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And Your 2012 Telluride Film Festival Lineup Is ...

Unlike its international counterparts, the Telluride Film Festival prefers to operate in secret and does not announce its official lineup until the day before the event. Well, the festivities kick-off tomorrow, so here is your 2012 Telluride program, which features a smattering of Cannes and Venice highlights (Palme d'Or–winner Amour, Rust & Bone, The Iceman), as well as several films (Hyde Park on Hudson, Midnight's Children, Frances Ha) that are due in Toronto next week. The full (surprise!) list below.

The Act of Killing, Denmark, directed by Joshua Oppenheimer
Amour, Austria, directed by Michael Haneke
At Any Price, U.S., directed by Ramin Bahrani
The Attack, Lebanon–France, directed by Ziad Doueiri
Barbara, Germany, directed by Christian Petzold
The Central Park Five, U.S., directed by Ken Burns, Sarah Burns, David McMahon
Everyday, U.K., directed by Michael Winterbottom
Frances Ha, U.S., directed by Noah Baumbach
The Gatekeepers, Israel, directed by Dror Moreh
Ginger and Rosa, England, directed by Sally Potter
The Hunt, Denmark, directed by Thomas Vinterberg
Hyde Park on Hudson, U.S., directed by Roger Michell
The Iceman, U.S., directed by Ariel Vromen.
Love, Marilyn, U.S., directed by Liz Garbus
Midnight’s Children, Canada–Sri Lanka, directed by Deepa Mehta
No, Chile, directed by Pablo Larraín
Paradise: Love, Austria, directed by Ulrich Seidl
Piazza Fontana, Italy, directed by Marco Tullio Giordana
A Royal Affair, Denmark, directed by Nikolaj Arcel
Rust & Bone
, France, directed by Jacques Audiard
The Sapphires, Australia, directed by Wayne Blair
Stories We Tell, Canada, directed by Sarah Polley
Superstar, France, directed by Xavier Giannoli
Wadjda, Saudi Arabia, directed by Haifaa Al-Mansour
What Is This Film Called Love?, Ireland–Mexico, directed by Mark Cousins