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Mark Romanek to lead 37th Telluride Film Festival The 37th Annual Telluride Film Festival has just unveiled this year’s lineup that includes more than a handful of documentaries and will salute Claudia Cardinale for a tribute that will include a screening of “The Girl with the Suitcase.”

Mark Romanek will show “Never Let Me Go” and there is rumor that James Franco’s “127 Hours” may also make a surprise showing.

View the complete Telluride Film Festival lineup below:

“A Letter to Elia,” directed by Martin Scorcese and Kent Jones
“Another Year,” directed by Mike Leigh
“Biutiful,” directed by Alejandro Gonzales Inarritu
“Brandy in the Wilderness,” directed by Stanton Kaye (1968)
“Carlos,” directed by Olivier Assayas
“Chicago,” directed by Cecil B. DeMille (1927)
“Chico and Rita,” directed by Fernando Trueba
“The First Grader,” directed by Justin Chadwick
“The First Movie,” directed by Mark Cousins
“The Girl With The Suitcase,” directed by Valerio Zurlini (1961)
“The Illusionist,” directed by Sylvain Chomet
“Happy People: A Year in the Taiga,” directed by Werner Herzog and Dmitry Vasyukov
“If I Want To Whistle, I Whistle,” directed by Florin Serban
“Incendies,” directed by Denis Villeneuve
“Inside Job,” directed by Charles Ferguson
“The King’s Speech,” directed by Tom Hooper
“Moana: A Story of the South Seas,” directed by Robert Flaherty (1927)
“Never Let Me Go,” directed by Mark Romanek
“Of Gods and Men,” directed by Xavier Beauvois
“Oka! Amerikee,” directed by Lavinia Currier
“The Plummer,” directed by Peter Weir (1976)
“Poetry,” directed by Lee Chang-dong
“Precious Life,” directed by Shlomi Eldar
“The Princess of Montpensier,” directed by Bertrand Tavernier
“Le Quattro Volte,” directed by Michelangelo Frammartino
“Rotaie” directed by Mario Camerini (1930)
“Tabloid,” directed by Errol Morris
“Tamara Drewe,” directed by Stephen Frears
“The Tenth Inning,” directed by Ken Burns
“The Way Back,” directed by Peter Weir

Six Films: Curated by Michael Ondaatje
“The Ascent,” directed by Larisa Shepitko (1977)
“Confidence,” directed by Istvan Szabo (1980)
“Fat City,” directed by John Huston (1972)
“Here’s Your Life,” directed by Jan Troell (1966)
“The Hustler,” directed by Robert Rossen (1961)
“Mother Dao, the Turtlelike,” directed by (1995)

Spotlight on Harutyun Khachatryan
“Border,” by Harutyun Khachatryan
“Return of the Poet,” by Harutyun Khachatryan

“…But Film is My Mistress,” directed by Stig Bjorkman
“Cameraman: The Life and Work of Jack Cardiff,” directed by Craig McCall
“Chekhov for Children,” directed by Sasha Waters Freyer
“Daniel Schmid: Le Chat Qui Pense,” directed by Pascal Hoffman and Benny Jaberg
“Documentarist,” directed by Harutyun Khachatryan
“Hurricane Kalatozov,” directed by Patrick Cazals
“Images from a Playground,” directed by Stig Bjorkman
“Moguls and Movie Stars,” directed by Jon Wilkman
“The Magnificent Tati,” directed by Michael House
“Music Makers of the Blue Ridge,” by David Hoffman
“On ‘Being There’ with Richard Leacock,” directed by Jane Weiner
“Pygmies in Paris,” directed by Mark Kidel with “African Pygmy Thrills”
“The World According to Ion B.,” directed by Alexander Nanau

Showcase for Shorts
“The Cow Who Wanted To Be A Hamburger,” directed by Bill Plympton
“Dennis Jakob Unplugged,” directed by Errol Morris
“For the Birds,” directed by Ralph Eggleston
“Frozen,” directed by Naghi Nemati
“Mickey Bader,” directed by Frida Kempff
“The Shadow’s Dream” directed by Jeff Scher
“Stretching,” directed by Francois Vogel

Filmmakers of Tomorrow
“Dreams Awake,” directed by Kevin Gordon and Rebekah Meredith
“God of Love,” directed by Lukas Matheny
“The Love Song of Iskra Prufrock,” directed by Lucy Gaffy
“Off Season,” directed by Jonathan Van Tulleken
“On Leave,” directed by Asaf Saban
“The Queen,” directed by Christina Choe
“Woman in Purple,” directed by Igor Drljaca
“Wolves,” directed by Rafael Sommerhalder

Great Expectations
“Come To Me,” directed by Ewa Banaszkiewicz
“Fatenah,” directed by Admad Habash
“Poster Girl,” directed by Sara Nesson

Calling Cards
“Deeper Than Yesterday,” directed by Ariel Kleiman
“Ezra Rishona,” directed by Yarden Karmin
“Flawed,” directed by Andrea Dorfman
“Hideg Berek,” directed by Mihaly Schwechtje
“Let’s Harvest the Organs of Death Row Inmates,” directed by Max Joseph
“On the Run with Abdul,” directed by David Lale
“Tussilago,” directed by Jonas Odell

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