Robert Redford stars as a man lost at sea in J.C. Chandor's pic.
The Palme D'Or-winning film was the talk of Cannes.
Venice opener "Gravity" will also play at Telluride.
The festival will show "Inside Llewyn Davis" and hold a tribute to Joel and Ethan Coen and T Bone Burnett.
Telluride will honor director Werner Herzog with a theater named after him and show 1972's "Aguirre" and his latest docu "Death Row."
Werner Herzog's "Death Row: Blaine Milam + Robert Fratta" follows two inmates on Texas' death row.
Bruce Dern stars in "Nebraska."
Based on stories by James Franco, Emma Roberts stars in Gia Coppola's debut feature.
Philippe Claudel's pic stars Kristin Scott Thomas.
Yuval Adler's "Bethlehem" has already earned 12 nominations from the Israeli Film Academy, including Best Film.
Kate Winslet and Josh Brolin star in Jason Reitman's latest film "Labor Day."
Mohammad Rasoulof's documentary about secret police in Iran, was shot illegally and smuggled out of the country for its debut at Cannes.
"The Galapagos Affair: Satan Came to Eden" documents a 1930s social experiment gone awry on the island of Floreana.
Ralph Fiennes directs and stars as Charles Dickens in "The Invisible Woman."
Scarlett Johansson stars in Jonathan Glazer's sci-fi pic.
Irrfan Khan stars as a widower wooed by a lunch box, or rather its chef.
Cambodian director Rithy Panh uses dioramas and clay figurines in this film about the country's genocide.
Berenice Bejo and Tahar Rahim star in Asghar Farhadi's "The Past."
Errol Morris examines Secretary of Defense Donald Rumsfeld's reign in "The Unknown Known."
Mia Wasikowska stars as a woman trekking across Australia with just four camels and a dog.
20% nonrefundable/nontransferable tax credit for films budgeted $75M or less and basic cable shows
25% nonrefundable/nontransferable tax credit for relocating TV series
25% transferable tax credit for indie films
$3 billion:loss of production wages in California (2004-2011)
90,000: loss of production jobs in California (2004-2011)
25%-30% refundable tax credit
Breaking Bad (TV Series)
Lone Ranger (Feature)
20%-40% transferable tax credit
Teen Beach Movie (Feature)
Fast Five (Feature)
Pirates of the Caribbean: On Stranger Tides (Feature)
20%-25% refundable tax credit
Hawaii Five-0 (TV Series)
Lost (TV Series)
20%-32% cash rebate
Oz the Great and Powerful (Feature)
Real Steel (Feature)
Scream 4 (Feature)
Transformers 4 (Feature)
Revolution: Season 2 (TV Series)
Dallas (TV Series)
30%-35% transferable tax credit
Fantastic Four (Feature)
Pirates of the Caribbean 5 (Feature)
Dawn of the Planet
of the Apes (Feature)
20%-30% transferable tax credit
Dolphin Tale 2 (Feature)
Burn Notice (TV Series)
The Glades (TV Series)
20%-30% transferable tax credit
Hunger Games:Catching Fire (Feature)
The Walking Dead (TV Series)
Tyler Perry Projects (TV Series and Features)
25% refundable tax credit
Revolution: Season 1 (TV Series)
Under the Dome (TV Series)
Iron Man 3 (Feature)
30% production: refundable tax credit
30%-35% post: refundable tax credit
The Tonight Show - 2014 (TV Series)
America's Got Talent (TV Series)
The Amazing Spider-Man 2 (Feature)
25% transferable tax credit
The Judge (Feature)
The Equalizer (Feature)
25%-30% transferable tax credit
After Earth (Feature)
The Last Airbender (Feature)
Big-budget Hollywood features are now routinely shot outside the U.S., lured by tax breaks and even hard cash offered by 32 foreign jurisdictions. These benefits often go to post and vfx work in addition to production. At right: key countries and Canadian provinces.