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    Watch: James Franco Seduces Emma Roberts in Stylish 'Palo Alto' Trailer

    Having just screened earlier today at the Telluride Film Festival, an official trailer for "Palo Alto" has now made its way online. Based on a short story by James Franco that was featured in his published collection of stories entitled "Palo Alto Stories" (of which he is continuing to try and raise...

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    Telluride Film Festival Review: Donald Rumsfeld Stumbles Through Half-Truths In Errol Morris' 'The Unknown Known,' And So Does the Doc

    Donald Rumsfeld stares straight at the camera and smiles a lot in "The Unknown Known," the latest single-interview documentary from Errol Morris, but his cheery demeanor never manages to convince. Revisiting turf he last explored with another portrait of a disgraced former defense secretary, the Osc...

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    Review Roundup: Jason Reitman's 'Labor Day' Signals an Interesting Departure

    The 40th Telluride Film Festival has kicked off and is now underway, and Jason Reitman's "Labor Day" has just screened and a handful of reviews are starting to trickle out. Other than the mostly positive reception, what seems to be shared among critics' observations is that the film heralds a change...

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    Telluride Review: Jason Reitman Shifts Gears With Melodramatic Quasi-Crime Story 'Labor Day' Starring Kate Winslet and Josh Brolin

    A significant departure for the director, "Labor Day" is a classical, melodramatic tearjerker that's also a sincere coming-of-age story.

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    Telluride Film Festival Announces 40th Edition Lineup, Includes First Looks at 'Gravity' and Jason Reitman's 'Labor Day'

    The Telluride Film Festival announced the program for its 40th edition today, ahead of its start date tomorrow.

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    Why Telluride Is a Cheat Sheet For TIFF and Other Lessons From the 39th Edition

    The 39th edition of the mountainside Colorado festival, which concluded on Monday, has been valued in recent years for providing the first public look at a number of fall season releases being positioned for accolades from the Oscars and Golden Globes.

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    Indiewire's Reviews of 9 Films From Telluride 2012

    Indiewire headed to Colorado this year to check out the latest slew of new independent films at the Telluride Film Festival. Here are our reviews from the festival:

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    Telluride Review: Harrowing 'Act of Killing' Is the Most Unsettling Movie About Mass Killing Since 'Shoah'

    In Joshua Oppenheimer's "The Act of Killing," a pair of gangsters -- responsible for murdering an untold number of suspected communists in the years following the 1965 overthrow of the Indonesian government -- get the chance to recount their experiences. At first showing no visible rem...

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