Daily | Telluride 2013

Telluride Film Festival

This year’s poster is by Dean Tavoularis

We’re turning the Telluride Film Festival‘s announcement of the lineup for its 40th anniversary edition into an index of the coverage of the coverage as well as a gathering place for links to and notes on Telluride-specific goings on. Click the titles for new roundups (and more of those titles will become live links as the days and weeks roll on) and the names of festivals (e.g., Cannes) for roundups posted earlier in the year.

As you’ll see below, there’s quite a lot of screening going on up in those Colorado mountains in just five days (to celebrate its 40th, Telluride has added an extra day to its usual four-day run, opening on August 29 and running through Labor Day, September 2). We’re sticking here to the films alone, beginning with the main program, the “Show”; for more on the conversations, education programs, and so on, see the full announcement here.


Yuval Adler’s Bethlehem.

Ritesh Batra’s The Lunchbox. Cannes.

J.C. Chandor’s All Is Lost. Cannes. Robert Redford is one of three winners of this year’s Silver Medallion Awards.

Philippe Claudel’s Before the Winter Chill.

Joel and Ethan Coen’s Inside Llewyn Davis. Cannes. Music producer T Bone Burnett is another Silver Medallion Award-winner.

Gia Coppola’s Palo Alto.

Alfonso Cuarón’s Gravity.

John Curran’s Tracks.

Mitra Farahani’s Fifi Howls from Happiness.

Asghar Farhadi’s The Past. Cannes.

Ralph Fiennes’s The Invisible Woman.

Jonathan Glazer’s Under the Skin.

Werner Herzog‘s Death Row: Blaine Milam + Robert Fratta. Aguirre, the Wrath of God (1972) will also be screened.

Agnieszka Holland’s Burning Bush.

Abdellatif Kechiche’s Blue Is the Warmest Color. Cannes.

Daniel Keller and Dayna Goldfine’s The Galapagos Affair: Satan Came to Eden. 8/29: Acquired by Zeitgeist. Interview.

Sebastián Lelio’s Gloria.

David Mackenzie’s Starred Up.

Steve McQueen’s 12 Years a Slave. Added to the lineup on 8/30.

Errol Morris’s The Unknown Known.

Rithy Panh’s The Missing Picture. Cannes.

Pawel Pawlikowski’s Ida.

Alexander Payne’s Nebraska. Cannes.

Nicolas Philibert’s La Maison de la Radio. Interview.

Mohammad Rasoulof’s Manuscripts Don’t Burn. Cannes. Rasoulof is another Silver Medallion Award-winner.

Jason Reitman’s Labor Day.

Shane Salerno’s Salinger.

Stefano Sardo’s Slow Food Story.

Teller’s Tim’s Vermeer.

Denis Villeneuve’s Prisoners. Added to the lineup on 8/30.


Don Delillo presents Victor Erice’s La Morte Rouge (2006) and analyzes the 26-second Zapruder film.

Buck Henry presents the “director’s cut” of Mike Hodges’s The Terminal Man (1972).

Phillip Lopate presents Maurice Pialat’s Naked Childhood (1969) with Pialat’s short, Love Exists (1960).

Michael Ondaatje presents Chris Marker’s La Jeteé (1962) and Alan Clarke’s Elephant (1989).

B. Ruby Rich presents Sara Gómez’s One Way or Another (1974).

Salman Rushdie presents Satyajit Ray‘s Mahanagar (1963).


Michael Barker presents Giulio Petroni’s Death Rides a Horse (1967).

Colin MacCabe presents Chris Marker and Pierre Lhomme’s Le Joli Mai (1963).

Monique Montgomery presents Sacha Guitry’s La Poison (1951).

“Pordenone Presents” selects Victor Sjöström’s He Who Gets Slapped (1924) and Vsevolod Pudovkin’s A Simple Case (1930), both with live musical accompaniment.

Pierre Rissient selects Irving Lerner and Joseph Strick’s Muscle Beach (1948) and a TV episode, Bernard Girard’s A Piece of the Action (1962).

David Thomson presents William Dieterle’s Portrait of Jennie (1948).


David Cairns’s Natan.

Patrick Cazals’s Musidora, the Tenth Muse.

Mark Cousins’s Here Be Dragons and A Story of Children and Film.

Joey Figueroa and Zak Knutson’s Milius. SXSW.

Alberto Fuguet’s Locations: Looking for Rusty James, followed by a screening of Francis Ford Coppola’s Rumble Fish (1983).

Mark Kidel’s Road Movie: A Portrait of John Adams.

Mark Levinson’s Particle Fever.

Emilio Maille’s Multiple Visions, the Crazy Machine.

Frank Pavich’s Jodorowsky’s Dune. Cannes.

Frédéric Tcheng’s Dior and I.

Peter Von Bagh’s Remembrance: A Small Movie About Ouul in the 1950s.

See our Spotlight on Telluride, a selection of films that’ve played the festival which you can watch right now.

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