Watch: Teaser for Kristen Stewart's Sundance Directorial Debut 'Come Swim'

Come Swim premieres at Sundance tomorrow as part of Shorts Program 1.

Kristen Stewart makes her directorial debut at Sundance this year with Come Swim, a 17-minute diptych of one man's day, described as "half impressionist and half realist portraits."

Today, Refinery 29 released the short film's teaser trailer. Come Swim is part of the company's Shatterbox Anthology, an online platform designed to elevate exciting new work from female directors.  

"A surrealist journey through the imagination's wild currents," Refinery 29 wrote, "Come Swim conjures a stunningly kaleidoscopic portrait of one man's emotional interior—unbounded darkness and desire."

Look out for a No Film School interview with the film's producer, David Shapiro, and Stewart about their collaborative process early next week.


For more, see our complete coverage of the 2017 Sundance Film Festival.

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