Sundance 2020: Every Movie Sold So Far, From ‘Bad Hair’ to ‘Palm Springs’

Sundance 2020: Following a festival sale record, some of the buzziest titles are getting scooped up

While the Sundance 2020 market started slow, sales started to pick up late Sunday night with “The Night House” and “Herself” both selling, followed by “Ironbark” and “Uncle Frank” on Monday morning. Since then a handful of documentaries have sold, and Andy Samberg’s “Palm Springs” set a new festival sales record at $17.5 million and some spare change.

A lot of films selected as part of the festival program also already had distribution in place. Others pre-sold before the festival even began:  “The Father,” the documentary “Mucho Mucho Amor” and the midnight thriller “His House” have already found homes. We’ll be updating this list with any additional sales as they come in.

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Brian Welk

Film Reporter • brian.welk@thewrap.com • Twitter: @brianwelk

Beatrice Verhoeven

Film Editor, Twitter: @bverhoev