Brad Gray‘s Ad Astra (Disney, 9.20) isn’t going to Telluride, despite my 7.25 suggestion-projection. And it seems as if Tom Harper‘s The Aeronauts (Amazon, 11.12) is going there, to judge by two excerpts from Deadline and Hollywood Reporter stories.

Deadline‘s Andreas Wiseman: “The Tom Harper-directed movie has been widely tipped to debut at a major fall festival. Our sources indicate Telluride is currently in the plans, not least due to the higher presence of Academy voters at the Rocky Mountain fest.”

THR‘s Pamela Mclintock: “At the same time, Amazon continues to have major awards ambitions for The Aeronauts, which is tipped for play at both the Telluride and Toronto Film Festivals. The adventure-drama reunites Jones and Redmayne for the first time since awards darling The Theory of Everything.”

HE’s latest Telluride roster (hat tip to World of Reel‘s Jordan Ruimy):

Marriage Story, d: Noah Baumbach
Ford v Ferrari, d: James Mangold
Judy, d: Rupert Goold
Uncut Gems, d: The Safdies
Motherless Brooklyn, d: Edward Norton
The Truth, d: Kore-eda
The Aeronauts, d: Tom Harper
Wasp Network, d: Olivier Assayas
The Two Popes, d: Fernando Mereilles
Portrait of a Lady on Fire, d: Celine Sciamma
Pain and Glory, d: Pedro Almodovar
Parasite, d: Bong Joon-ho
Varda by Agnes, d: Agnes Varda

Ruimy email: “I’ve heard from more than one person that the new Baumbach is a masterpiece. Marriage Story is going to Venice, Telluride, Toronto and New York. No other movie is doing that.”