Telluride Film Fest: "We Should Be Together!"

“We should be together,” said the Telluride Film Festival. Watch Film Fest video here and get the list of  movie picks we would have enjoyed together over Labor Day weekend – that is once the cat was let out of the bag.

We should be anxious and excited, hurrying around town. Some of you still puzzling over the line up; others furiously peddling bikes to get to a location for last looks and fixes. Settling into condos, happy to soon taste Tyler’s incredible Kobe beef skewers, or fantastic avocado toast (it will never get old) from Ghost Town. Sharing thoughts on the gondola. The endless delights of Labor Day at the SHOW.

And yet.

We believe we know much of what works with our festival and chief among the secret sauce ingredients is the being together part. This is also the impossible part for now. So we’re spread out across the globe. We hope you got a chance to check out the list of films we’ve selected and that you’ll be able to see them somewhere, soon.

In the meantime, we send you messy virtual hugs and love and invite you to head to our website. We’ve stuffed the SHOWroom with incredible memories and images of our shared past. They will remind you of our good times and our strong, strong desire to create many more in the not too distant future.

Stay safe and take solace in the fact that the loss we feel around this particular sad moment, in the ongoing sadness that is 2020, means just how much we value the SHOW and our joy when we get together again will be that much sweeter.

Thank you so much for being a part of this alchemy.

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  1. Wish I could post a pic, but the weather for Film Fest weekend was absolutely perfect… the outdoor showings would have been a delight… but it also would have been hard to spend time indoors with the fantastic weather and scenery! BUT, today, Tuesday, it is snowing and we have an accumulation in Mountain Village of a couple inches already and more on the way! Typical Telluride, but sorry filmgoers missed it!