TFF #44 TEN BETS #3
And so because it's Friday, it's time for the third iteration of MTFB's Ten Bets for Telluride. It's my weekly attempt to guess what will play at this year's fest ranked in order of what I believe their likelihood to be.
Last week's Ten Bets looked like this:
4) Battle of the Sexes
6) The Florida Project
7) A Fantastic Woman
8) The Other Side of Hope
9) 120 BPM10) You Were Never Really Here
This week's Ten Bets...
4) The Florida Project
5) A Fantastic Woman
6) Battle of the Sexes
7) 120 BPM
8) The Other Side of Hope
9) You Were Never Really Here
Others to consider: The Shape of Water, Three Billboards Outside Ebbing Missouri, Our Souls at Night, The Rider, Lean on Pete, Loving Vincent.
THE PLAYLIST HAS 50 FILMS THEY WANT TO SEE
Earlier this week The Playlist put up their annual "50 Films We Want to See" at fall film fests. As a part of that listing the crew there make some predictions about where they think films are likely to appear/premiere.
They specifically mention Telluride in the context of six films (seven if you count a reference from their "other" films beyond the 50 they highlight. They are:
Battle of the Sexes
The Current War
The Death of Stalin (MTFB comment...yes, please)
Under the Silver Lake
and Breathe which is mentioned outside their 50
Among others of their 50 films that I have been following as potential T-ride players, here is that list and The Playback's notes regarding where they think the film will screen and/or premiere (and even in the case of these films, a play at any of the fests that are listed doesn't mean that the film would not also play at Telluride):
Blade Runner 2049-Venice (you might remember my comment yesterday about BR2049 maybe not playing any fest)
The Darkest Hour-Venice/TIFF (see below)
Disobedience From the director of A Fantastic Woman (which I think is likely for T-ride)-Venice/TIFF
Downsizing-all they say is that a "fall premiere...is a lock" which would almost certainly be Telluride I would think but there is still buzz concerning whether it will be ready.
Lean on Pete-Venice/TIFF
Roman Israel, Esq-TIFF/AFI
The Shape of Water-TIFF
Suburbicon-The Playlist says' We hear this already has a major festival slot lined up" but they don't speculate about which one. They do say to expect an announcement sooner rather than later which would mean that whatever it is, it's not Telluride. That doesn't preclude a T-ride play, however.
THE DARKEST HOUR TRAILER
We saw yesterday that we would get a trailer for Joe Wright's Darkest Hour. The big buzz has been about Gary Oldman's performance as Winston Churchill. Here's the newly released trailer:
The film is being distributed by Focus Features and is set to be released on Nov. 22nd.
Here are a couple of stories about the film and its trailer release from:
There's your MTFB for Friday, July 14th. More to come next Monday.
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