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Entries by Stewart Nusbaumer from 10/2009

Kicking Off Woodstock Film Fest

| Posted 10.01.2009 | New York

Today in that village in upstate New York, in Woodstock and several neighboring towns, the Woodstock Film Festival will have 150 films, features, documentaries and shorts with animation.

Woodstock Film Fest -- The Messenger

| Posted 10.02.2009 | New York

Woody Harrelson and Ben Foster play servicemen tasked to inform relatives of soldiers killed in action. For good reason, this is called the worst job in the Army.

Woodstock Film Fest -- Those Who Remain

| Posted 10.02.2009 | New York

What we do not see, do not hear about, never even think about, are the families of Mexican immigrant men left behind in Mexico.

Woodstock Film Fest -- Easier With Practice

| Posted 10.04.2009 | New York

Can an old fashion in-the-flesh reality relationship match post-modern technological sex fantasies?

Woodstock Film Fest -- William Kunstler

| Posted 10.06.2009 | New York

A sensitive, truthful, insightful film about a lawyer who stood at the center of a confrontational movement as it spearheaded a political assault on injustice in America from Vietnam to the Chicago 7.

Wrapping-Up Woodstock: A Film Festival with Character

| Posted 10.14.2009 | New York

There is more to this frenzy of film festival expansion than free booze and filmmakers' desperation for recognition and distribution and filmgoers craving films not dumbed down.

Wait! First A Good Argument About Afghanistan

| Posted 10.27.2009 | Politics

Recently I spent 5 months in Afghanistan, studying the country up close, going all around the country and writing about the conflict. If I'm confused, how about average Americans?