In one room at the new Woodstock Film Center on Rock City Road, where everything’s speeding up fast as the countdown progresses towards the upcoming 12th Annual Fiercely Independent Woodstock Film Festival, running September 21 to 25, WFF Executive Director Meira Blaustein is talking about the numbers of filmmakers who have attended the festival and decided to make their next film locally. In the next room, Hudson Valley Film Festival Director Laurent Rejto points out the numbers of film professionals who have actually moved to the region, because of the festival. The movies, he says, are becoming one with . . .
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