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Lineup of the 1998 Telluride Film Festival

Lineup of the 1998 Telluride Film Festival

Lineup of the 1998 Telluride Film Festival

Happiness,” directed by Todd Solondz (U.S., 1998)

My Son the Fanatic,” directed by Udayan Prasad (England, 1997), Shown
with “Fetch,” directed by Lynn-Maree Danzey (Australia)

The General,” directed by John Boorman (Ireland, 1998)

August 32nd on Earth,” directed by Denis Villeneuve (Canada, 1998)
Shown with “Everybody’s Pregnant,” directed by Debra Solomon (U.S.,

The Dreamlife of Angels,” directed by Erick Zonca (France, 1998)

The Apple,” directed by Samira Makhmalbaf (Iran, 1998) Shown with “‘Til
Death Do Us Part,” directed by Cindy Kleine (U.S., 1998)

Claire Dolan,” directed by Lodge Kerrigan (U.S./France, 1998) Shown
with The Man Who Couldn’t Open Doors,” directed by Paul Arden (England,

Life at Any Cost,” directed by Stefan Jarl (Sweden, 1998)

Autumn Tale,” directed by Eric Rohmer (France, 1998)

Dance Me to My Song,” directed by Rolf de Heer (Australia, 1998)

I’m Losing You,” directed by Bruce Wagner (U.S., 1998)

The Man Who Laughs,” directed by Paul Leni (U.S., 1928)

Dancing at Lughnasa,” directed by Pat O’Connor (Ireland, 1998)

The Kindness of Strangers,” directed by Maro Chermayeff (U.S., 1998)

Brakhage,” directed by Jim Shedden (Canada, 1998) Shown with
Photograph,” directed by Alexander Kott (Russia, 1997)

I Stand Alone” (“Seul Contre Tous”), directed by Gaspar Noe (France,

Xiu Xiu – The Sent Down Girl,” directed by Joan Chen (U.S./China, 1998)

Touch of Evil,” directed by Orson Welles (U.S., 1958/1998)

We All Loved Each Other So Much,” directed by Ettore Scola (Italy,

Outskirts,” directed by Petr Lutsik (Russia, 1998)

Remous,” directed by Edmond T. Greville (France, 1934)

It Happened Here,” directed by Andrew Mollo and Kevin Brownlow
(England, 1964)

Dial H-I-S-T-O-R-Y,” directed by Johan Grimonprez (Belgium, 1997)

The Informer,” directed by Arthur Robison (England, 1929)

Make Way for Tomorrow,” directed by Leo McCarey (U.S., 1937) Shown
with “Stairway To Heaven,” directed by Errol Morris (U.S., 1998)

The Fire Within,” directed by Louis Malle (France, 1964)

The Reckless Moment,” directed by Max Ophuls (U.S., 1948)

Chronicle of a Summer,” directed by Edgar Morin and Jean Rouch (France,

M,” directed by Joseph Losey (U.S., 1951)

The Night of the Hunter,” directed by Charles Laughton (U.S., 1955)

Smiles of a Summer Night,” directed by Ingmar Bergman (Sweden, 1955)

Endurance,” directed by Leslie Woodhead (USA, 1998)

Central Station,” directed by Walter Salles (Brazil, 1998)

The Inheritors,” directed by Stefan Ruzowitzky (Austria, 1998)

Strike,” directed by Sergei Eisenstein (Russia, 1924)

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