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November Activities in the Hudson Valley

November Activities in the Hudson Valley

ZZ Top on the big screen, photographer Elliott Landy, the return of Farm & Flea, and more. Stuff your Thanksgiving-month schedule with these savory events.

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5 November Events in the Hudson Valley

November’s Hudson Valley cornucopia brings jazz, film, maritime model making, a celebrated explorer and TV host, and—despite Halloween being last week—more zombies!

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Five October Events in the Hudson Valley

An indie rock icon, some innovative abstract sculpture, a 1920s silent horror film, and chances to dig some blues while cruising the Hudson and sample some craft beer at the 1969 Woodstock Festival site. See all of these event picks below—and see our event listings for more fun fall fare.

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5 Awesome Activities in the Hudson Valley

Once again, here’s your weekly curated tip sheet of great things to do in our region. Art, music, film, and wine are in the hopper this time around, so mark your datebook and enjoy!

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The Musical Highlights of Woodstock Film Festival 2019

Woodstock is a town of music connoisseurs, and the Woodstock Film Festival offers first-rate performances (October 2-6).

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Five Fun Hudson Valley Events

The weather’s fine as autumn looms on the horizon, so check out this curated rundown of cool things to do in the 845 and the 518.

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Past, Present, and Future of Italian Film at the Magazzino's Cinema in Piazza

"Up the Boot" is a three-day film festival featuring a curated selection of Italian films spanning the 1960s to present day.
This July, the Magazzino Italian Art Foundation will continue to screen a series of films in its central courtyard for the second half of their annual summer film program, "Cinema in Piazza."

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Where to Catch Outdoor Movies This Summer in the Hudson Valley

Warm nights call for more time spent outside, and what's more fun than an outdoor movie. We've gathered up a list of all the spots places to see films al fresco in the Hudson Valley this summer—from drive-ins to deserted islands.

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A Conversation with Journalist Amy Wu

Journalist Amy Wu tries to inspire and encourage a new generation of women entrepreneurs working on the forefront between farming and science with her new documentary film.

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Kickstarter Campaign Launched for David Greenberger Documentary

The film will chronicle the phenomenon of the Greenwich resident and spoken word performer's beloved zine, The Duplex Planet.

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A Conversation with Laurent Rejto of Hudson Valley Film Commission

A Q and A with Laurent Rejto, the founder of the Woodstock Film Festival and the Hudson Valley Film Commission.

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A Fine Line Screens at CIA with Special Guest Lidia Bastianich

A Closer Look at the Adversity Facing Women in the Culinary World
Despite the antiquated aphorism, “a woman’s place is in the kitchen,” fewer than 7 percent of head chefs and restaurant owners in the US are female. Filmmaker Joanna James grew up watching her mother battle her way through one challenge after another.

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Mark Ruffalo to Play Twins in New HBO Series Set to Film in the Hudson Valley

Callicoon-Based Actor to Star and Co-Produce the Mini Series "I Know This Much is True"
Between April 1 and September 30, HBO will film a new six-episode mini series in the Hudson Valley. Entitled "I Know This Much Is True," the TV series will star Mark Ruffalo in the dual role of twin brothers. An open casting call will be held from 11am-4pm, Saturday, February 23, at the Mid-Hudson Civic Center,

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"Zebra" Music Video is First Film Production at Lumberyard in Catskill

Dust Bowl Faeries Take Over the Catskill Soundstage for a Surreal Circus Video
On Saturday, February 2, Hudson-based band Dust Bowl Faeries will debut “Zebra,” a surreal new music video, which was filmed and produced at Lumberyard.

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Game of Thrones & Sex Education Actors Co-Star in New Movie Filmed in Kingston

Then Came You Debuts on February 1
Hudson Valley director Peter Hutchings dishes on the new film Then Came You, which was shot almost entirely in Kingston and features actors Maisie Williams (Game of Thrones), Asa Butterfield (Sex Education), and Nina Dobrev (Degrassi).

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