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Film Watch

Shine a Light

09/14/14 | By | More
Shine a Light

Longtime Telluride favorite Wim Wenders returns with an exploration of one of modern photography’s greatest heroes, Sebastião Salgado.

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The Review, Reviewed

09/14/14 | By | More
The Review, Reviewed

Martin Scorsese explores a literary institution

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Child Welfare

Child Welfare

Produced in 1926, Die Unehelichen (Children of No Importance), is based on an official report of the Association for the Protection of Children against Exploitation and Abuse.

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On the Loose

09/14/14 | By | More
On the Loose

How could a serial killer torture and slaughter at least 10 women, over the course of decades, in one of the world’s wealthiest cities, without being caught?

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The Flaubert Inside Us

09/14/14 | By | More
The Flaubert Inside Us

Sophie Barthes’ adaptation of Madame Bovary demonstrates the lasting and subversive impact of Gustav Flaubert’s classic.

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Divide and Conquer

09/14/14 | By | More
Divide and Conquer

Jean-Pierre and Luc Dardenne examine workplace rivalry.

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Lost and Found

09/14/14 | By | More
Lost and Found

I was alone. I was barefoot. I was twenty-six years old and an orphan too. An actual stray…

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Apocalypse Now

09/14/14 | By | More
Apocalypse Now

Thirty-five years later, Apocalypse has become an incontrovertible classic synonymous with filmmaking risk and reward of the highest possible stakes.

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Doubling Down

09/11/14 | By | More
Doubling Down

The first couple to serve as Telluride Guest Directors, Kim Morgan and Guy Maddin’s choices for the program range from Howard Hawks to Robert Altman.

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The Internationalist

09/11/14 | By | More
The Internationalist

Volker Schlöndorff has been making daring, literate and often eye-opening films for 50 years.

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Class Act

09/11/14 | By | More
Class Act

Hilary Swank received the Silver Medallion at the 2014 Telluride Film Festival.

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Wild West

09/11/14 | By | More
Wild West

Writer-producer-actor-director Tommy Lee Jones adapted Glendon Swarthout’s book, The Homesman, long a hot property in Hollywood, with an all-star cast.

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07/10/14 | By | 335 More

Film Watch 2014 Film Watch 2013

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Terra Incognita

08/31/13 | By | More
Terra Incognita

The bard of cinema discovers a new land

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The Kids Are Alright

08/31/13 | By | More
The Kids  Are Alright

Cinema’s faces of childhood

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The Forgotten Mogul

08/31/13 | By | More

Documentary explores life of Bernard Natan.

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Through a Mexican Lens

08/30/13 | By | More

Gabriel Figueroa’s grand images.

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Man Eater

08/30/13 | By | More

… a surprising story of loneliness and desire

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Cold Comfort

08/30/13 | By | More
Cold Comfort

Oscar-nominated actress Kristin Scott-Thomas and writer-director Philippe Claudel reunite …

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Tracks: An Excerpt

08/30/13 | By | More

There are some moments in life that are like pivots around which your existence turns …

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Death Row

08/30/13 | By | More

Werner Herzog, cinema’s artist-scientist, has spent his adult life investigating the extremes of human experience. Having explored the psyches of ski jumpers, conquistadors, opera fanatics, slave traders and extreme scientists, he now has turned his curious camera towards America’s judicial system. His “Death Row” series of profiles continues the work he began with the acclaimed […]

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Starred Up

08/30/13 | By | More
Starred Up

The latest film by David Mackenzie.

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Gravity

08/30/13 | By | More
Gravity

One of the most anticipated films of the year.

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Under a Heavy Sky

08/30/13 | By | More
Under a Heavy Sky

Uncovering memories in postwar Poland.

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Intelligence Quotient

08/30/13 | By | More
Intelligence Quotient

Fear and loathing in the West Bank.

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Inciting Resistance

08/30/13 | By | More
Inciting Resistance

A new generation confronts its communist past.

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Chew on This

08/30/13 | By | More
Chew on This

How a pleasure-based movement reshapes international food policy.

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Letter from Perm, Russia

08/30/13 | By | More
Letter from Perm, Russia

Festival curator Peter Sellars sends his reflections on Telluride 40 from afar.

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Forty Years of Telluride

08/29/13 | By | More
Forty Years of Telluride

Gratitude for Festival co-founder and co-director Tom Luddy

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John Milius Unplugged

08/29/13 | By | More
John Milius Unplugged

Words from the toughest tough-guy writer.

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