Day 2: The 2017 Sundance Film Festival in pictures

Aubrey Plaza and Elizabeth Olsen attend the premiere of ‘Ingrid Goes West’ at the Library Center Theatre.

Atmosphere during Documentary Film Program Reception.

One of our awesome volunteers, Joseph Buchman, welcomes Festivalgoers to Redstone Theatre.

Vella Lovell attends the premiere of ‘The Big Sick.’

R.LUM.R performs during the Opening Night Concert.

Director Maggie Betts (center) with Ashley Bell, Liana Liberato, Maddie Hasson, Dianna Agron, and Morgan Saylor attend the ‘Novitiate’ premiere.

Midnight Shorts Program directors with Senior Programmer Mike Plante (center) before the premiere of their films.

Riley Keough and guest attend the premiere of ‘The Discovery.’

A young film fan outside the Library Theatre.

‘In Data We Trust?’ panelists.

Cast, including Elizabeth Olsen and O’Shea Jackson Jr. attend the ‘Ingrid Goes West’ Q&A at Prospector Square.

Future filmmaker?

‘Heroes’ installation at New Frontier on Main Street.

The cast of ‘The Little Hours’ prior to the screening at Library Center Theatre.

Mary and Tanya Berry attend the ‘Look and See: A Portrait of Wendell Berry’ screening.

Sonia Braga and Athina Rachel Tsangar attend the Feature Film Jury Orientation Breakfast.

Festivalgoers ready to see the premiere of ‘Lady Macbeth.’

Director Lucas Leyva attends the ‘Kaiju Bunraku’ premiere during Shorts Program 2.

Atmosphere at MARC Theatre.

Southern Avenue performs at Sundance ASCAP Music Cafe.

Nakhane Toure preforming at ASCAP Music Cafe

Cast and crew of ‘The Discovery,’ including Sundance Institute President and Founder Robert Redford, attend the premiere at Eccles Theatre.

Director Dan Sickles, Dina Buno, Scott Levin, and director Antonio Santini attend the ‘Dina’ premiere.

Subjects, including Alyssa Carson, and crew, including director Michael Barnett for ‘The Mars Generation’ attend Salt Lake Opening Night Screening Presented by Zions Bank.

The Lethal Ladies of the Baltimore Leadership School for Young Women, from the documentary ‘STEP,’ attend the Impact Partners Reception.

Documentary Film Program Director Tabitha Jackson speaks during the Documentary Film Program Reception.

Florence Pugh at the premiere of ‘Lady Macbeth.’

Peter Dinklage and Senior Programmer David Courier attend the Feature Film Jury Orientation Breakfast.

Rachel Rossin’s installation, ‘The Sky Is a Gap’, at the VR Palace in Park City, UT.

Sarah Ramos and guest attend the ‘Ingrid Goes West’ premiere at Library Center Theatre.

Programmer, Charlie Reff, introducing the film ‘Person to Person’ at the Library Center Theatre.

The team behind ‘NeuroSpeculative AfroFeminism’ at the New Frontier Press Preview.

‘HeartCorps:Riders of the Storyboard’, a New Frontier installation by Dandypunk.

Co-stars Kingston Foster and Jaime King at the premiere of ‘Bitch.’

Billy Magnussen, Pom Klementieff, director Matt Spicer, Elizabeth Olsen, Aubrey Plaza, and O’Shea Jackson Jr. attend the ‘Ingrid Goes West’ premiere.

Main Street atmosphere on a snowy night.

Snowy atmosphere outside of Festival Base Camp Presented by Canada Goose.

Rebecca Dayan arriving at the premiere of ‘Novitiate’ at the Eccles Theatre.

Festival volunteer on Main St.

Snow boots recommended, but definitely not required.