So here’s another potential breakout hit from Sundance 2018: a coming-of-age dramedy written and directed by Bo Burnham called Eighth Grade. The movie stars newcomer Elsie Fisher as a quiet eighth-grader who struggles with feeling invisible as she tries to navigate her last school year before entering high school. As you would expect from a modern portrait of adolescence, YouTube and social media play a major role in the movie as well. Although I wouldn’t necessarily expect a comedian like Burnham to present a story like this without going for cheap laughs, by all accounts the movie is honest, emotional and real. A24 will release it in select theatres on July 13th; check out the first trailer after the jump and let us know what you think.