The annual, star-studded film festival takes place in Park City, Utah, this year from Jan. 23 through Feb. 2. Not only will it highlight some of the buzziest movies coming down the pike -- and get many of them distribution -- but it also allows celebs to turn into snow bunnies and mingle amongst the slopes. Click through the gallery to see some of the biggest sightings during the 2020 fest.
The actor-writer tipped his cap at the Alfred P. Sloan Foundation Feature Film Prize Reception at the High West Distillery.
The Nine Days star was decked out in chic Reebok gear for the 2020 Sundance Film Festival's Feature Film Competition Dinner at The Shop in Park City.
The "Stay" singer performed during the BMI Snowball.
Anne Hathaway and Willem Dafoe
The co-stars got the giggles at the premiere of Netflix's The Last Thing He Wanted at the Eccles Center Theatre.
Ethan Hawke and Kyle MacLachlan
Brotherly love! The co-stars embraced on the red carpet at the Tesla premiere at the Library Center Theater.
So icy! The Black Panther star looked sharp in a light turquoise jacket with leather shoulder accents and a houndstooth scarf as he wandered down Park City's Main Street.
Sheer delight! The Atlanta actress flashed a shy smile at the Nine Days premiere at the Eccles Center Theater.
Dev Hynes and Tessa Thompson
The co-stars stuck close together at the Sylvie's Love premiere after-party at Acura Festival Village.
The hilarious director hosted an IMDB Studio discussion with the cast of Sylvie's Love at the Acura Festival Village.
Hillary Clinton, Eva Longoria and Gloria Steinem
Talk about girl power! The trio stopped to take pictures during the 2020 Women at Sundance Celebration -- hosted by the Sundance Institute and Refinery29 and presented by LUNA -- at Juniper at Newpark in Park City.
Kerry Washington and Eva Longoria
The actresses' friendship was on display when they hit the red carpet for the Sylvie's Love premiere at Eccles Center Theatre.
Molly Shannon and Paul Reiser
The Horse Girl co-stars enjoyed their film's post-premiere cocktail party at The Ray.
Will Ferrell and Julia Louis-Dreyfus
The hilarious actors were their usual goofy selves when they hit the stage at the Downhill premiere at the Eccles Center Theatre.
Obey this law! The Nest actor flashed a big grin while out and about in Park City.
Jesse Tyler Ferguson and Justin Mikita
The Modern Family actor and his husband made a dapper pair at the HBO Documentary Films party at Hotel Park City.
St. Vincent and Carrie Brownstein
The mockumentary co-stars were buddy-buddy at their Nowhere Inn premiere party at the WarnerMedia Lodge.
The screenwriter-producer rocked a green-and-metallic look for the BET Twenties screening at Park City Live.
The Insecure star stopped by the Wanderluxxe-hosted the 40 Year Old Version premiere after-party.
The Foo Fighters frontman leaned into the camera at the Nowhere Inn premiere party at the WarnerMedia Lodge.
The Horse Girl star looked quite stylish in a neutral-hued ensemble that included a long teddy bear coat and Mark Cross mini box bag when she stepped into the Pizza Hut x Legion M Lounge.
The Riverdale star took her Peet's Coffee to go as she headed to events around Park City.
The Twin Peaks star enjoyed the Tesla pre-screening dinner at Wellhaus Spa at PuraVida.
The Sylvie's Love actress looked too cool hanging out at the Vulture Spot.
Diane Guerrero and Wilmer Valderrama
The actors bonded at the Latinx House Blast Beat Dinner.
Cristin Milioti and Andy Samberg
The Palm Springs stars looked happy to attend their rom-com's premiere party at the Audible Speakeasy.
The Scandal alum kept warm in a long white puffer coat.
The Nine Days star was spotted walking down Park City's Main Street in a corduroy-and-shearling jacket and zebra-print dress topped with a beige sweater.
Mila Kunis and Glenn Close
The co-stars happily embraced one another at the Four Good Days premiere.
Will Ferrell and Andy Samberg
The former Saturday Night Live comedians reunited at the Amazon Fire TV-presented Vulture Spot.
Brody Jenner and Post Malone
The Hills: New Beginnings star went wild with Posty in the DJ booth at the TAO pop-up at The Yard in Park City, where the two drank Casamigos cocktails and sang along to Aerosmith's "Dream On."
America Ferrera and Diane Guerrero
The Superstore star hosted Netflix's Gentefied panel, with Guerrero as a guest, at the Latinx House. Ferrera was outfitted in a brown ribbed sweater, while the Orange Is the New Black star donned an all-blue look, including an ASTR the Label sweater and light-wash jeans.
Julia Louis-Dreyfus and Will Ferrell
The Downhill stars sure didn't look down in the Pizza Hut x Legion M Lounge.
Riley Keough and Aziah King
The Zola stars embraced at the film's premiere.
The Scandal alum got goofy while out in the snow in Park City.
The 21-year-old actress dressed down for the BLKNWS premiere.
The Marvelous Mrs. Maisel star received the IMDb STARmeter Award during the Sundance Film Festival in Park City, Utah, on Jan. 24. Brosnahan is at the fest for the premiere of her film, Ironbank.
Miranda looked quite chill at the Siempre Luis premiere at the Temple Theater.
The Emmy winner was a denim diva in a Lee denim jacket over a black band tee at the MACRO Lodge and Shea Moisture's "Leaving the Door Open Behind You" panel, featuring Waithe and Cara Sabin.
A little snow didn't stop the Wander Darkly star from looking adorable in Park City!
Sienna Miller and Diego Luna
The Wander Darkly stars buddied up at their premiere party at Chase Sapphire on Main.
The Four Good Days star got the giggles while discussing her new movie and co-star Glenn Close's love of emojis at the Fire TV-presented Vulture Spot on the second day of Sundance.
Plaid perfection! The "Lover" singer looked super chic as she debuted her Netflix documentary, Miss Americana, at Sundance.
The journalist supported Planned Parenthood’s annual "Sex, Politics, Film & TV" Reception, which was held in partnership with Refinery29.
The You're the Worst star made a cool new friend at the IMDb Studio at the Acura Festival Village.
Pattern perfection! Plaza looked pretty at the Black Bear premiere party at the Audible Speakeasy.
Issa Rae, Jay Ellis and Yvonne Orji
The HBO co-stars reunited for the Lowkey Insecure Dinner, presented by Our Stories to Tell, at Firewood in Park City.
The former secretary of state spoke with reporters at the premiere of her documentary, Hillary, at The Ray.
The R&B singer looked fierce at the Bad Hair premiere in a charcoal jumpsuit accented with a wide red belt with an attached double chain, leather gloves, gold peep-toe heels and a bold cherry lip.
James Van Der Beek
The Dancing With the Stars fan favorite wore a gray cashmere Falconi sweater, shearling-lined coat and matching scarf when he popped into the Dropbox-presented Adobe space at the IndieWire Sundance Studio on the first day of the Sundance Film Festival in Park City, Utah.
The Her Smell star got a ride through Park City in an Acura MDX.
The British actress signed autographs for fans before heading into the IMDb Studio at the Acura Festival Village.
Jason Ralph and Rachel Brosnahan
Brosnahan was joined by her husband at the Ironbark cast party at Chase Sapphire on Main in Park City.
Shangela Laquifa Wadley and Sasheer Zamata
We fangirled over seeing these two in the Pizza Hut x Legion M Lounge.
David Arquette and Joe Keery
The actors couldn't stop smiling at the Spree premiere at the Marc Theatre.
Robert Redford and Ethan Hawke
The Sundance founder and the Kid star bonded at the Sundance Institute's IMDB-presented "An Artist at the Table" event.
The 58-year-old actress donned a magenta Laundry by Shelli Segal peacoat while stopping by the Kia Telluride Supper Suite.
The Insecure creator-star stepped out for HERstory, presented by Our Stories to Tell, at Firewood in Park City.
Mary Lynn Rajskub
The 48-year-old actress checked out the spa treatments and wellness products at Wellhaus Spa at PuraVida on Main.
Jay Pharoah, Yaani King Mondschein, Ashley Blaine Featherson, Elle Lorraine, Courtney Sauls and James Van Der Beek
The Bad Hair stars reunited at their film's cast after-party at Chase Sapphire on Main in Park City on Jan. 23.
Jesse Tyler Ferguson and Justin Mikita
The dads-to-be were all smiles at Debbie Durkin’s EcoLuxe Lounge, which was held in partnership with ABC4 News and sponsored by Modere, Lehi Mills and Chef Bryan Woolley.
The Marvelous Mrs. Maisel actress supported the ACLU when she stopped by the Dropbox-presented IndieWire Sundance Studio on the first day of the fest.
The Resident actress took in ChefDance, where she enjoyed Chameleon Cold-Brew before a dinner that was curated by Chef Galen Zamarra and supported by the likes of Kroger and Sysco.