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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.

The 33rd Telluride Film Festival And The Sudden End Of The Pence Era

My Favorite New Film:

Artful, original and surprising: making movies in a time of (we are told) war. “The Last King of Scotland,” “The U.S. versus John Lennon,” “Volver,” and more.

Go To Telluride, See The World

The 2005 film festival

My blog from the 2005 Telluride Film Festival. On terrorism and murder and seeing the world through movies and love in Singapore, Taiwan, Paris and even New York City.