with breast cancer and tells her story of the treatment and aftermath. Although it received mixed reviews, Cruz was universally praised for her performance.
For fans of costume dramas, the Danish production A Royal Affair is set in the royal court of 18th Century Denmark and follows the doomed affair between Queen Mathilda of Denmark (Alicia Vikander) and the royal physician (Mads Mikkelsen).
Does Sundance Now On-Demand Content Have Commercials?
No, Sundance Now’s content is completely free of advertising. Your monthly or annual subscription supports the streaming service.
What Apps Can I Use to Watch Sundance Now On-Demand?
Sundance Now is available on all of the major desktop, mobile and streaming platforms. For full details, check out the article Sundance Now Device Support – Amazon Fire TV, Roku, and More.