Posted on: January 12th, 2018 by No Comments

“The Shape of Water”: Shape of Things to Come at the Oscars?

The self-professed failed Catholic Guillermo del Toro chatted easily and breezily with his fans on the steps of the Telluride Elementary School following a screening of his latest, perhaps greatest […]

Telluride Film Fest & Golden Globes

Before the spiel about the awards, how about Telluride homegirl Oprah? (Ok, soon to be part-time homegirl.) President Oprah? The superstar’s buzzworthy speech upon accepting the Cecile B.DeMille Award for […]

TFF Cinematheque: “Almar,” 1/8/18

Cinematheque is a collaboration between the Telluride Film Festival and Telluride’s Wilkinson Public Library. From Luis Buñuel to Guillermo del Toro, from magical realism to documentary, the latest, four-part Cinematheque […]

Cinematheque: “Pan’s Labyrinth,” 12/4

Guillermo del Toro came to Telluride, specifically to the 2017 Telluride Film Festival, and conquered, winning hearts and minds with his most recent masterpiece, “The Shape of Water,” our bet […]

Telluride Film Fest: “Lady Bird” Flying High

Though it is not the point of the exercise – because the Telluride Film Festival is about the art, not the business of film-making – it does seem to come […]

Cinematheque: “Like Water for Chocolate,” 11/6

Telluride Film Festival Cinematheque is collaboration between The Telluride Film Festival and Wilkinson Public Library. “Como Agua Para Chocolate” or “Like Water For Chocolate,” (1992, Rated R, 105 minutes) takes place Monday, November […]

Telluride Film Fest & Library: Best of Mexican Cinema

The Telluride Film Festival and Telluride’s five-star Wilkinson Public Library are pleased to launch the 19th edition of  “Cinematheque” at the Library. From Luis Buñuel to Guillermo del Toro (TFF […]

Best Friend Handbook: Fall Films Not To Miss

My friend Katherine Stuart writes a wonderful blog,”Best Friend Handbook,” everything from fashion and beauty tips to nutrition and recipes – including recipes for success. In this special case, however, she […]

Telluride Film Fest 2017: Another Monster Weekend

Asked if he enjoys the process of making films, the sardonic director Guillermo del Toro replied with a wink: “Making movies is like eating a shit sandwich. You get more or less […]

Telluride Film Festival: Of Horses And Young Men

On Sunday of the 44th annual Telluride Film Festival I separated from Susan and our group. We had been moving in lockstep most of the weekend, but I had to […]