Coming Attractions: Telluride


Here’s the schedule for Telluride, Friday through Monday.

38th Telluride Film Festival is proud to present the following new feature films to play in its main program, the ‘SHOW’:
•    ALBERT NOBBS (d. Rodrigo Garcia, U.S., 2011)
•    THE ARTIST (d. Michel Hazanavicius, France, 2011)
•    BECOMING BERT STERN (d. Shannah Laumeister, U.S., 2011)
•    BITTER SEEDS (d. Micha X. Peled, U.S., 2011)
•    BONSÁI (d. Cristián Jiménez, Chile, 2011)
•    A DANGEROUS METHOD (d. David Cronenberg, U.K.-Switzerland-U.S.-Canada, 2011)
•    THE DESCENDANTS (d. Alexander Payne, U.S., 2011)
•    DIANA VREELAND: THE EYE HAS TO TRAVEL (d. Lisa Immordino-Vreeland, U.S., 2011)
•    FOOTNOTE (d. Joseph Cedar, Israel, 2011)
•    THE FORGIVENESS OF BLOOD (d. Joshua Marston, U.S.-Albania-Denmark-Italy, 2011)
•    GOODBYE FIRST LOVE (d. Mia Hansen-Løve, France, 2011)
•    LE HAVRE (d. Aki Kaurismäki, Finland, 2011)
•    HOLLYWOOD DON’T SURF (d. Greg Macgillivray, Sam George, U.S., 2011)
•    IN DARKNESS (d. Agnieszka Holland, Poland, 2011)
•    INTO THE ABYSS: A TALE OF DEATH, A TALE OF LIFE (d. Werner Herzog, U.S., 2011)
•    THE ISLAND PRESIDENT (d. Jon Shenk, U.S., 2011)
•    THE KID WITH A BIKE (d. Luc and Jean-Pierre Dardenne, Belgium, 2011)
•    LIVING IN THE MATERIAL WORLD (d. Martin Scorsese, U.S., 2011)
•    PASSERBY (d. Eryk Rocha, Brazil, 2011)
•    PERDIDA (d. Viviana García Besné, Mexico, 2011)
•    PINA (d. Wim Wenders, Germany, 2011)
•    A SEPARATION (d. Asghar Farhadi, Iran, 2011)
•    SHAME (d. Steve McQueen, U.K., 2011)
•    THE STORY OF FILM: AN ODYSSEY (d. Mark Cousins, U.K., 2011)
•    TARGET (d. Alexander Zeldovich, Russia, 2011)
•    THE TURIN HORSE (d. Béla Tarr, Hungary, 2011)
•    THE WAY HOME (d. Dr. Biju, India, 2010)
•     WE NEED TO TALK ABOUT KEVIN (d. Lynne Ramsey, U.K., 2011)

Previously announced Guest Director Caetano Veloso, who serves as a key collaborator in the Festival’s program, presents the following six films in archival 35mm prints:
•    ANICETO (d. Leonardo Favio, Argentina, 2008)
•    THE APARTMENT (d. Billy Wilder, U.S., 1960)
•    BLACK GOD, WHITE DEVIL (d. Glauber Rocha, Brazil, 1964)
•    LE GRANDES MANOEUVRES (d. René Clair, France, 1955)
•    NORDESTE:  CORDEL, REPENTE E CANÇÃO  (d.  Tânia Quaresma, Brazil, 1975)
•    VIVRE SA VIE (d. Jean-Luc Godard, France, 1962)

•    FROM MORNING TO MIDNIGHT (d. Karl-Heinz Martin, Germany, 1920) – Brand new original score performed live by the Alloy Orchestra.
•    HAPPY-GO-LUCKY (d. Vasili Shukshin, Russia, 1972)
•    THE HOUSE ON TRUBNAYA SQUARE – (d. Boris Barnet, USSR, 1928) – A score by Dennis James, commissioned by the Pacific Film Archive in Berkeley for its 25th Anniversary, will be performed by its composer and his Filmharmonia Ensemble.
•    SPOTLIGHT ON MARCEL PAGNOL – Two films will screen in celebration of the great French filmmaker: HARVEST (France, 1939) and MERLUSSE (France, 1938) introduced by Nicolas Pagnol and Alice Waters.
•    A TRIP TO THE MOON AND BEYOND – Serge Bromberg returns to Telluride with Georges Méliès’s famous 1902 “moon with a rocket in the eye” completely restored by Lobster Films and the Groupama Gan and Technicolor Foundation. Along with other surprises from attics and flea markets, Bromberg accompanies it all with live piano and stories.

Backlot, Telluride’s intimate screening room featuring behind-the-scenes movies and portraits of artists, musicians and filmmakers, will screen the following programs:
•    AVENTURERA (d. Alberto Gout, Mexico, 1950)
•    DOCUMENTARY REVOLUTIONS: featuring two hour-long documentaries THE DOCUMENTARY FILM MOB (d. Chris Durlacher, U.K., 2011) and THE CAMERA THAT CHANGED THE WORLD (d. Mandy Chang, U.K., 2011)
•    I AM MY FILMS, PART 2… 30 YEARS LATER (d. Christian Weisenborn, Germany, 2011)
•    IN THE TRACKS OF GEORGE DELERUE (d.Pascale Cuenot, France, 2011)
•    NOTES FOR AN IMAGINARY BIOGRAPHY (d. Edgardo Cozarinsky, France, 2011)
•    SARRIS, SILENTS AND SOUNDS: a collection of short films including ANDREW SARRIS: CRITIC IN FOCUS (d. Casimir Nozkowski, U.S., 2011); SERGEI PROKOFIEV (d. Julia Titova, Russia, 2011); NIGHT HUNTER (d. Stacy Steers, U.S., 2011); and ODE TO THE DAWN OF MAN (d. Werner Herzog, U.S., 2011)
•    SODANKYLÄ FOREVER (d. Peter von Bagh, Finland, 2011)
•    TROPICÁLIA (d. Marcelo Machado, Brazil, 2011)

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