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    Adventurers Face Danger in Exclusive 'Unbranded' Poster

    Phil Baribeau's thrilling documentary won Audience Awards from both the Hot Docs Canadian International Documentary Film Festival and the Telluride Mountainfilm Festival this year.

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    Nick Broomfield Makes a Comeback With 'Tales From the Grim Sleeper'

    The British documentarian hasn't made an acclaimed film in years. Until now.

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    Telluride Review: 'Merchants of Doubt' Takes Lobbyists to Task and Falls Short

    The director of "Food, Inc." sets his sights on a new target with mixed results.

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    From Oscars to Underdogs, Telluride Sets the Stage for the Fall

    The Toronto International Film Festival is a day away. But Telluride has already launched a dense fall season.

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    Telluride: Hilary Swank on Her Comedy Roots, How She Picks Roles and Why She Acts

    On Saturday, two-time Academy Award-winning actress Hilary Swank received the Silver Medallion at this year's 41st annual Telluride Film Festival.

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    Review: 'The Look of Silence' is Joshua Oppenheimer's First-Rate Followup to 'The Act of Killing'

    Feeling the reverberations of the Indonesian genocide, a man confronts its perpetrators in this bold companion piece to "The Act of Killing."

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    Listen: How Has Telluride Changed the Oscar Race? Anne Thompson and Eric Kohn Discuss on Indiewire's Podcast

    Indiewire's critic and editor-at-large report from the Colorado festival on a crop of new films bound to receive a lot more attention in the near future.

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    Review: Why 'Birdman' is the First Modern Showbiz Satire

    Michael Keaton nabs the role of a lifetime in Alejandro Gonzalez Iñarritu's wonderfully strange look at an aging actor fighting to stay relevant.

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