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iW NEWS | Woodstock Sets Slate for October Fest

iW NEWS | Woodstock Sets Slate for October Fest

After opening with Julian Schnabel‘s “The Diving Bell and The Butterfly” on October 10th, the 2007 Woodstock Film Festival will close on October 14th with Todd Haynes‘ “I’m Not There,” the festival announced today (Tuesday). Patricia Riggens‘ “Under The Same Moon” (La Misma Luna) and Ira Sachs‘ “Married Life” are both on tap as centerpiece screenings for the Upstate New York weekend fest. Killer FilmsChristine Vachon will receive the Maverick Award at the fest, while Ted Sarandos is the recipient of the Trailblazer Award. The festival has eight world premieres and seven U.S. premieres on tap this year. Set for the narrative competition are: Chris Eska’s “August Evening,” Luke Eberl’s “Choose Connor,” Alex Holdridge’s “In Search of a Midnight Kiss,” lya Chaiken’s “Liberty Kid,” Sol Tryon’s “The Living Wake,” and Noah Buschel’s “Neal Cassady.” While the documentary competition will include: Jennifer Venditti’s “Billy The Kid,” Oren Jacoby’s “Constantine’s Sword,” Morgan Neville’s “The Cool School,” Rachel Talboti’s “Making Trouble,” Godfrey Cheshire’s “Moving Midway,” Daniel Junge and Siatta Scott Johnson‘s “Iron Ladies of Liberia,” and Marlo Poras‘s “Run Granny Run.” For more information, please visit the festival website. [Eugene Hernandez]

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