Next week some of the best films from this year's Sundance Festival will unspool at BAM during their third annual Sundance Institute takeover. The ten day mini-fest features 10 dramatic features, 12 documentaries and 36 shorts. Most of these selections screen just once or twice, and not all of them have distribution, so you've got to stay on your toes if there's something you want to see.

The screenings kick off May 29th with the award-winning American Teen, a documentary about four small-town Indiana teens and their turbulent senior year. Many of the screenings will be followed by a Q&A with the filmmakers; check out some of the films in this year's program below.