The Sundance Film Festival has just unveiled the competition and lineup for its 33rd edition, which will take place at the beginning of next year. Surprisingly, Aubrey’s ‘Ingrid Goes West’, also starring Elizabeth Olsen, will be part of the festival. Along with the announcement, the first production still has been revealed – now available in our gallery.
Variety – The festival’s U.S. dramatic competition comprises 16 films, eight of them debut features, including Matt Spicer’s social-media stalker comedy “Ingrid Goes West,” in which Aubrey Plaza’s character is obsessed with the aforementioned Olsen; the music-driven story of a plus-size white rapper, “Patti Cake$,” written and directed by Geremy Jasper (a member of Court 13, the creative team responsible for “Beasts of the Southern Wild”); and “To the Bone,” an intimate look at anorexia, from “Buffy the Vampire Slayer” producer Marti Noxon.
“Ingrid Goes West” (Director: Matt Spicer, Screenwriters: Spicer, David Branson Smith) — A young woman becomes obsessed with an Instagram lifestyle blogger and moves to Los Angeles to try to befriend her in real life. Cast: Aubrey Plaza, Elizabeth Olsen, O’Shea Jackson Jr., Wyatt Russell, Billy Magnussen.