The Woodstock Film Festival has announced a brand new forum for New Yorkers to see hot, new independent film. ‘WFF in the City’ is a bi-monthly screening series that will provide a showcase for fresh, original films that have screened at the Woodstock Film Festival.
Debra Granik’s award-winning Down to the Bone debuts the series on Tuesday, December 21 at 7:00 p.m. at the Two Boots Pioneer Theater, 155 East Third Street (at Avenue A).
“Although we have year-round programming here in Woodstock, we have been looking for another outlet to highlight some of the very special,cutting-edge films that screen at the Festival, ” said WFF director and co-founder Meira Blaustein, “Not only do these films and filmmakers deserve greater exposure, audiences also deserve a chance to see these films. We are incredibly proud to bring WFF to the City.”
For more info, visit the Woodstock Film Festival website.
Posted on December 21, 2004 in News by Film Threat Staff
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