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    Telluride Film Festival Sets Geoff Dyer For 2012 Guest Director

    The Telluride Film Festival has announced that award-winning writer Geoff Dyer will be the Guest Director at the 39th edition of the festival, which runs this August 31-September 3.

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    How Glenn Close's Cross-Dressing Performance In "Albert Nobbs" Makes the Movie

    "Albert Nobbs" was a longtime passion project for Glenn Close, and it's easy to see why. Adapting George Moore's 1927 short story "The Singular Life of Albert Nobbs," about a Victorian-era Dublin woman who spends decades disguised as a man to find work, Close--co-producer...

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    Five Films to Watch from Telluride

    There's a camaraderie that makes the Telluride Film Festival like few others you'll ever attend. Sitting alone at a picnic table while taking in a beautiful Colorado landscape the other morning, I was approached by Jon Busch. The Telluride tech director was looking for a place to eat his colorful pl...

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    The Full 2011 Lineup for the Telluride Film Festival: Tilda, Clooney and More

    Take a close look at the Telluride Film Festival lineup: These are films you'll be hearing a lot about over the next few weeks during a fall festival swing that begins in Venice, travels to Telluride and continues through to big-city fests in Toronto and then New York. For many movies on the roster,...

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    Upcoming Telluride Festival Gets $50K AMPAS Grant; Lineup Set for Thursday

    The Academy of Motion Pictuers Arts and Sciences has given $50,000 to underwrite the 2011 Telluride Film Festival's Guest Director program. This is the fourth year the festival has underwritten the program, which this year features musicial Caetaon Veloso. Veloso has over 100 film and television cr...

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    Telluride Diary: Best of the Fest

    Offering just two dozen new feature films over five days, the Telluride Film Festival is a carefully curated event. Which is another way of saying that its programmers have idiosyncratic taste. Fest heads Tom Luddy, Gary Meyer and Julie Huntsinger clearly have favorite filmmakers who seem to return ...

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    Fall Fest Daily | Telluride Day 3; Phoenix, Scorsese, Ozon Venice Reactions

    As Telluride heads into its fourth and final day, Thompson on Hollywood's Telluride critic Tim Appelo reviews Errol Morris' "Tabloid," calling it "the funniest farce of 2010, with a tragic core and absolute fidelity to the facts," and featuring Morris' "most astounding character ever" - impressive, ...

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    In Search Of That "Only in Telluride" Moment

    Looking for some of the must-see movies at the Telluride Film Festival? Follow the clique of famous filmmakers and film aficionados who often travel in a small pack to screenings here.

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    Fall Fest Daily | "127 Hours" & "King's Speech" Slay Telluride Auds; "Meek's Cutoff" Impresses Lido

    With Telluride already halfway through its 37th edition, and Venice just about at the same point in its 67th, reviews and posts are starting to hit on a number of high-profile titles and about these stalwart fall fests.

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    Fall Fest Daily | Telluride Takes Off with "Never Let Me Go," "Tabloid"

    Writing from Venice, Anne Thompson battled a torrential storm to post her thoughts on Sofia Coppola's "Somewhere," and later caught up on the early word out of Telluride on new films from Mark Romanek, Errol Morris, and Peter Weir premiering last night, the festival's opening day.

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