We're less than a week away from the opening of the Cannes Film Festival (May 13) and the screening of a number of titles that could also screen in 4 months in The Chuck, The Palm or The Zog. Consequently, The Playlist posted its examination of 20 Cannes film that it is most energized about. Included in its list are such tiles as: "The Sea of Trees", "Carol", "The Cowboys", "Dheepan", The Lobster", "Macbeth", "Sicario", "The Tale of Tales" and "Youth". Take a look at their entire list and the films' details here:
MULLIGAN TALKS "SUFFRAGETTE" AND MORE
Anne Thompson posted this phone interview this week with British actress and two time Telluride attendee Carey Mulligan. Mulligan could make a third trip to T-ride on Labor Day weekend with Sarah Gavron's "Suffragette" which is among the topics Anne discussed with Mulligan, who is currently in NYC on Broadway in "Skylight". The interview is here:
NEW FROM "SICARIO"
A new image from Denis Villeneuve's Cannes competition entry "Sicario" comes via HitFix this week. Emily Blunt stars in what the director says is his best film. Does it show at The SHOW? I suspect that its possible, but might be a more likely a Toronto premiere. Here's the story:
COMING ATTRACTIONS: "INTO THE INFERNO"
As we contemplate whether Werner Herzog's "Queen of the Desert" will be a part of TFF #42's lineup, word comes yesterday that the auteur has his sights set on his next project which immediately becomes a Telluride possibility for 2016. Herzog will shop "Into the Inferno" to producers over the Cannes Film Festival with an eye to beginning production soon. Details linked below:
More to come on Monday...