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  1. Telluride Film Festival: George Clooney, Alexander Payne In House For 'The Descendants' Screening

    12:46 pm 9/2/2011

    The Fox Searchlight awards hopeful was co-written by the "Sideways" scribe.Read more

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  2. Telluride Film Festival: Best Picture Contenders in Colorado?

    10:35 am 9/2/2011

    UPDATED: The fest where two of the last three best picture Oscar winners -- "Slumdog Millionaire" (2008) and "The King Speech" (2010) -- were first screened has officially kicked off.Read more

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  3. A Dangerous Method: Venice Film Review

    1:40 am 9/2/2011

    David Cronenberg's film explores Sigmund Freud and Carl Jung's falling-out over a beautiful, sexually hysterical patient.Read more

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  4. Sundance Selects Picks Up Werner Herzog's 'Into the Abyss'

    11:45 am 9/1/2011

    "The Cave of Forgotten Dreams" director explores a triple homicide in his new film.Read more

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  5. Telluride Lineup Features 'A Dangerous Method,' 'The Descendants' and 'Shame'

    11:00 am 9/1/2011

    George Clooney will receive the Silver Medallion Tribute at the Rocky Mountain film festival.Read more

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  6. Telluride Film Festival Receives $50,000 Grant From Academy

    9:59 am 8/31/2011

    The annual gift will once again underwrite the Colorado fest's guest director program.Read more

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  7. Scott Feinberg Joins The Hollywood Reporter as Awards Season Blogger; THR.com Rebrands Its Awards Coverage

    4:57 pm 8/30/2011

    He will officially kick off awards season coverage and analysis at the Telluride Film Festival on Sept. 2.Read more

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  8. Telluride Film Festival: THR's Film Critic Todd McCarthy On Why Secret Lineup Works

    3:56 pm 8/25/2011

    The festival veteran weighs in on this year’s Colorado event.Read more

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  9. Telluride's Big Real Estate Listings

    3:32 pm 8/25/2011

    Jerry Seinfeld and Dick Ebersol are among the notable names looking to sell in the rustic town, Colorado's most expensive.Read more

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