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Telluride 2014

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    Daily Reads: The Career of Julia Roberts, The Best of the Fall Festival Season So Far and More

    Plus: stop saying that movies with black casts "overperform," and how "No Good Deed" substitutes violence for sex.

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    Watch: Telluride Dystopian Sci-Fi Short 'The Sand Storm' Featuring Artist Ai Weiwei

    Chinese artist Ai Weiwei is no stranger to controversy, especially in his homeland, where his outspoken views on human rights repeatedly land him in hot water with the government. This time, however, the controversy is of a different nature. Weiwei publicly accused the makers of a dystopian short fi...

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    'Homesman' Star Hilary Swank Stands Tall Amid Weak Best Actress Oscar Race

    It was clear from chief Variety film critic Scott Foundas' brief introduction to the Hilary Swank tribute that she could star in her own biopic, whose logline would be: "born in a trailer park in Nebraska, by the time she was 30, she had twice won the Oscar." Can she win another for Tommy Lee Jones'...

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    Jean-Marc Vallée Still Tunes in Deep to 'Wild,' Strayed and Witherspoon (Exclusive Video)

    It isn't every day that a director is so identified with his subject that his eyes well up with tears. Something about Cheryl Strayed's redemption and rediscovery hit deep inside Montreal director Jean-Marc Vallée, 51, who understood the impact that the loss of a parent can have on anyone, man or wo...

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    Telluride Film Festival

    The 41st Telluride Film Festival is hard to get to, but worth the trip, and showcases the most anticipated U.S. premieres from first time filmmakers like Jon Stewart to veteran filmmakers including Alejandro Gonzalez Inarritu and Bennett Miller.

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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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    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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    Oscars: 10 Potential Dark Horses, Plus What Hit & What Didn't At Telluride & Venice

    Time to cast out childish things, ladies and gents. Summer blockbuster season is over, festival season is starting (Telluride's done, Venice is ongoing, TIFF starts today), and we get to talk about movies not aimed at children for the next few months, because awards season is kicking off.

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