LCD Soundsystem documentary Shut Up and Play the Hits, which follows James Murphy in the run-up to the group's last ever show at Madison Square Garden, is among the 14 films on the programme for the event.
Julie Delpy's second directorial offering 2 Days in New York, Josh Radnor's Liberal Arts, climate change documentary Chasing Ice and Paul Dano's For Ellen are also among the films getting a UK premiere.
Robert Redford, who brings his Utah Sundance Film Festival to London's O2 from April 26-29, said: "I welcome the opportunity to see how people in the UK experience these films. While they are American productions they speak to universal experiences and global challenges.
"Sundance London also is the perfect opportunity to continue our long-time commitment to growing a broader international community around new voices and new perspectives."
'An Evening with Robert Redford and T Bone Burnett' will open the event next month, with the actor and filmmaker discussing the music and movies that inspire them.
The film programme for Sundance London in full:
- 2 Days in New York (Director: Julie Delpy, Screenwriters: Julie Delpy, Alexia Landeau)
- Chasing Ice (Director: Jeff Orlowski)
- Filly Brown (Directors: Youssef Delara, Michael D. Olmos, Screenwriter: Youssef Delara)
- Finding North (Directors: Kristi Jacobson, Lori Silverbush)
- For Ellen (Director and screenwriter: So Yong Kim)
- The House I Live In (Director: Eugene Jarecki)
- Liberal Arts (Director and screenwriter: Josh Radnor)
- LUV (Director: Sheldon Candis, Screenwriters: Sheldon Candis, Justin Wilson)
- Nobody Walks (Director: Ry Russo-Young, Screenwriters: Lena Dunham, Russo-Young)
- An Oversimplification of Her Beauty (Director and screenwriter: Terence Nance)
- The Queen of Versailles (Director: Lauren Greenfield)
- Safety Not Guaranteed (Director: Colin Trevorrow, Screenwriter: Derek Connolly)
- Shut Up and Play the Hits (Directors: Dylan Southern, Will Lovelace)
- Under African Skies (Director: Joe Berlinger)