41st Telluride Film Festival
1,000 miles trekked alone on the Pacific Crest Trail: actress and producer Reese Witherspoon shares what led her to invest in the deeply emotional journey of WILD author Cheryl Strayed.
Veteran filmmaker Francis Ford Coppola, director of Telluride Film Festival Tribute APOCALYPSE NOW, discusses the personal nature of decision-making in art.
How should activism be defined in our modern times? ROSEWATER director Jon Stewart weighs in.
Two-time Academy Award winner and Telluride Film Festival Tributee Hilary Swank reflects on the importance of challenging oneself in acting and expresses her gratitude to Film Festival audiences.
MADAME BOVARY director Sophie Barthes discusses the influence of female perspective and sensibility in filmmaking, and its place in a male dominated art form.
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