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    "White Irish Drinkers" and "Grace Paley" Doc Top Audience Winners at Woodstock

    John Gray's 1975 set Brooklyn tale "White Irish Drinkers," and Lilly Rivlin's documentary "Grace Paley: Collected Shorts," were the two big Audience Award winners last night at the Woodstock Film Festival. "Drinkers" nabbed the Audience Award for Narrative Feature, while "Grace Palley" walked away w...

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    "Stranger Things" & "Marwencol" Take Top Prizes at 11th Woodstock Film Festival

    Eleanor Burke and Ron Eyal's feature "Stranger Things" and Jeff Malmberg's doc "Marwencol" took top prizes Saturday evening at the 11th Woodstock Film Festival. Emceed by Oscar-nominated writer/director and Woodstock resident Ron Nyswaner ("Philadelphia"), the Gala Maverick Awards ceremony also hono...

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    150 Films, Reeves, Beresford & Berney Set for 11th Woodstock Fest

    Some 150 films are on tap for the 11th Woodstock Film Festival, with the New York premiere of John Curran's "Stone" set to close the event taking place September 29 - October 3 in the Upstate New York towns of Woodstock and neighboring Rhinebeck, Rosendale, Mt. Tremper, and Kingston in the Hudson Va...

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    "Drown" & "Junior" Win Top Woodstock Fest Honors; Hope and Linklater Take Fetes

    In a lengthy ceremony that brought out some seminal figures in independent film, the Woodstock Film Festival handed out its honors Saturday night in somewhat nearby Kingston, NY with Cruz Angeles' "Don't Let Me Drown" winning the prize for best narrative feature, while Jenna Rosher's "Junior" took ...

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    Reitman's "Up in the Air" Set for Woodstock

    Jason Reitman "Up in the Air" starring George Clooney and Vera Farmiga will close teh 2009 Woodstock Film Festival, organizers announced Tuesday. The Oscar-nominated director of "Juno"'s latest is the story of Ryan Bingham (Clooney) a corporate downsizer and consummate modern business traveler who, ...

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    Woodstock To Turn 10 With 50 Premieres

    Celebrating its first full decade, the Woodstock Film Festival has unveiled its 10th Anniversary line-up of nearly 100 films, panels, and events, all set to place September 30-October 4 in the arts colony of Woodstock, New York, and neighboring towns of Rhinebeck, Kingston and Rosendale.

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    "Messenger" Opening Woodstock

    Oren Moverman's "The Messenger" will kick off the 10th Anniversary of the Woodstock Film Festival on October 1st at the Tinker Street Cinema in Woodstock. Starring Ben Foster, Woody Harrelson, Samantha Morton and Steve Buscemi, the film debuted to warm notices at the 2009 Sundance Film Festival, an...

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    Hawke to Give Fall Fete to Linklater in Woodstock

    Academy Award-nominated director Richard Linklater will be honored with the 2009 Maverick Award at the Woodstock Film Festival this Autumn. Linklater's frienda and collaborator Ethan Hawke ("Before Sunset") will present the award during a ceremony at the festival October 3rd in Upstate, New York. Ad...

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    DISPATCH FROM NEW YORK | Woodstock: A True American Maverick Among Fests; "Broadway" and "Dream" Tak

    Woodstock is a town perpetually caught up in its funky mythology. However, the Woodstock Film Festival -- now on the verge of its tenth anniversary -- has a separate legacy in the works. The cozy scenery of this quaint artists' colony hides a passionate gathering of cinephiles and professionals alike. Founded in 1999 by Meira Blaustein and Laurent Rejto, the festival's ninth year culminated on Saturday night with an impressively upscale awards ceremony in the nearby city of Kingston, where the combination of guests in attendance looked like the set-up for a film industry geek joke: Ang Lee, James Schamus, Kevin Smith and Haskell Wexler walk i...

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    iW NEWS | Woodstock Unveils Lineup

    The Woodstock Film Festival unveiled the programming for its 9th edition, with a collection of 150 "fiercely independent" films, panels, concerts and special events to run from October 1-5, 2008. The festival will present 10 world premieres and 4 North American premieres. Opening night will offer three films, Gavin O'Connor's "Pride and Glory," Mike Leigh's "Happy-Go-Lucky" and Marc Abraham's "Flash of Genius," while the fest will close with two, the East Coast Premieres of Kevin Smith's "Zack and Miri Make a Porno" and Sean McGinly's "The Great Buck Howard." Other films screening at Woodstock include Kelly Reichardt's "Wendy and Lucy," th...

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