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    Barkin Becomes a Maverick at Woodstock Fest Over the Weekend

    Presenter Vincent D'Onofrio and 2011 Excellence in Acting Award recpient Ellen Barkin along with Woodstock head Meira Blaustein at Woodstock Film Festival 2011 Maverick Awards over the weekend. Photo by David Morris Cunningham, courtesy of WFF.
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    Barbara and Michael do Woodstock

    Oscar-winning doc filmmaker Barbara Kopple and Woodstock Music & Art Festival (a la 1969) co-creator Michael Lang atop a mountain last weekend for a private party during the Woodstock Film Festival.
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    Hawke Sings the Linklater Praises in Woodstock

    Actor Ethan Hawke showed up Saturday night at the Woodstock Film Festival awards ceremony to introduce his friend, Richard Linklater, who was being honored by the fest with its Honorary Maverick Award. Hawke has worked on six projects with Linklater, and is currently working on a seventh. "He's very special to me," said Hawke. Linklater is also a godparent for one of his children.
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    Bing and Matt

    Hanging out at a Woodstock Film Festival party, IFC Films consultant Bingham Ray with "Factotum" star Matt Dillon.
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    Wavy

    Woodstock's own Wavy Gravy, and his trademark fish, pose for iPOP during a Woodstock Film Festival afternoon reception. The legendary hippie figure served as M.C. for the Woodstock music fests and now is the subject of Michelle Esrick's a work-in-progress documentary, "Saint Misbehavin' The Life and Time of Wavy Gravy".
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    Jonathan and John

    The symbolic passing of the torch...IFC Entertainment president Jonathan Sehring playfully receives his Woodstock Film Festival Trailblazer Award from last year's inaugural recipient John Sloss, shortly after the official awards ceremony Saturday night.
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    Mike and Stevan

    Woodstock Film Festival programmer Michael Lerman hangs out with "Blue Blood" director Stevan Riley at the festival's Sunday brunch.
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    Liz, Molly and Ryan

    Docurama's Liz Ogilvie with Molly Thompson and Ryan Harrington from A&E IndieFilms, at a festival afternoon reception. Docurama is currently planning its release of "Air Guitar Nation," while A&E has its "Jesus Camp" in release by Magnolia Pictures.
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    Katja and Meira

    Filmmaker Katja Esson, director of the Oscar-nominated doc short "Ferry Tales" and in Woodstock with her new short, "A Season of Madness," with Woodstock Film Festival co-founder and executive director Meira Blaustein at the festival's Sunday brunch.
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    Eileen, Anne, Lisa, and Barbara

    Hanging out at the Woodstock Film Festival's Sunday brunch are (left to right): NVR's Eileen Newman, Kodak's Anne Hubbell, and doc directors Lisa Gossels and Barbara Hammer ("Lover Other").
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    John and Allen

    Pictured after a Saturday panel discussion at the Woodstock Film Festival are film critic John Anderson with "Hollywoodland" director Allen Coulter, who made his name as a director of such hit HBO shows as "Six Feet Under" and "The Sopranos".
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    Jay and Jeff

    "Gretchen producer Jay Van Hoy with "Chalk"'s Jeff Guerrero hanging out at an afternoon festival reception.
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    Chatting Backstage

    In a photo captured by guest iPOPer Jeanne Berney, Rachel Boynton ("Our Brand is Crisis") and Heidi Ewing ("The Boys of Baraka") chat back stage before a panel discussion at the Woodstock Film Festival.
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    Patti, Andrew, Bob, Jeanne, and David

    Hanging out at a party at Michael Christopher's house at the Woodstock Film Festival this weekend are (left to right) Patti Edwards from the festival, attorney/rep Andrew Hurwitz, Picturehoue head Bob Berney, his wife Jeanne Berney, a longtime industry publicist, and reporter David D'arcy.
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    Logue, Greaves, and Buscemi

    Directors Donal Logue, William Greaves and Steve Buscemi gather for a quick shot at the Woodstock Film Festival this weekend.
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    Bujalski on the air...

    At the festival, filmmaker Andrew Bujalski talks with a local radio reporter about his new film, "Mutual Appreciation." Bujalski's "Funny Ha Ha" had its debut at the festival and he returned this year with his new movie.
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    Bingham in Woodstock

    Checking in at the Woodstock Film Festival on Saturday, former United Artists chief Bingham Ray.
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    Harcourt @ Brunch

    This morning at the Woodstock Film Festival, disc jockey Nic Harcourt greets guests who got up early for a tasty brunch at The Emerson. Later, the KCRW regular participated in a festival music panel.

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