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Telluride Xl Day Three: Back to the Past

Telluride Xl Day Three: Back to the Past
Today was determinedly eclectic, the kind of cinephile's dream that you can only put together in a festival as inclusive as Telluride.  As I walked briskly toward the Sheridan Opera House to catch a tripartite program -- a screening of "Slow Food Story," a documentary about its founder, the charismatic Carlo Petrini, followed by the awarding of the inaugural Food, Inc. Movement Award to Alice Waters, and a lively and emotional panel discussion among Alice, the film's director, Stefano Sardo, Michael Pollan, and Berlinale head Dieter Kosslick -- I run into Davia Nelson, one of the Kitchen Sisters, walking briskly in the opposite direction. "Not going to Alice's program?!," I ask, surprised. "No, I wish I could, but I'm doing the Q & A with Nicolas Philibert, who I love," she says.  Oof,  I really wanted to see "La Maison de la Radio," Philibert's documentary about Radio France, having twice spent
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'Gravity,' 'Inside Llewyn Davis' among Telluride Film Festival lineup

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The 40th annual Telluride Film Festival just announced its lineup of movies. The Labor Day weekend fest will include the North American premieres of hotly anticipated movies like the Coen Brothers' "Inside Llewyn Davis," as well as debuts of movies like Alfonso Cuaron's "Gravity" and Jason Reitman's "Labor Day."

This initial announcement isn't necessarily the final lineup of movies at the Colorado movie festival. Some other sneak preview premieres of films that will be shown outside of the main program will likely be announced soon. In honor of Telluride's 40th anniversary, there will be an extra day of prigramming, six guest directors including Don Delillo and Salman Rushdie, and a new Werner Herzog Theatre venue.

Here's the full list of movies in the 2013 Telluride lineup:

- "All Is Lost" (directed by J.C. Chandor, U.S., 2013)

- "Before The Winter Chill" (directed by Philippe Claudel, France, 2013)

- "Bethlehem" (directed by Yuval Adler,
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Telluride: Jason Reitman's new movie headlines 'Labor Day' weekend lineup

Telluride: Jason Reitman's new movie headlines 'Labor Day' weekend lineup
The 40th anniversary edition of the Telluride Film Festival unveiled its lineup, as per custom, just days in advance of its presentation in the mountains of Colorado. The five-day event begins tomorrow and will include several movies with Oscar ambitions, including the world premiere of Jason Reitman’s Labor Day, starring Kate Winslet and Josh Brolin.

The Coen brothers’ Inside Llewyn Davis (pictured above), Alexander Payne’s Nebraska, the Robert Redford movie All is Lost, and the erotic French film Blue is the Warmest Color, all of which premiered at Cannes in May, will make their American debuts at Telluride.
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2013 Telluride Film Festival Lineup Announced, 3 Secret Screenings Kept... Secret

The 2013 Telluride Film Festival begins tomorrow, Thursday, August 29 and runs through Monday, September 2 and this morning the organizers announced the official lineu-up of 27 films along with word there will be three, as yet unannounced, secret screenings that will take place. Begin the speculation... As for what is playing, notable entries from this year's Cannes Film Festival include All is Lost, Blue is the Warmest Color, Inside Llewyn Davis, Nebraska and The Past. Last night the Venice Film Festival got underway withg Alfonso Cuaron's Gravity with rave reviews. It too will play Telluride before heading up to the Toronto Film Festival. Other Toronto titles among the line up are Jason Reitman's Labor Day, Ralph Fiennes' The Invisible Woman and Jonathan Glazer's Under the Skin. Those are the more obvious titles while the three secret screenings will probably grab the biggest headlines and they could be anything from
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Telluride 2013: Gravy Offerings in Blue is the Warmest Color, Gravity & Inside Llewyn Davis

Apart from the three sneak screening titles that will stir up the buzz in the coming days, Julie Huntsinger and Tom Luddy’s 40th edition of the Telluride Film Festival excels in bringing a concentration of solid docus from the likes of Errol Morris and Werner Herzog who this year cuts the ribbon on a theatre going by his name and introduces Death Row, a pinch of Berlin Film Fest items (Gloria, Slow Food Story, Fifi Howls from Happiness) Palme d’Or winner (this year Abdellatif Kechiche will be celebrated), upcoming Sony Pictures Classics items (Tim’s Vermeer, The Lunchbox), Venice to Telluride to Tiff titles (Bethlehem, Tracks and Under the Skin), the latest Jason Reitman film (Labor Day) and the barely known docu-home-movie whodunit (by helmers Dan Geller and Dayna Goldfine) The Galapagos Affair: Satan Came to Eden which features narration from the likes of Cate Blanchett, Diane Kruger and Connie Nielsen.
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2013 Telluride Film Festival Line-Up

While many film festivals announce their titles weeks or months in advance, the annual Telluride Film Festival saves that list until the day before the festival begins.

As a result, they've just announced this year's slate which includes the world premieres of Jason Reitman's "Labor Day". David Mackenzie's "Starred Up" will also have its debut screening.

Other high profile titles include "Gravity," "Inside Llewyn Davis," "Nebraska," "All Is Lost," "Blue Is The Warmest Color," "Under The Skin," "Tracks" and "The Past". The festival kicks off on August 29th and here's the full list:

All Is Lost (d. J.C. Chandor, U.S., 2013)

Before The Winter Chill (d. Philippe Claudel, France, 2013)

Bethlehem (d. Yuval Adler, Israel, 2013)

Blue Is The Warmest Color (d. Abdellatif Kechiche, France, 2013)

Burning Bush (d. Agnieszka Holland, Czech Republic, 2013)

Death Row: Blaine Milam + Robert Fratta (d. Werner Herzog, U.S., 2013)

Fifi Howls From Happiness (d. Mitra Farahani,
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Slow Food Story Movie Review

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Slow Food Story Movie Review
Title: Slow Food Story Director: Stefano Sardo Slow Food Story is the account of a slow revolution. Twenty-five years of quiet and steady rebellion to fast food thinking. Carlo Petrini is the founder of the Slow Food movement that started out in the small town of Bra and conquered the entire globe. Director Stefano Sardo has undoubtably the gift of storytelling, since his documentary isn’t a mere collage of how the entire movement came to life, but portrays how a group of friends, from a small Italian province pursued a dream of a better world, with persistence, temerity and a touch of playful fooling around. Focus on food began as [ Read More ]

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