Here’s the newest and spiffiest Telluride rundown from World of Reel‘s Jordan Ruimy. There are two or three titles that he hasn’t been able to nail down, but there are fairly safe bets. I remain heartbroken that Clint Eastwood’s Cry Macho isn’t included; ditto The Many Saints of Newark. I mentioned yesterday that I’m jubilant about Dune not playing there. I’ve placed an HE after films of special interest.

It’s a five-day festival this time (9.2 through 9.6) but really four and a half — I usually average about three films per day (you can’t just see them — you also have to write about them) and occasionally four. Out of 30 films I might get around to seeing 16 or 18, depending on the breaks. One of the big titles is screening two or three times over the next few days for hotshot media types. I asked yesterday if I could please attend one of the showings — the rep couldn’t even be bothered to politely decline. Classy.

“C’mon C’mon” (Mike Mills) / HE
“The Power of Dog” (Jane Campion) / HE
“Spencer” (Pablo Larrain) / HE (although I can sense it’s going to be a slog)
“King Richard” (Reinaldo Marcus Green) / HE
“The Card Counter” (Paul Schrader) / HE
“The Hand of God” (Paolo Sorrentino) / HE
“The Lost Daughter” (Maggie Gyllenhaal) / HE
“The Electrical Life of Louis Wain” (Will Sharpe)
“Encounter” (Michael Pearce)
“The French Dispatch” (Wes Anderson) / HE
“The Velvet Underground” (Todd Haynes)…allegedly too enthralled with John Cale.
“Vortex” (Gaspar Noe)
“Passing” (Rebecca Hall) / HE (although the premise is flat-out unbelievable)
“Flee” (Jonas Poher Rasmussen)
”Red Rocket” (Sean Baker) / HE
“Bergman Island” (Mia Hansen-Love)
“A Hero” (Asghar Farhadi) / HE
“Petite Maman” (Celine Sciamma)
“Becoming Cousteau” (Liz Garbus) / HE
“The Rescue” (E. Chai Vasarhelyi, Jimmy Chin)
“A Chiara” (Jonas Carpignano)
“The First 54 Years: An Abbreviated Manual for Military Occupation” (Avi Mograbi)
“Prayers for the Stolen” (Tatiana Huezo)
“Unclenching the Fists” (Kira Kovalenko)
“Julia” (Cohen/West)
“Muhammad Ali” (Ken Burns)…this can wait.
“Three Minutes – A Lengthening” (Bianca Stigter)