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Telluride Film Festival

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    Telluride Review: Wim Wenders' Documentary ‘The Salt Of The Earth’

    25 years ago, director Wim Wenders’ discovered the haunting black and white artworks of celebrated Brazilian photographer Sebastião Salgado. Now a 70-year-old man who has traveled to nearly every corner of the Earth for more than 40 years, Salgado has documented and witnessed firsthand some of the m...

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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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    Telluride Highlights

    Exciting new films from around the globe, revivals, discoveries, world-class guests, and spectacular scenery were experienced by all who attended the 41st Telluride Film Festival over the Labor Day weekend.

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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 Wrap: The Little Festival That Could

    The Telluride Film Festival wrapped on Labor Day. Who came out ahead?

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    'The Look of Silence' Reviews: A Worthy Companion to 'The Act of Killing,' or 'The Best Nonfiction Film Ever Made'?

    Joshua Oppenheimer's follow-up to his 2012 gut-wrencher is more conventional but equally harrowing.

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    Telluride Review: Ophir Award Nominee 'Dancing Arabs'

    "Dancing Arabs" indulges in a peculiar kind of late ‘80s/early ‘90s nostalgia: a fond wistfulness for a time in the Middle East when Jews and Arabs mostly despised each other, but actual casualties from terrorism or reprisals were few… friendships across the racial/religious divide were more common…...

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