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Telluride Film Festival Gets ‘Birdman,’ ‘Wild,’ and More

telluride-poster-headerWell they have finally spoken.  The anticipated list of films screening at the Telluride Film Festival has been released and it is packed with Oscar hopefuls and smaller prestige films that can surprise.

You can see the list down below but the big ones is Birdman, 99 Homes, The Imitation Game, and Wild, all perceived to have some Oscar buzz.  Jon Stewart’s Rosewater will also have a debut there, after just premiering in Venice (that news to come).

The Telluride lineup:

“The 50 Year Argument” (d. Martin Scorsese, David Tedeschi, U.K.-U.S., 2014)
“’71” (d. Yann Demange, U.K., 2014)
“99 Homes” (d. Ramin Bahrani, U.S., 2014)
“Birdman” (d. Alejandro González Iñárritu, U.S., 2014)
“Dancing Arabs” (d. Eran Riklis, Israel-Germany-France, 2014)
“The Decent One” (d. Vanessa Lapa, Australia-Israel-Germany, 2014)
“Diplomacy” (d. Volker Schlöndorff, France-Germany, 2014)
“Foxcatcher” (d. Bennett Miller, U.S., 2014)
“The Gate” (d. Régis Wargnier, France-Belgium-Cambodia, 2014)
“The Homesman” (d. Tommy Lee Jones, U.S., 2014)
“The Imitation Game” (d. Morten Tyldum, U.K.-U.S., 2014)
“Leviathan” (d. Andrey Zvyagintsev, Russia, 2014)
“The Look of Silence” (d. Joshua Oppenheimer, Denmark-Indonesia-Norway-Finalnd-U.S., 2014)
“Madame Bovary” (d. Sophie Barthes, U.K.-Belgium, 2014)
“Merchants of Doubt” (d. Robert Kenner, U.S., 2014)
“Mommy” (d. Xavier Dolan, Canada, 2014)
“Mr. Turner” (d. Mike Leigh, U.K., 2014)
“The Price of Fame” (d. Xavier Beauvois, France, 2014)
“Red Army” (d. Gabe Polsky, U.S.-Russia, 2014)
“Rosewater” (d. Jon Stewart, U.S., 2014)
“The Salt of the Earth”  (d. Wim Wenders, Juliano Ribeiro Salgado, Brazil-Italy-France, 2014)
“Tales of the Grim Sleeper” (d. Nick Broomfield, U.K.-U.S, 2014)
“Two Days, One Night” (d. Luc Dardenne, Jean-Pierre Dardenne, Belgium-Italy-France, 2014)
“Wild” (d. Jean-Marc Valleé, U.S., 2014)
“Wild Tales” (d. Damián Szifrón, Argentina-Spain, 2014)

Guest directors selections:
“California Split” (d. Robert Altman, U.S., 1974)
“Il Grido” (d. Michelangelo Antonioni, Italy, 1957)
“M” (d. Joseph Losey, U.S., 1951)
“A Man’s Castle” (d. Frank Borzage, U.S., 1933)
“The Road to Glory” (d. Howard Hawks, U.S., 1936)
“Wicked Woman” (d. Russell Rouse, U.S., 1953)

Additional revivals:
“Children of No Importance” (d. Gerhard Lamprecht, Germany, 1926)
“Too Much Johnson” (d. Orson Welles, U.S., 1938)
“Carroll Ballard: Seems Like Only Yesterday”
“Where Eagles Dare”  (d. Brian G. Hutton, U.S., 1968)

Backlot:
“Bertolucci on Bertolucci” (d. Walter Fasano, Luca Guadagnino, Italy, 2013)
“Forbidden Films” (d. Felix Moeller, Germany, 2014)
“How to Smell a Rose”  (d. Les Blank, Gina Leibrecht, U.S.-France, 2014)
“I Stop Time” (d. Gunilla Bresky, Sweden-Russia, 2014)
“Keep on Keepin’ On” (d. Alan Hicks, U.S., 2014)
“Magician” (d. Chuck Workman, U.S., 2014)
“Night Will Fall” (d. André Singer, U.K.-U.S.-Israel, 2014)
“Seymour” (d. Ethan Hawke, U.S., 2014)
“Socialism” (d. Peter von Bagh, Finland, 2014)

What do you think?

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Written by Clayton Davis

Clayton Davis is the esteemed Editor and Owner of AwardsCircuit.com. Born in Bronx, NY to a Puerto Rican mother and Black father, he’s been criticizing film and television for over a decade. Clayton is a member of the Broadcast Film Critics Association where he votes and attends the kick off to the awards season, the Critics Choice Awards. He also founded the Latino Entertainment Journalists Association, the first Latino-based critics’ organization in the United States. He’s also an active member of the African-American Film Critics Association, New York Film Critics Online, International Press Academy, Black Reel Awards, and the Broadcast Television Journalists Association. Clayton has been quoted and appeared in various outlets that include The New York Times, CNN.com, Variety, Deadline, Los Angeles Times, FOX 5, Bloomberg Television, AOL, Huffington Post, Bloomberg Radio, The Wrap, Slash Film, and the Hollywood Reporter.

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