Festival will no longer prevent Telluride titles from playing its first weekend, though it retains significant restrictions
Telluride Film Festival
National Book Award finalist joins previous visiting artists like Alexander Payne, Salman Rushdie, Peter Bogdanovich
Reese Witherspoon’s Odd F-Bombs, Michael Keaton Mania, ‘Weird Tales’ Show-Stealing: 7 Telluride Takeaways
An Argentine comedy trumps “Birdman” and “The Imitation Game” while the confab says it could care less about Best Picture candidates
New Michael Keaton and Steve Carell movies make their U.S. debuts, kicking off what might be an awards-season battle
Benedict Cumberbatch in ‘Imitation Game’ Steals the Show From Reese Witherspoon and Jon Stewart in Telluride
The British actor didn’t make it to Colorado, but his film “The Imitation Game” is the hit of the festival’s opening day
Jon Stewart’s ‘Rosewater’ Trailer Shows Gael Garcia Bernal as Imprisoned Newsweek Journalist (Video)
The Mexican actor plays Maziar Bahari, a journalist imprisoned in Iran while covering the 2009 elections
Affleck's "Argo" remained the festival's most popular triumph, but by Labor Day's end, newbie documentarian Sarah Polley had claimed the late-buzz trophy
Telluride tributee Cotillard brought the Cannes entry "Rust & Bone" to America, while Ken Burns and Errol Morris gave the fest some documentary star power
Murray and Gerwig enter the race for king and queen of the 39th Telluride Film Festival with "Hyde Park on Hudson" and Noah Baumbach's rapturously...
"Argo" isn't typical festival or Oscar fare, but it enraptured most Telluride viewers — leaving more serious opening-night contenders, like Sally Potter's latest, to pick...
Cooperative venture between Telluride and UCLA gives film students a workshop festival experience and brings a jointly-curated film series to Westwood campus
Telluride Film Festival lineup is long on international auteurs, short on Oscar contenders
As the festival drew to a close, Swinton, Michael Fassbender, and Glenn Close all soared in dark fare it may be hard to get the...
Telluride may have peaked with its very first premiere, of “The Descendants,” but Glenn Close’s gender-bending performance has also drawn heat
Alexander Payne’s “The Descendants” started the festival on a Rocky Mountain high, while Glenn Close in drag and Martin Scorsese’s tribute to a Beatle drew...
Colorado festival unveils its lineup the day before the fest begins; Werner Herzog, Martin Scorsese films also represented
AMPAS underwrites program for fourth straight year; Caetano Veloso to serve as Guest Director
Cheers for Danny Boyle and Peter Weir as fall festival season kicks off
“The English Patient” novelist/screenwriter Michael Ondaatje is this year’s guest director
Peter Weir and Colin Firth will receive awards as part of the weekend fest