FIRST LOOKS FOR YOU WERE NEVER REALLY HERE
WAKEFIELD BEGINS TO EMERGE
BARRY JENKINS PROFILED
Director/writer Barry Jenkins has had a whirlwind going since Moonlight dropped at Telluride last Labor Day weekend. The film became a key player in the awards season earning eight Academy Award nominations and it won Oscars for Best Picture, Adapted Screenplay and Supporting Actor. Jenkins was busy throughout.
The Denver Post recently profiled the film maker who, as you might expect, is red hot as a result of Moonlight's success. Take a look by clicking on the link.
BURNS PRESENTS VIETNAM AT HARVARD
I mentioned this as a potential SHOW addition in the last post: Ken Burns screening some of the 18 hours that will make up his documentary Vietnam that is scheduled to begin screening on PBS on Sept. 17th.
Burns recently screened some of the footage at Harvard and also appeared to answer some questions.
Coverage and clues about the project can be found here From The Harvard Gazette.
A LOOK BACK AT TFF #31
I continue the project I wrote about last week in today's post as I try to expend the history of past Telluride Film Festivals beyond the program links on the official Telluride Film Festival website.
Today, it's the 31st fest which ran from Sept. 3-6, 2004. Here's the review of the program:
And that's that for this Thursday...more on Monday.
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