The Sundance Film Festival in January will feature a diverse and robust lineup of 82 feature-length films from 24 countries for its 40th edition. Notable films include “Presence” by Steven Soderbergh, “Freaky Tales” by Ryan Fleck and Anna Boden, as well as a film by Christopher Nolan. The festival’s director of programming, Kim Yutani, expressed excitement about the discoveries this year, including the selection of these veteran and first-time filmmakers’ works. The festival will also honor past alumni and showcase new talent, reflecting on its legacy while embracing future possibilities. The lineup was selected from over 17,000 submissions from over 150 countries and territories. This year’s programming also features a rich combination of films that exhibit wild and adventurous creativity, according to festival and public programming director Eugene Hernandez. The festival will take place in Park City, Utah, from Jan. 18-28.