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2020 Sundance Film Festival - "Zola" Premiere

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The 2020 Sundance Film Festival kicked off last Thursday and, trust, Black Hollywood flocked to the mountains of Park Slope, Utah to enjoy the newest crop of indie films.

From the dark comedy based on a series of viral tweets Zola to the weave satire horror Bad Hair, and the Black romance drama Sylvie’s Love, there are plenty of films that were made by us, for us. That, and stars including Kerry WashingtonTessa Thompson, and Kelly Rowland, to name a few were front and center, giving us their best snow bunny steez.

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Take a look at how our favs kept it warm and trendy:

Sundance Film Festival 2020 Style: Snow Bunny Steez on the Slopes  was originally published on hellobeautiful.com

1. Tessa Thompson

Tessa Thompson Source:Getty

Tessa Thompson looks amazing at the premiere of her new film, “Sylvie’s Love.”

2. Tessa Thomson and Nnamdi Asomugha

Tessa Thomson and Nnamdi Asomugha Source:Getty

3. Kerry Washington

Kerry Washington Source:Getty

The Emmy nominee is bundled up to support her husband Nnamdi Asomugha’s new film.

4. Kerry Washington

Kerry Washington Source:Getty

5. Kelly Rowland

Kelly Rowland Source:Getty

The singer, who makes an appearance in the weave horror satire “Bad Hair” is killing this look!

6. Ashley Blaine and Kelly Rowland

Ashley Blaine and Kelly Rowland Source:Getty

The “Dear White People” star and the Grammy-winning singer all smiles at the “Bad Hair” premiere.

7. Kelly Rowland

Kelly Rowland Source:Getty

8. Issa Rae

Issa Rae Source:Getty

Issa Rae arrives at “A Lowkey Conversation With Issa Rae and Prentice Penny” Moderated by Bevy Smith

9. Bevy Smith

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Television Personality Bevy Smith moderates “A Lowkey Conversation With Issa Rae and Prentice Penny”

10. Yvonne Orji

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Yvonne Orji attends the IMDb Studio at Acura Festival Village

11. Lena Waithe and Director Justin Simien

Lena Waithe and Director Justin Simien Source:Getty

We see your Ivy Park Lena!

12. Jesse Williams and Taylour Paige

Jesse Williams and Taylour Paige Source:Getty

The Grey’s Anatomy star was there to support his girlfriend Taylour Page, who stars int he anticipated drama “Zola.”

13. Taylour Paige & Jesse Williams

Taylour Paige & Jesse Williams Source:WENN

14. Zazie Beetz

Zazie Beetz Source:Getty

15. Robin Thede

Robin Thede Source:Getty

Robin Thede attends the “Bad Hair” premiere

16. Robin Thede

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Robin Thede attends the HERstory presented by Our Stories to Tell at Firewood

17. Alexis Chikaeze

Alexis Chikaeze Source:Getty

The co-star of “Miss Juneteenth” is one to watch, y’all!

18. Idris Elba

Idris Elba Source:WENN

19. Michelle Hurd

Michelle Hurd Source:Getty

The “Star Trek: Picard” actress was pretty in peach at the “Bad Hair” premiere.

20. Nicole Beharie

Nicole Beharie Source:Getty

The former “Sleepy Hollow” star is back in this anticipated indie gem, “Miss Juneteenth.”

21. 2020 Sundance Film Festival – “Zola” Premiere

2020 Sundance Film Festival - "Zola" Premiere Source:Getty

The Oscar-nominated editor for “Moonlight” looks excited to see “Zola.”

22. Directors Radha Blank & Justin Simien

Directors Radha Blank & Justin Simien Source:Getty

23. Mike Colter

Mike Colter Source:WENN

24. Alfre Woodard

Alfre Woodard Source:WENN

25. Michael K. Williams

Michael K. Williams Source:WENN

26. Kendrick Sampson, Alexis Chikaeze, Nicole Beharie and Director Channing Godfrey Peoples

Kendrick Sampson, Alexis Chikaeze, Nicole Beharie and Director Channing Godfrey Peoples Source:Getty

27. Joi McMillon, Elizabeth Haggard, David Hinojosa, Nicholas Braun, Janicza Bravo, Riley Keough, Taylour Paige, Colman Domingo, and Jeremy O. Harris

Joi McMillon, Elizabeth Haggard, David Hinojosa, Nicholas Braun, Janicza Bravo, Riley Keough, Taylour Paige, Colman Domingo, and Jeremy O. Harris Source:Getty

“Zola” premiere during the 2020 Sundance Film Festival at Eccles Center Theatre