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41st edition plays host to 25 new feature films in its main program Tribute programs honoring Volker Schlöndorff, Hilary Swank and the 35th Anniversary of Apocalypse Now Telluride, CO (August 28, 2014) – Telluride Film Festival, presented by the National ...
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Five days ago in Venice Black Swan roused audiences to their feet for a 5-minute standing ovation. A surprise screening in Telluride last night has inspired the same excitement stateside. Eric D. Snider, Cinematical Black Swan is a wholly engrossing, ...
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It's always interesting to see what directors will do as their next project after they win Oscars. They are given freedom that they sometimes didn't have before as production companies have more faith in them. In some cases, directors get ...

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Diverse as always, the Telluride Film Festival presents its usual eclectic mix of standout films, foreign gems, and old classics. Documentaries look to have a major focus this year in Telluride. Martin Scorsese and Kent Jones will be premiering A ...

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Indiewire’s Anne Thompson: Writer-director Jason Reitman (and obsessive airline mile collector) played the crowd like a pro, hoping that the movie would live up to their expectations. He didn‚Äôt need to worry. The director, who debuted Juno here two years ...

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Telluride – Up in the Air Reactions Part 1 from /Film on Vimeo. Here are three blogger dudes – Quint from AICN, Peter Sciretta from Slash Film and Alex from First Showing. Watch part two here. Earlier: A few blogger ...

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Reports are trickling in that Up in the Air will kind of be the surprise screening at Telluride – kind of, because it’s not really a surprise. If it is very good it will Slumdog it all the way through ...

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