Telluride Film Festival to Include Oscar Hopefuls Will Smith, Kristen Stewart

In case you’ve been following Awards Insider these previous few weeks, you could have observed a bunch of first looks at upcoming film-festival premieres—together with just a few that had but to be introduced. Effectively, ultimately, it may be revealed: The Telluride Movie Pageant—a pivotal stopover for Oscar contenders that was canceled final 12 months as a consequence of COVID-19—has introduced the lineup for this 12 months’s version, which begins tomorrow and runs by means of Labor Day weekend.

Its highlights are world premieres you gained’t discover at Venice, which in any other case holds a number of overlapping titles. (The Italian competition begins at the moment with the world premiere of Pedro Almodovar’s Parallel Moms.) Chief amongst them are Reinaldo Marcus Inexperienced’s King Richard, Warner Bros.’ biopic of Richard Williams, father to tennis icons Venus and Serena, with Will Smith within the lead function; and Mike Mills’s C’Mon C’Mon, his first movie since twentieth Century Ladies, starring Joaquin Phoenix and Gaby Hoffmann. Others debuting within the Rockies embody Cyrano, Joe Wright’s musical adaptation with Peter Dinklage reprising the role he originated on the stage; and The Identical Storm, a shock inclusion directed by Ben Is Again’s Peter Hedges and that includes The Undoing scene stealer Noma Dumezweni, Tony winner Mary-Louise Parker, and the all the time nice Sandra Oh. (One different sudden choice: the lately introduced, filmed-in-secret Nationwide Geographic doc Fauci.)

Extra awards season hopefuls vying to capitalize on early-September buzz with Venice/Telluride double-headers: Jane Campion’s The Energy of the Canine, with Benedict Cumberbatch and Kirsten Dunst in awards-baity roles; Spencer, the newest arty biopic from Jackie auteur Pablo Larraín, starring Kristen Stewart as Princess Diana; and The Hand of God, essentially the most private mission but from The Nice Magnificence director Paolo Sorrentino. Maggie Gyllenhaal’s hot directorial debut The Misplaced Daughter may even jet from the Lido to the Rockies, whereas Belfast, Kenneth Branagh’s black-and-white memory film, will debut in Telluride earlier than occurring to its beforehand introduced TIFF screening.

Nonetheless different films that premiered method earlier within the 12 months wish to reignite their campaigns. Can the Simon Rex best-actor marketing campaign start in earnest for Crimson Rocket? Can Sundance darling Flee make good on its essential raves with an actual awards run? Is Todd Haynes lastly on his technique to one other Oscar nomination, for his first-ever documentary The Velvet Underground? Hey, there are worse locations to get that buzz going.

Take a look at the total lineup beneath—and observe alongside this weekend, as Awards Insider shall be on the bottom in Telluride with full protection. The competition runs from Thursday to Monday.

  • THE AUTOMAT (d. Lisa Hurwitz, U.S., 2021)  
  • BECOMING COUSTEAU (d. Liz Garbus, U.S., 2021)
  • BELFAST (d. Kenneth Branagh, U.Okay., 2021) 
  • BERGMAN ISLAND (d. Mia Hansen-Løve, France/Germany/Sweden, 2021)
  • BITTERBRUSH (d. Emelie Mahdavian, U.S., 2021) 
  • C’MON C’MON (d. Mike Mills, U.S., 2021) 
  • CITIZEN ASHE (d. Sam Pollard, Rex Miller, U.S./U.Okay., 2021) 
  • COW (d. Andrea Arnold, U.Okay., 2021)
  • CYRANO (d. Joe Wright, U.Okay., 2021) 
  • THE DUKE (d. Roger Michell, U.Okay., 2021) 
  • THE ELECTRICAL LIFE OF LOUIS WAIN (d. Will Sharpe, U.Okay., 2021) 
  • ENCOUNTER (d. Michael Pearce, U.S., 2021) 
  • FAUCI (d. John Hoffman, Janet Tobias, U.S., 2021) 
  • FLEE (d. Jonas Poher Rasmussen, Denmark, 2021) 
  • HALLELUJAH: LEONARD COHEN, A JOURNEY, A SONG (d. Dayna Goldfine, Dan Geller, U.S., 2021) 
  • THE HAND OF GOD (d. Paolo Sorrentino, Italy, 2021) 
  • A HERO (d. Asghar Farhadi, Iran/France, 2021) 
  • JULIA (d. Julie Cohen, Betsy West, U.S., 2021) 
  • KING RICHARD (d. Reinaldo Marcus Inexperienced, U.S., 2021) 
  • THE LOST DAUGHTER (d. Maggie Gyllenhaal, Greece/U.S./U.Okay./Israel, 2021)
  • MARCEL THE SHELL WITH SHOES ON (d. Dean Fleischer-Camp, Jenny Slate, U.S, 2021) 
  • MUHAMMAD ALI (d. Ken Burns, Sarah Burns, David McMahon, U.S., 2021) 
  • NUCLEAR FAMILY (d. Ry Russo-Younger, U.S., 2021) 
  • PETITE MAMAN (d. Céline Sciamma, France, 2021) 
  • THE POWER OF THE DOG (d. Jane Campion, Australia/New Zealand, 2021) 
  • PROCESSION (d. Robert Greene, U.S., 2021) 
  • THE REAL CHARLIE CHAPLIN (d. James Spinney, Peter Middleton, U.S., 2021)
  • RED ROCKET (d. Sean Baker, U.S., 2021) 
  • THE RESCUE (d. Elizabeth Chai Vasarhelyi, Jimmy Chin, U.S./U.Okay., 2021) 
  • RIVER (d. Jennifer Peedom, Australia, 2021)
  • THE SAME STORM (d. Peter Hedges, U.S., 2021) 
  • SPEER GOES TO HOLLYWOOD (d. Vanessa Lapa, Israel/Austria/Germany, 2021) 
  • SPENCER (d. Pablo Larraín, U.Okay./Germany/Chile, 2021) 
  • TORN (d. Max Lowe, U.S., 2021) 
  • UNCLENCHING THE FISTS (d. Kira Kovalenko, Russia, 2021) 
  • THE VELVET UNDERGROUND (d. Todd Haynes, U.S., 2021)

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