The second Sundance London film and music festival runs April 25-28 at London’s O2 Arena where it will showcase U.S. indie films that orignally appeared in Park City earlier this year. For its sophomore outing, the fest has also added a new UK spotlight for British films from Sundance. Speakers at panel discussions will include composer David Arnold (Casino Royale, Sherlock); writers Tony Grisoni (Death Defying Acts) and Peter Straughan (Tinker Tailor Soldier Spy); directors Lynn Shelton (Humpday) and Lake Bell (In A World…) and classic rock band the Eagles for a Q&A following the screening of Alison Ellwood’s documentary History Of The Eagles, Part One. Sundance founder Robert Redford will also be on hand. Click over for the list of films on the program:

Blackfish, dir: Gabriela Cowperthwaite
Blood Brother, dir: Steve Hoover
Emanuel And The Truth About Fishes, dir: Francesca Gregorini
God Loves Uganda, dir: Roger Ross Williams
In A World…, dir: Lake Bell
The Inevitable Defeat Of Mister And Pete, dir: George Tillman Jr.
The Kings Of Summer, dir: Jordan Vogt-Roberts
Muscle Shoals, dir: Greg ‘Freddy’ Camalier
Running From Crazy, dir: Barbara Kopple
Touchy Feely, dir: Lynn Shelton
Upstream Color, dir: Shane Carruth

Special Events
History Of The Eagles Part One, dir: Alison Ellwood
Peaches Does Herself, dir: Peaches
Sleepwalk With Me, dir: Mike Birbiglia

UK Spotlight
In Fear, dir: Jeremy Lovering
The Look Of Love, dir: Michael Winterbottom
The Moo Man, dirs: Andy Heathcote, Heike Bachelier
The Summit, dir: Nick Ryan

The Apocalypse, dir: Andrew Zuchero
Black Metal, dir: Kat Candler
The Date, dir: Jenni Toivoniemi
Irish Folk Furniture, dir: Tony Donoghue
Jonah, dir: Kibwe Tavares
Reindeer, dir: Eva Weber
Until The Quiet Comes, dir: Kahlil Joseph
Whiplash, dir: Damien Chazelle
The Whistle, dir: Grzegorz Zariczny