By Harper Lambert for THEWRAP.COM
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The Sundance Film Festival has announced its 2023 features program, including the titles that will compete in the narrative and documentary categories.
Selections for the U.S. Dramatic Competition include Randall Park’s directorial debut, “Shortcomings”; “Sometimes I Think About Dying,” starring Daisy Ridley; Molly Gordon and Nick Lieberman’s “Theater Camp”; “Magazine Dreams,” headlined by Jonathan Majors and Taylour Paige; and “A Thousand and One,” produced by Lena Waithe and starring Teyana Taylor. All 12 films featured in the lineup are world premieres.
The U.S. Documentary Competition will see the world premieres of Lisa Cortés’ “Little Richard: I Am Everything”; “Going Varsity in Mariachi,” which dives into the world of competitive high school mariachi; and “The Stroll,” a history of New York City’s Meatpacking District told from the perspective of transgender sex workers.