There’s some serious creativity taking root this spring at an organic farm on the eastern outskirts of Woodstock. Thanks to a new partnership between the White Feather Farm Foundation and the Woodstock Film Festival, four young independent filmmakers are using a monthlong residency to cultivate the concepts behind their latest projects, with assistance from some impressive mentors. Two are working on documentaries, two on narrative features, and all four represent constituencies who rarely get to tell their own stories in the Hollywood-dominated entertainment media realm . . .
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