The Telluride Film Festival is always one of the most influential parts of any award season. So, the lack of a festival this year was definitely a blow to the campaign. Of course, the COVID-19 pandemic has made that impossible. Here in 2021, the authorities in Telluride are planning a return to a large degree of normalcy. They announced that from September 2 to September 6, the Telluride Film Festival would run in person. Can it happen? we will see. However, one certainly hopes that by the fall, things are at a point where something like this is possible, which is for sure.
Here is some of the story from diverse:
The Telluride Film Festival is optimistic that by September, it will be able to safely hold a personal event in Mount Colorado town, including an extra day of programming. Organizers announced Friday that the festival will be held from September 2 to 6.
Our position on the festival calendar gives us hope that we can hold the festival this year. We are guided by science and constantly assess the global pandemic in terms of health, travel and live events. Time will tell, but Meanwhile, we are busy planning and preparing a great program. “
The festival does not offer new passes, as most ticket holders have rotated their passes for 2020 to this year. “Without knowing the restrictions on theater capacity, the small number of remaining passes is being blocked out of great caution,” said Huntsinger.
The festival compiles a waiting list for cards.
“We would like to take this moment to thank everyone for their continued support of the Telluride Film Festival. There have been some really wonderful souls who have transcended the boundaries of the past twelve months.” “It has been a difficult year for everyone, and we hope we welcome our fans back to the mountains Beautiful Telluride, Let’s Do What We Do Best: Celebrate the Art of Cinema. “
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