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.
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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.
It's wistful to reflect on a Woodstock Nation that never really materialized, its moment of rhythm and harmony trumped by the heavy-footed dance stylings of men like Tom DeLay.
VH1 and History have joined forces to bring the Barbara Kopple doc "Woodstock: Now and Then" to television, with airings on both channels scheduled wi...
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