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Since I was unable to attend the Woodstock Film Festival this year, Woodstock singer/songwriter (and ex-music critic) Charles Lyonhart covered the eve...
Every autumn, as soon as the leaves begin to turn, I'm there in my imagination and, fortunately, often physically.
Alan Cumming knows a little bit about feeling like a second-class citizen. After all, aside from being a gay man in a straight-dominated world, he's also a Scot who's lived in London.
Now in its 13th year, Woodstock Film Festival (WFF) has become the foremost regional scene for independent films. Indiewire named WFF one of the top 50 festivals in the world. Here's how to see it.
The aptly titled Don't Quit Your Daydream is a look at the deep rooted creative process -- to make and share music on such a level that it can lead you down the most unexpected and extraordinary of paths.
My So-Called Enemy is an insightful, moving, important film about not just adolescence but about the intractable Israel-Palestine conflict.
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.
Can an old fashion in-the-flesh reality relationship match post-modern technological sex fantasies?
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.
What we do not see, do not hear about, never even think about, are the families of Mexican immigrant men left behind in Mexico.
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.
The Woodstock Film Festival will soon be host to Lucy Liu, Woody Harrelson and a host of 150 films, shorts, animations and panels.
Featuring over twenty musicians from four continents who have never met, "Don't Worry" makes its auspicious debut today, on Martin Luther King Day, and is featured here.
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