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The Hollywood Reporter: ‘Almost Sunrise’ Documentary to Help Open Telluride Mountainfilm Festival

1:43 PM PDT 5/26/2016 by Gregg Kilday

‘Almost Sunrise’
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The film about two Iraq War vets also will screen at the Human Rights Watch Film Festival and AFI Docs.

Michael Collins and Marty Syjuco’s documentary feature Almost Sunrise will have its world premiere on the opening night of the Telluride Mountainfilm Festival, which kicks off Friday.

The film will then go on to play the Human Rights Watch Film Festival New York on June 11 and 13 and also has been selected to screen at AFI Docs in Washington, D.C., on June 23 and 24.

Almost Sunrise recounts the story of two Iraq veterans, Tom Voss and Anthony Anderson, who, in an attempt to put their combat experience behind them, embark on 2,700-mile trek on foot across America.

Collins and Syjuco’s previous film, Give Up Tomorrow, won the audience award and a special jury mention for best new director at the 2011 Tribeca Film Festival, a media award from Amnesty International and was nominated for a 2013 news and documentary Emmy Award for outstanding investigative journalism.

Innovative Architecture | Ultra-Modern Homes

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“Paradiso”, Bill Fandel of Telluride Sotheby’s International Realty Offered at $39,100,000

Posted on May 23, 2016

Modern architecture comprises many different styles and designs, with no one set of defining standards.  Visually and aesthetically pleasing, modern architecture places an emphasis on horizontal and vertical lines and 90-degree angles.  From the Cayman Islands to the Republic of Malta, explore ultra-modern homes of the world.

Ultra modern 1 - Cayman Islands

$6,500,000 USD | Grand Cayman, Cayman Islands | Cayman Islands Sotheby’s International Realty

This ultra-contemporary beach house was designed by award-winning architects Nicolas Tye and local firm John Doak Architecture.  With clean, modern lines and bold architectural angles, the home won the Governor’s Award 2015 for Design and Construction Excellence in the Cayman Islands.  Ideal for indoor/outdoor entertaining, the 8,000-square-foot property features floor-to-ceiling glass walls and doors, glassed-in balconies off the bedrooms and three rooftop terraces with dramatic overhangs maximizing shade.  Outside there is an L-shaped lap pool, garden and hammock adorned private beach.

Ultra modern 2 - Oregon

$2,350,000 USD | Sisters, Oregon | Cascade Sotheby’s International Realty

A custom-built estate, this captivating modern home was designed by renowned architect James Cutler.  Known as “Famous Tree,” the property is situated on 41 acres and perched upon the edge of a 1,400-foot cliff.  Famous Tree is a 2,300-square-foot home with two bedrooms, two bathrooms and 180-degree views of the Whychus Canyon, Broken Top mountain, Three Sisters mountain and Smith Rock State Park.

Ultra modern 5 - Connecticut

$19,500,000 USD | Ridgefield, Connecticut | William Pitt Sotheby’s International Realty

With indoor pools running through the residence and an additional outdoor pool at the rear of the property, this ultra-modern estate was designed by world-famous architect Rafael Viñoly.  Situated on 16 acres of land, the home comprises three bedrooms, three full-bathrooms and four half-bathrooms.  The master bedroom is located within the residence’s private tower and there is additionally a penthouse office, rooftop observation deck, lower level guest quarters and 360-degrees of the surrounding gardens.

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Just Listed! Rare Opportunity To Own An Exceptional Home With Breathtaking Views In The Town Of Telluride

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113 East Gregory is perched on the sunny-side of town with exceptional views spanning from Ajax to Bear Creek to the Ski Resort, west in to the Telluride Valley…

Rare to market, this beautifully-crafted custom residence offers panoramic views over historic downtown, Telluride, Telluride Ski Resort and the spectacular Telluride Valley. Designed by award-winning One Architects, the home’s light-filled living areas and suites feature high ceilings, generous spaces, expansive windows and comfortable accommodations throughout. An open floorplan is perfect for relaxing and entertaining friends & family. Located just two blocks from the heart of Main St shops, coffee, cafes and restaurants, the home is ideally-suited to those who revel in the beauty, recreation and dynamic culture that makes Telluride so appealing. South & west facings decks and patios allow for year-round enjoyment of the breath-taking setting and rich character surrounding this home. For more pictures and property information, please click here

Majestic Alpine Dining Rooms For Thanksgiving

125 Hanglider, Mountain Village, Colorado. Shot for Bill Fandel real estate.

125 Hang Glider Drive – Set within a grove of towering Aspen trees overlooking the groomed Double Cabin ski run, this extraordinary home & separate guest house offer the exceptional design of architect Tommy Hein, combined with the outstanding attention to detail of accomplished builder Overly Construction. The home offers multiple Master & Guest Suites across three levels of living & recreating areas. A fully-detailed gourmet kitchen opens to grand spaces framed by century-old logs with the refined finishes of plaster, stone, marble & granite found in the finest residents in ski country. Dramatic views of the surrounding peaks, mature trees & bordering ski run are available throughout the home, while separate recreation room, media room, bunk area and ski rooms accommodate dozens of family members or guests.

146 Hood Park, Mountain Village, Telluride, CO.

“Villa Montagna” – Inspired by the finest villas of the Dolomites and Tuscany, this dramatic stone residence is the most authentic example of traditional Italian alpine design in the Telluride Region. Set high upon a knoll-top at the end of a private road with direct trail-side ski access, this gracious family home offers sweeping views of mountain peaks, spruce and Aspen forests and the contiguous groomed ski trails of the Telluride Ski Resort. Borne of decades of travel and collecting throughout the European countryside, the property’s custom-quarried stone, tumbled brick, antique marble, centuries-old fixtures,timbers flooring, were all imported from Italy to the exacting standards of one of the country’s top architects and one the region’s top builders.

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710 Mountain Village Boulevard – A home like no other! One Architects and the owners have created a masterpiece of modern mountain design. This home is exceptional in its location, quality, views and access.

Unit 9, Villas at Cortina, Mountain Village, Telluride, CO.

Villas At Cortina – The Villas at Cortina are beautifully crafted, intimate enclave of signature residences within Telluride’s exclusive Mountain Village. Located directly trailside along the groomed slopes of the Sundance ski run, the property offers breathtaking views of the dramatic San Sophia Ridgeline and Telluride Ski area. Each residence offers a unique floorplan, featuring exquisite finishes, fixtures, fireplaces and flooring which will satisfy the most discriminating tastes, while common amenities include a heated pool, hot tub, club room, private ski lockers and heated underground parking. The project’s developers, Eastern Partners of Dallas, Texas, have a deep commitment to the region and the project’s continued success.

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Eagle’s Landing Ranch – Spectacular setting on 141 rolling acres set against the backdrop of the towering Sneffel’s Range. Perfect horse property with 3,500-sq. ft. timber-frame barn, with corrals, hay storage, equipment shed. Wonderful home with big mountain views and generous interior living areas, kitchen and suites that have been impeccably maintained since its construction. Beautiful rolling meadows for riding and grazing with season ponds and wallows. Abundant and diverse wildlife including herds of elk, deer, bear, coyote, bobcat, fox, bald & golden eagles, hawks, peregrine, etc.Located just 30 minutes on well-maintained roads from the heart of Telluride, 20 minutes and 45-minutes to the Montrose Regional Airport.

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JUST LISTED: SEAMLESS SKI ACCESS AT 132 HIGH COUNTRY ROAD

132 High Country, Mountain Village, Telluride, CO.

A true ski-in / ski out offering, this beautifully-crafted log and stone is ideally located directly on the groomed Double Cabins ski run of the Telluride Ski Resort. The custom-built home offers the warmth,quality and tasteful accommodations of a true mountain lodge with the modern finish and amenities you’d expect with a residence of its kind.The home’s spaces offer wonderful proportions radiating out from its towering great room and expansive windows framed by hand-hewn log trusses. Stacked stone fireplaces, antique flooring, custom doors and rustic ironwork complement the gourmet kitchen,intimate Master suites,guest rooms bunk area. In Summer Fall the snow-covered ski run turns to hiking trails leading into National Forest from your back door.

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Sotheby’s Art & Home: Altitude With Attitude | Dramatic Mountain Homes

The first edition of Art & Home is here, a new literary collaboration between Sotheby’s and Sotheby’s International Realty, showcasing all the elements of an extraordinary life. Eight times a year, it will engage readers with sophisticated content and beautiful images related to the art and real estate worlds. See below for the first Sotheby’s International Realty featured article, Altitude with Attitude.

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Art & Home January-February 2015

Not long ago, modern mountain architecture was an aberration. Today, it’s a movement. Alpine architects are now in the rules-breaking business. They’re importing exotic materials and innovative ideas from around the world for a mile-high mash-up of contemporary design and modern sensibilities.

Refined is the new rustic.

Shed roofs are replacing complicated gables. Floating stairs are nudging out log staircases. Mini-skyscrapers are rising on mountaintops.

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$7,995,000 USD | Edwards, Colorado | Ascent Sotheby’s International Realty

Modern mountain design encourages homeowners to toss aside notions of what a resort residence should be and redefine the vacation home experience. Advances in materials, construction techniques and engineering allow for more stylistic choices and greater personal expression in the most challenging locations and elevations. Those technical advances have also facilitated an important shift. Mountain residences no longer need be built as protective shelters against harsh environments. They can be inviting light-filled spaces animated by sun and brilliant vistas.

Imported materials, progressive designs and artisan crews come at a price, which is why avant garde architecture is typically found at the highest end of the market. “When you’re willing to pay $3,000 a square foot, that opens the door for craftsmanship and quality,” says Tye Stockton of Ascent Sotheby’s International Realty in Vail, Colo. “Affluent buyers are less concerned about budget and more concerned about the emotional feelings that gets stirred in them.”

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Price Upon Request | Megeve, France | Propriétés de Megève Sotheby’s International Realty

Stockton is putting the finishing touches on his own modern mountain estate, one that hints at industrial design with steel I-beams and rolled steel decorative panels warmed up with imported reclaimed woods. The kitchen is sleek with stealth appliances and poured concrete countertops. Glass is one of modern architecture’s most fundamental materials, and Stockton employs it as a showstopper. A 10-foot-tall sliding glass wall system opens onto a quintessential Rocky Mountain panorama of jagged peaks and waterfalls. “In traditional mountain homes, solid walls are for hanging art. With modern, there’s expansive glass and the exterior is your art,” he says. “It’s magical.”

Modern is also unpredictable. And therein lies its seduction. “The more chances you take, the more creative the work,” says Stockton, “and the more exciting it is.”

Article provided by Iyna Caruso exclusively for Art & Home.

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