Selections have been made for the early fall festival programs, with awards contenders setting their sites on early bows to lay the track for Oscar gold.
Telluride Film Festival
The Telluride Film Festival has selected German filmmaker Volker Schlöndorff as its guest director. He will select a series of films to present at the 43rd Telluride Film Festival running over Labor…
With six-straight best picture showcases and an Oscars shout-out, the Colorado event is more popular than ever.
The Irish Film & Television Academy has selected “Viva” as Ireland's submission for the foreign language category at the Academy Awards. The film, directed by Paddy Breathnach from a script by Mark O…
Kino Lorber has snatched up all U.S. rights to Avishai Sivan's “Tikkun,” the daring black-and-white Israeli drama that just played Telluride and won prizes at this year's Jerusalem and Locarno fests…
Films such as "Steve Jobs," "Suffragette" and "Room" got an awards season boost at the just-concluded 42nd annual Telluride Film Festival.
The stop-motion wonder screened in Telluride over the weekend before heading to Venice's Competition slate this week.
"Only The Dead," Michael Ware and Bill Guttentag's picture about terror group Islamic State, will be distributed by U.K. firm Dogwoof.
TELLURIDE, Colo. — Seven years ago I sat down with Danny Boyle to discuss “Slumdog Millionaire,” at the time on its way to a release and, eventually, an eight-trophy tally on Oscar night. I wanted to…
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.
“Black Mass” and “Spotlight” have proven fast starters in the awards race, earning enthusiasm at both Venice and Telluride, while the Lido event also boasts “The Danish Girl” and the Colorado fest…