Films such as "Steve Jobs," "Suffragette" and "Room" got an awards season boost at the just-concluded 42nd annual Telluride Film Festival.
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…
For those who subscribe to the generally held view that the late co-founder of Apple was both an iconic visionary and a monster with a silicon chip where his heart should be, rest assured that writer…
Call it a contender. Danny Boyle's biopic just made perhaps the biggest splash of the 42nd Telluride Film Festival so far.
Eighty-seven minutes in the company of 18-year-old Nobel Peace Prize laureate Malala Yousafzai is time very well spent, and that alone merits a recommendation for "He Named Me Malala," an expectedly…
"Deeds, not words," goes the refrain of "Suffragette," a stolidly well-meaning tribute to the handful of brave women who realized that polite, law-abiding protests weren't going to get them very far…
After an enthusiastic Telluride screening of “Room” on Saturday morning, Emma Donoghue admitted her novel and screen adaptation are based on “a really odd premise, but we wanted to shine a light on a…