Telluride Film Festival Announces 2014 Poster By Artist Christian Marclay
The 41st Telluride Film Festival announced the poster for this year The poster is by artist Christian Marclay, who works with sculpture, performance, collage and photography.
"I was very pleased to be invited to design the poster for the Telluride film festival," said Christian Marclay. "I decided to celebrate celluloid at a time when the old analog medium is being replaced by digital technology.
I have always been interested in outmoded formats such as vinyl records, cassette tapes, or rotary telephones. I also wanted to show how cinema is an art of collage – fragments are collected and assembled to tell a story.
The filmstrip with its sprocket holes and optical sound track is instantly recognized as the universal symbol for film. I wonder what will replace it?" The TIFF runs from August 29 through September 1.
The 41st Telluride Film Festival passes are now available at http://www.telluridefilmfestival.org/show
Telluride Film Festival (August 29 – September 1, 2014), presented by National Film Preserve, Ltd. announces its Call for Entries in all categories including student, short and feature length films.
Submission period begins April 15, 2014. Film Entry Form is available for download at www.telluridefilmfestival.org.
Shorts and student film submissions must be received no later than 5:00 pm, July 1, 2014. Feature film submissions must be received no later than 5:00 pm, July 15, 2014. All submissions must have been completed after July 15, 2013 and no works in progress will be accepted. Feature-length films (60 minutes or longer) will only be considered if they are to have their first North American screening at Telluride Film Festival. Final program determinations will be made by August 1, 2014. No early or late entries will be accepted.
Professional and amateur filmmakers working in all aesthetic disciplines and genres including narrative, documentary, animation and experimental are welcome.
Each year Telluride Film Festival plays host to an average of 25 feature films and 25 shorts and student films. Films selected to screen at Telluride Film Festival will be shown out-of-competition. TFF is not a competitive festival.
For more information visit www.telluridefilmfestival.org
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I know there are some concerns that we are no longer supporting the Blackmagic Cinema Camera or Pocket Cinema Camera. I just want to assure you that this is not the case.Let me give you some background information about the development and why it is taking longer than expected.
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En CompétitionFilm d'ouverture
Olivier DAHAN - GRACE DE MONACO
Olivier ASSAYAS - SILS MARIA
Bertrand BONELLO -SAINT LAURENT
Nuri Bilge CEYLAN - WINTER SLEEP
David CRONENBERG - MAPS TO THE STARS
Jean-Pierre DARDENNE, Luc DARDENNE - DEUX JOURS, UNE NUIT
Xavier DOLAN - MOMMY
Atom EGOYAN - CAPTIVES
Jean-Luc GODARD - ADIEU AU LANGAGE
Michel HAZANAVICIUS - THE SEARCH
Tommy Lee JONES - THE HOMESMAN
Naomi KAWASE - FUTATSUME NO MADO (Still the water)
Mike LEIGH - MR. TURNER
Ken LOACH - JIMMY’S HALL
Bennett MILLER - FOXCATCHER
Alice ROHRWACHER - LE MERAVIGLIE
Abderrahmane SISSAKO - TIMBUKTU
Damian SZIFRON - RELATOS SALVAJES (Wild Tales)
Andrey ZVYAGINTSEV - LEVIATHAN
Un Certain Regard
Marie AMACHOUKELI, Claire BURGER, Samuel THEIS - PARTY GIRL 1er film
Lisandro ALONSO - JAUJA
Mathieu AMALRIC - LA CHAMBRE BLEUE
Asia ARGENTO - INCOMPRESA (L'Incomprise) v
Kanu BEHL - TITLI 1er film
Ned BENSON - ELEANOR RIGBY 1er film
Pascale FERRAN - BIRD PEOPLE v
Ryan GOSLING - LOST RIVER 1er film
Jessica HAUSNER - AMOUR FOU
Rolf de HEER - CHARLIE’S COUNTRY (Le Pays de Charlie)
Andrew HULME - SNOW IN PARADISE 1er film
July JUNG - DOHEE-YA (A Girl at my Door) 1er film
Panos KOUTRAS - XENIA
Philippe LACÔTE -- RUN 1er film
Ruben ÖSTLUND - TURIST -(Force Majeure)
Jaime ROSALES - HERMOSA JUVENTUD (La Belle Jeunesse)
WANG Chao - FANTASIA
Wim WENDERS Juliano RIBEIRO SALGADO - THE SALT OF THE EARTH (Le Sel de la terre)
Keren YEDAYA - LOIN DE SON ABSENCE
Dean DEBLOIS - DRAGONS 2
ZHANG Yimou - GUI LAI (Coming Home)
Séances de minuit CHANG PYO JEOK - (The Target) Kristian LEVRING - THE SALVATION David MICHOD - THE ROVER
Séances spéciales Aida BEGIC, Leonardo DI COSTANZO, Jean-Luc GODARD, Kamen KALEV, Isild LE BESCO, Sergei LOZNITSA, Vincenzo MARRA, Ursula MEIER, Vladimir PERISIC, Cristi PUIU, Marc RECHA, Angela SCHANELEC, Teresa VILLAVERDE LES PONTS DE SARAJEVO
Gabe POLSKY - RED ARMY
Sergei LOZNITSA - MAIDAN
Ossama MOHAMMED -EAU ARGENTÉE
Stéphanie VALLOATTO -CARICATURISTES - FANTASSINS DE LA DÉMOCRATIE
Célébration des 70 ans du journal Le Monde : Yves JEULAND LES GENS DU MONDE
Janusz Kaminski: On Working With Spielberg And The Death Of Film. By Katey Rich @ cinemablend.com
Summer ChildrenA Special Screening At Slamdance 2011 last Monday 24. An early work from the American New Wave movement, Summer Children is a time capsule of the culture of the ‘60s.
A view into the duality of human perception as the sunlight of day obscures the drama illuminated in the shadows of night. West (Stuart Anderson), a handsome young man born to a wealthy yet absent family, falls in love with the ethereal Diana (Valora Noland).
Their innocence was forever lost as the Summer Children became tangled in seduction, deception and betrayal resulting in tragedy.
A 1965 American New Wave Black and White film - ensemble cast/coming of age romantic drama set against backdrop of Catalina Island. Visually intoxicating, photographed in a 1960s European-style by Academy Award® winning cinematographer, Vilmos Zsigmond, ASC and fully restored from the negatives and optical tracks in 2010.