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Warrensburg Film Festival, Social Justice, and politics…
Posted on September 17, 2010 by yarnspinnerpress
I guess I’m not through huffing and puffing about this. Here’s my blog post about Warrensburg. The films were good despite the kerfuffle. Winter’s Bone was the featured film and therefore not in competition. But I got a standing ovation, twice, and was … Continue reading →
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