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Woodstock Film Festival's Inaugural Filmmaker Incubator

Inaugural Woodstock Film Festival Residency Filmmakers: (clockwise) Eunice Lau, Maba Ba, Set Hernandez Rongkilyo, and Brooke Pepion Swaney
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Inaugural Woodstock Film Festival Residency Filmmakers: (clockwise) Eunice Lau, Maba Ba, Set Hernandez Rongkilyo, and Brooke Pepion Swaney

The Woodstock Film Festival is knee-deep in its inaugural Filmmakers Residency / Incubator Program. It serves four filmmakers of diverse and underrepresented backgrounds who are in the midst of developing their respective full-length narrative and documentary films, each addressing social justice themes. Each project will fit within the mission of the residency of artistic vision and social responsibility, resting upon four pillars: Racism, Climate Change, Food Insecurity, and Immigration.

Woodstock Film Festival Co-Founder and Executive Director Meira Blaustein says she is “thankful for the opportunity to bring the fellows, mentors, staff and community at-large together and look forward to seeing these promising filmmakers hone in their creative voices."

The four filmmakers are Eunice Lau, Set Hernandez Rongkilyo, Brooke Pepion Swaney and Maba Ba.

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