Category Archives: T-ride Film Fest

The Telluride Film Festival is a fine, high celebration of movies as art.

Report From The Telluride Film Festival

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It wouldn’t be released until late November, but by Labor Day the critics were suggesting awards for “The King’s Speech.”

Coming Of Age at the 2009 Telluride Film Festival

Because the mysterious selectors at the Telluride Film Festival are in touch with the industry globally, clusters of films happen, themes emerge.

Why “American Violet” Is Art, Not Polemics

My impressions of the 35th Telluride Film Festival

If you want to send a message, go to Western Union, John Ford said. But the message here is not the medium. Suspend judgment and cross that cynical distance.

Once More Into the Wild, This Time Armed With. . . Poetry

As Journalism is about power, so poetry is about life.

My amended review of Sean Penn’s adaptation of Jon Krakauer’s “Into the Wild” from the Telluride Film Festival. How a piece of poetry helped turn a piece of investigative journalism into a story.