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Telluride 37 draws to a close

Today marks the close of the 37th Telluride Film Festival, presented by the National Film Preserve. Two surprise “Sneak Previews” joined the previously announced list of twenty-four feature films that played in the Festival’s main program; thirteen documentaries in the Backlot program; twenty-five new short films; and six revivals selected by Guest Director Michael Ondaatje. Telluride Film Festival’s celebration of art and film, set amongst the beauty of the Rockies, opened Friday, September 3 and closed today, September 6, 2010.

The following unannounced Sneak Previews screened at the 37th Telluride Film Festival:
127 HOURS (d. Danny Boyl, U.S., 2010)
BLACK SWAN (d. Darren Aronofsky, U.S., 2010)

Participating in seminars and panels ranging from cinema to culture to nature, and everything in between were Festival guests: Olivier Assayas, Danny Boyle, Claudia Cardinale, Lavinia Currier, Shlomi Eldar, Charles Ferguson, Colin Firth, James Franco, Stephen Frears, Alejandro González Iñárritu, Werner Herzog, Tom Hooper, Kazuo Ishiguro, Ben Mankiewicz, Lesley Manville, Greil Marcus, Errol Morris, Michael Ondaatje, Aron Ralston, Geoffrey Rush, Peter Sellars, Bertrand Tavernier and Peter Weir.

Additional attending Festival guests and program participants include:
Ehud Bleiberg, Serge Bromberg, James Bruce, Ken Burns, Justin Chadwick, Lee Chang-dong, Mark Cousins, Jake Eberts, Ralph Eggleston, Michelangelo Frammartino Sasha Waters Freyer, Andrew Garfield, Alex Garland, Ed Harris, Naomie Harris, Jan-Christopher Horak, Dennis Jakob, Harutyun Khachatryan, Kent Jones, Stanton Kaye, Bob Last, Richard Leacock, Phillip Lopate, Audrey Marrs, Kris Marshall, Craig McCall, Todd McCarthy, Mont Alto Motion Picture Orchestra, Carey Mulligan, Alexander Nanau, Bill Plympton, Edgar Ramirez, Kirill Razlogov, Mark Romanek, Judith Rosenberg, Teri Schwartz, Florin Serban, Fernando Trueba, Paolo Cherchi Usai, Sami van Ingen, Denis Villeneuve, Jane Weiner and Jon Wilkman.

Previously announced Silver Medallion honorees were Claudia Cardinale, Colin Firth and Peter Weir. The Special Medallion went to UCLA Film & Television Archive.

Films previously announced that played in the official 37th Telluride Film Festival program:
• A LETTER TO ELIA (d. Martin Scorsese and Kent Jones, U.S., 2010)
• ANOTHER YEAR (d. Mike Leigh, U.K., 2010)
• BIUTIFUL (d. Alejandro González Iñárritu, Mexico, 2010)
• CARLOS (d. Olivier Assayas, France, 2010)
• CHICO AND RITA (d. Fernando Trueba, Javier Mariscal Spain-Cuba, 2010)
• THE FIRST GRADER (d. Justin Chadwick, U.K., 2010)
• THE FIRST MOVIE (d. Mark Cousins, U.K., 2009)
• HAPPY PEOPLE: A YEAR IN THE TAIGA (d. Dmitry Vasyukov with Werner Herzog, Germany, 2010)
• IF I WANT TO WHISTLE, I WHISTLE (d. Florin Serban, Romania, 2010)
• THE ILLUSIONIST (d. Sylvain Chomet, U.K., France, 2010)
• INCENDIES (d. Denis Villeneuve, Canada, 2010)
• INSIDE JOB (d. Charles Ferguson, U.S., 2010)
• THE KINGS SPEECH (d. Tom Hooper, U.K., 2010)
• LE QUATTRO VOLTE (d. Michelangelo Frammartino, Italy, 2010)
• NEVER LET ME GO (d. Mark Romanek, U.K./U.S., 2010)
• OF GODS AND MEN (d. Xavier Beauvois, France, 2010)
• OKA! AMERIKEE (d. Lavinia Currier, U.S.-Central African Republic, 2010)
• POETRY (d. Lee Chang-dong, Korea, 2010)
• PRECIOUS LIFE (d. Shlomi Eldar, Israel, 2010)
• THE PRINCESS OF MONTPENSIER (d. Bertrand Tavernier, France, 2010)
• TABLOID (d. Errol Morris, U.S., 2010)
• TAMARA DREWE (d. Stephen Frears, U.K., 2010)
• THE TENTH INNING (d. Ken Burns, Lynn Novick, U.S., 2010)
• THE WAY BACK (d. Peter Weir, U.K., 2010)

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