The Mill at Sundance 2020

News January 8, 2020

We’re excited to once again be attending Sundance Film Festival 2020 with a host of feature-length and short films graded by Mill colorists across the globe.


Celebrating independent film and multimedia storytelling experiences, Sundance brings together filmmakers and audiences in Utah’s Park City to see some of the year’s most hotly anticipated films from fresh new perspectives.


The Mill previously saw Sundance success with critically acclaimed films such as Honey Boy, The Last Black Man in San Francisco and Yellow Birds. This year we’re looking forward to a handful of new features including:


Omniboat: A Fast Boat Fantasia

Graded By: Fergus McCall, Nicholas Metcalf, Josh Bohoskey & Mikey Rossiter

Big-time real estate developer Jim Cummings is seeking investments in his new Miami condo skyscraper designed to fulfill people’s hopes and desires. He explains that Miami was once total swampland at the edge of the country before it was willed into a metropolis of endless summer: the perfect setting for a wild adventure.

Omniboat: A Fast Boat Fantasia

Some Kind of Heaven 

Graded by: Damien Van Der Cruyssen & Josh Bohoskey

Inside the palm-tree-lined streets of The Villages, America’s largest and most utopian retirement community in central Florida, we meet four residents living on the margins, struggling to find happiness. Referred to as the “Disneyland for Retirees,” this preplanned community offers perfectly manicured lawns, singles mixers, bocce ball, and countless activities to re-energize the golden years of life.

While most of “the Villagers” have bought into the packaged positivity, Barbara, Dennis, and couple Anne and Reggie each struggle to find their footing in this fantasy land as they seek new purpose, look for second love, and navigate the extremes of mental deterioration.


Some Kind of Heaven


Graded by: Damien Van Der Cruyssen

Zola meets Jessica at a restaurant where Zola waitresses, and the two immediately click over pole dancing. Only a day after they exchange numbers, Jessica invites Zola on a cross-country road trip, where the goal is to make as much money as possible dancing in Florida strip clubs. Zola agrees, and suddenly she is trapped in the craziest, most unexpected trip of her life.


Dirty (Short)

Graded by: Nicholas Metcalf

Marco cuts class to spend the afternoon with his boyfriend, Graham. Things do not go as planned.

Dirty (Short)

It’s Been Too Long (Slamdance)

Graded by Josh Bohoskey

When two ex-lovers meet at a rarely-used Aspen lodge to reignite their passions, they must first confess their past sins.

It’s Been Too Long