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Telluride lines up Cache, Lost City and more

Each Labor Day weekend, the tiny mountain village of Telluride, Colorado triples in size. Swells of passionate film enthusiasts flood the town for four days of total cinematic immersion, embarking on a viewing odyssey, blissfully spending entire days in flickering dark rooms. With only an appreciation of celluloid to guide them, these devotees flock to the show, year after year.

Before the event unfolds nobody knows what’s playing, or who’s being honored at Telluride, before the event unfolds. It’s a secret to members of the press, also. This keeps things surprising for everybody.

This Year's Guest Director: Don Delillo

Films at the festival include the following:

"Cache," directed by Michael Haneke;
"Be With Me," from Eric Khoo (the opening-night film of Cannes' Directors Fortnight);
"Paradise Now," Hany Abu-Assad's story of two young Palestinian suicide bombers;
"Fateless," Lajos Koltai's Holocaust drama;
"Three Times," a trio of short stories by Taiwanese filmmaker Hou Hsiao-hsien;
"Johanna," Kornel Mundruczo's story of Joan of Arc;
"Edmond," directed by Stuart GordonStuart Gordon and adapted by David Mamet from his stage play;
"Lost City," Andy Garcia's drama set during the Cuban revolution;
"Conversations With Other Women," directed by Hans Canosa, with Helena Bonham Carter and Aaron Eckhardt;
"Iron Island," from Iranian helmer Mohammed Rasoulof;
"Sisters in Law," Kim Longinotto's documentary;
"Live and Become," from director Radu Mihaileanu.
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