Exclusive screening of 'The Big Sick' at Sundance Film Festival: LondonHighlights:
The Sundance Film Festival is back in London this June for a four-day indie spectacular at Picturehouse Central.
Showcasing some of the best indie films and documentaries from the main festival back in January, this is a brilliant opportunity to see the hottest films of 2017.
This year, Time Out has teamed up with the festival to bring you an exclusive screening of 'The Big Sick' - a film written by and starring 'Silicon Valley's Kumail Nanjiani, which was awarded five stars by our critics.
Tickets to this screening at Picturehouse Central on Saturday June 3 are rather limited, so you'd better get in quick.
Judd Apatow has a winning formula - geeky men, mature girlfriends, and cute awkward parents that have to cross a cultural divide. And this Apatow-produced film ticks all of those boxes and then some. Co-written by Kumail Nanjiani (better known for playing Dinesh in 'Silicon Valley' and his guest appearances in 'Portlandia') and his wife Emily V Gordon, this autobiographical film is a dynamic romantic comedy that depicts the wobbly rise of a Chicago stand-up comic before love and illness alters the trajectory of his career.
See this heartwarming film at Picturehouse Central in Piccadilly on June 3 for just £16.
This voucher is valid for one ticket to a screening of 'The Big Sick' at Picturehouse Central on Saturday June 3 2017.
Screening starts at 6.45pm.
This film has been given a provisional 18 certificate rating.
Please present your e-ticket on arrival.
Doors open at 6.30pm with the screening starting at 6.45pm.
Seating is on a first-come, first served basis.
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