On the second-to-last day of Sundance, the 2018 index now has only three film page links on it. Sorry to disappoint. The Locarno rule applies here: that page is going to get a lot bigger in the next few weeks and months as more reviews and dispatches get published.
I, Tonya opened in December and Wet Woman in the Wind was from November.
Have a Nice Day (Liu Jian, China, 2017, 7 reviews)
A Ciambra (Jonas Carpignano, Italy, 2017, 6 reviews)
I, Tonya (Craig Gillespie, United States, 2017, 7 reviews)
Wet Woman in the Wind (Akihiko Shiota, Japan, 2016, 6 reviews)
Our New President (Maxim Pozdorovkin, Russia)
New Pages This Week (14)
Hale County This Morning, This Evening (RaMell Ross, United States, 2018)
A Ciambra (Jonas Carpignano, Italy, 2017)
I, Tonya (Craig Gillespie, United States, 2017)
God’s Country (Louis Malle, United States, 1985)
And the Pursuit of Happiness (Louis Malle, United States, 1986)
Gunn (Blake Edwards, United States, 1967)
10 (Blake Edwards, United States, 1979)
Caprice (Frank Tashlin, United States, 1967)
Eighth Grade (Bo Burnham, United States, 2018)
Guardians of the Galaxy Vol. 2 (James Gunn, United States, 2017)
Take Me Home (Abbas Kiarostami, Iran, 2016)
Sodom and Gomorrah (Robert Aldrich, United States, 1962)
June Night (Per Lindberg, Sweden, 1940)
Deep End (Jerzy Skolimowski, United Kingdom, 1970)
Images: Have a Nice Day, A Hard Day’s Night.