Telluride Film Festival organisers have unveiled the roster of
unofficial world premieres, many of which have been previously
confirmed for Venice and Toronto.

The Colorado festival is set to run from Aug 31-Sept 3 and this year
boasts such high profile titles as Sean Penn's Jon Krakauer adaptation
Into The Wild, Noah Baumbach's Nicole Kidman starrer Margot At The
and Todd Haynes' star studded Bob Dylan biopic I'm Not There.

Attendees will also get the chance to see Sarah Gavron's Brick Lane,
Werner Herzog's Antarctica documentary Encounters At The End Of The
Wayne Wang's A Thousand Years Of Good Prayers, and Rails And
, the directorial debut from Clint Eastwood's daughter Alison.

Acclaimed entries from Cannes and Berlin include Cristian Mungiu's
Romanian Palme D'Or winner 4 Months, Three Weeks And 2 Days, Marjane Satrapi and Vincent Parronaud's Persepolis, Julian Schnabel's The Diving Bell And The Butterfly, Eran Kolirin's The Band's Visit, and
Stefan Ruzowitzky's The Counterfeiters.

The full programme will be announced on Aug 31. For further details

Daniel Day-Lewis, who stars in the upcoming Paul Thomas Anderson
adaptation of Upton Sinclair's novel There Will Be Blood, is the
subject of a tribute, as are composer Michel Legrand and Indian
director Shyam Benegal.