SNOWDEN REVEALED (THE TRAILER AND A POSTER ANYWAY)
Producers of Oliver Stone's delayed Snowden dropped a trailer this week. Here it is via YouTube:
The case for Snowden to make the Telluride playlist for this Labor Day is not bad. Stone has been in Telluride previously, albeit a good long time ago- 19 years with U-Turn. The films distributor is Open Road which hit it big time last year in Telluride with Best Picture Oscar winner Spotlight. That also bodes well.
Production Company Vendian Entertainment had Black Mass at Telluride last year as well.
The film's release has been delayed until Sept. 16th...putting it in the Telluride window. I actually think a Venice, Telluride, Toronto play is a possibility.
In addition to the trailer, we also got the first look at a poster for the film from The Film Stage too:
Here's a ton of coverage of the film that accompanied it"s trailer release this week:
MORE VIEWS OF THE SALESMAN
We got some additional stills from Asghar Farhadi's recently Cannes competition film The Salesman this week from The Film Stage.
The Salesman seems like a likely addition for Telluride's list too as Farhadi's previous Cannes chosen efforts, A Separation and The Past also made appearances at Telluride.
Here are the views we've seen thus far:
The article from The Film Stage that accompanies the new images does suggest that the long held theory that the film might be based, in some way, on Arthur Miller's Death of a Salesman seems not to be the case. Here's the link to the story:
The Salesman currently has no U.S. distribution.
More to come on Monday. Have a great weekend.
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