Telluride Film Festival 2022

Telluride at Dartmouth

Recapping the 2023 Event

The Telluride Film Festival, occurring each Labor Day weekend in Colorado, is one of the premier arts events in the country. Every fall, Telluride at Dartmouth gives our community a sneak peek at the latest international films with advance screenings at the Hop.

2023 Film Listing

American Symphony
Matthew Heineman's (Cartel Land, First Wave) latest is a startlingly intimate look at an extraordinarily eventful year in the life of superstar artist Jon Batiste.

The Holdovers
A prep school teacher (Paul Giamatti), student and cook are marooned together over Christmas break in Alexander Payne's (Nebraska) newest comedy.

Poor Things
The incredible tale about the fantastical evolution of a young woman (Emma Stone) brought back to life by a brilliant and unorthodox scientist (Willem Dafoe).

The Promised Land
Mads Mikkelsen is captivating as a low-born soldier determined to elevate his station by taking a dangerous royal assignment in 1700s Denmark.

Fallen Leaves
Two quiet loners drift together and apart in Aki Kaurismäki's tender and somber romantic comedy.

Anatomy of a Fall
Marriage, murder and mystery converge in this unsettling psychological journey into the depths of a conflicted relationship.

General Public: Single tickets $15 
Dartmouth students: Single tickets $8 

All screenings are in Loew Auditorium in the Black Family Visual Art Center.

Telluride at Dartmouth debuted in 1987 through a long-standing relationship between the Festival and College. Each year, six films come directly from Colorado for special advance screenings at the Hopkins Center. This is a unique opportunity for the Dartmouth community to get a sneak peek at great new films.

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