Once again, the Telluride International Experimental Cinema Exposition rejects the current trend in digital filmmaking, and dedicates its four days to the celebration of rich, motion picture film projected experimental cinema. The event will take place in Telluride Mountain Village. The venue is Telluride’s new state of the art cinema and is nestled within a beautiful wooded area, near the top of the mountain.
The program will be announced at the event as per schedule: ^ October 26-29, 2001 ^ Fri: 7:PM – 2:AM ^ Sat: 9:AM – 2:AM ^ Sun: 9:AM -2:AM ^ Mon: 10:AM – 1:PM
The Telluride International Experimental Cinema Exposition is the only cinematic happening of its kind. The program includes over 80 experimental films from over 12 countries. The event celebrates the past, present and future of non-narrative, avant-garde motion pictures. The makers will be in person to answer questions in a relaxed, salon style enviornment after each film is screened. Several multiple projection installations will make their debut at TIE 2001 as well. Panels and lectures on the latest topics in experimental film will will take place with host’s such as Stan Brakhage, Brazil’s Carlos Adriano and others. The 2nd Annual Telluride International Experimental Cinema Exposition is sponsored by Resort Quest at Telluride.
The one and only admittance ticket into the expo is the All-Access Pass for $87.50. It is for sale now, via Ticketweb. Attendees can also call 800-538-7754 for pass and lodging packages.
For more information please call 719-277-6657 or visit the official ITE web site.

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