Sundance Art Films: The 10 Most Stunning Independent Movies At The Festival (PHOTOS, VIDEO)

10 Sundance Films That Push The Boundaries

Whether you are living the dream in Park City this week or tossing barbs at the festival via the alt-fest known as Slamdance, the Sundance Film Festival is probably taking up a lot of your brain space these days. We all know about the raucous parties where "an Alice in Wonderland look-alike performing a simulated sex act on a man in a rabbit costume," but there's a lot of worthy films that screened at the festival that didn't receive half as much attention as the events.

Which is why we've compiled the most visually stunning films from this year's festival for your viewing pleasure. From a sci-fi musical chronicling cinematic tweets to a cannibal horror film, the only thing these cinematic gems have in common is their remarkable visual aesthetic. We hereby present the 10 artsiest films to grace the screens at Sundance; let us know your favorites in the comments section below.

(For those of you interested in experimental "transmedia experiences," you can check out the last day of New Frontier on Saturday.)


Artsiest Sundance Films

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