Kim Masters is joined by John Horn who is in Telluride Colorado for the 40th anniversary of that small town's film festival. Meanwhile, the Venice Film Festival is underway in Italy, and next week the Toronto International Film Festival begins. With these come movies that could easily be Oscar contenders. Some eagerly awaited titles include Gravity, from Alfonso Cuaron, 12 Years a Slave, by Steve McQueen, and Labor Day, from Jason Reitman.
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