Scott Cooper's "Black Mass" and Tom McCarthy's "Spotlight" are intriguing not just for their shared setting of the city of Boston, but for themes that tie into the tight-knit community there.
Call it a contender. Danny Boyle's biopic just made perhaps the biggest splash of the 42nd Telluride Film Festival so far.
Brie Larson is of course exceptional in Lenny Abrahamson's Telluride debut "Room," but 8-year-old Jacob Tremblay might be the film's true revelation.
Attending the Telluride Film Festival for the first time ever, Andrew Haigh is excited to finally bring his across-the-pond hit "45 Years" to American audiences.
A pair of Oscar-winning documentary filmmakers were on hand with their latest in Telluride Friday: Davis Guggenheim with "He Named Me Malala" and Charles Ferguson with "Time to Choose."
Aretha Franklin is seeking to stop a planned Telluride Film Festival screening on Friday of “Amazing Grace,” the documentary culled from concert footage shot in 1972 by director Sydney Pollack…
Telluride Film Festival executive director Julie Huntsinger on protecting the 'purity' of the fest
The 42nd annual Telluride Film Festival promises yet another eclectic mix of fall Oscar hopefuls looking for a leg up on the season and international festival favorites hoping to make waves on these…
After coming up mostly short with 2014's "Nightcrawler," Open Road Films is back with a sure-fire Oscar contender in Tom McCarthy's newsroom drama "Spotlight."
Baltasar Kormákur's harrowing account of the 1996 Mount Everest disaster could certainly find support across the Academy's craft branches.
League owners discussed how to respond to the film in May so controversy could be brewing for this potential Oscar play starring Will Smith and Gugu Mbatha-Raw.