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    How to Launch an International Film Festival in a Small Buddhist Country

    "Bhutan is a perfect place to redefine the traditional film festival."

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    2014 Woodstock Film Festival Honors Darren Aronofsky, Announces Audience Awards

    See the full list of Audience and Maverick Award winners from this year's festival.

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    Connie Nielsen, Jonathan Sadowski and Sara Paxton All Have Flirty Eyes in Exclusive Poster for 'All Relative'

    The poster for J.C. Khoury's new comedy has been released ahead of its Woodstock premiere.

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    Darren Aronofsky on Why Digital is Not a Replacement for Shooting Film

    From his low-budget debut feature, "Pi," which he shot on grainy black-and-white 16mm film, to "The Wrestler" and "Black Swan," which were both shot on 16mm color film, to "Noah," which he shot on 35mm, Darren Aronofsky is one a handful of directors working in Hollywood today who continues to use fi...

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    Darren Aronofsky on How The Bible Inspires Him and The Future of Indie Film

    Before taking home the 2014 Honorary Maverick Award, handed out every year by the Woodstock Film Festival in upstate New York, Darren Aronofsky spoke with Indiewire about what the honor means to him.

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    Woodstock Film Festival to Close With Terrence Malick Produced 'The Better Angels'

    This year, upstate New York's Woodstock Film Festival will finish out its program with the new film — directed by A.J. Edwards, produced by Terrence Malick, and starring Brit Marling.

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