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BRANDON | Long before it became a long-running Broadway musical and then 2002’s Best Picture, the story of “Chicago”first achieved worldwide fame as a hit silent film. Read more

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TUPPER LAKE | AdkAction’s inaugural “Beyond the Peaks Student Film Festival” took place at The Wild Center May 10. Read more

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HUDSON FALLS | Over the last decade, the Lake George Arts Project has annually presented a juried presentation of short videos and films known as the “People’s Pixel Project.” Read more

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NORTH CREEK |  “Old Ski Movie Night III” will be held at the Tannery Pond Community Center on Feb. 9 at 7 p.m. to raise funds for the North Creek Railway Depot Museum. Read more

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MIDDLEBURY | Below is a listing of Middlebury College campus winter arts-related events for Jan. 31 through Feb. 6. Read more

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PORT HENRY | Auditions had been over for an hour when Aengus Andrew walked into the room. He was 11 at the time. Read more

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PLATTSBURGH | An enthusiastic audience at the spacious Strand Center Theatre in Plattsburgh was told Saturday night that, for the first time since 1929, a film had sold out the house. Read more

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MIDDLEBURY | The talked-about motion picture “Burning” will be screened Saturday, Jan. 19, 3 p.m. and 8 p.m. at the Middlebury College Sunderland Language Center in Dana Auditorium. Read more

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In 1962, actor Robert Lansing, star of  ABC-TV’s Emmy Award-winning “12 O’Clock High” series and actress/wife Emily McLaughlin met Robert Frost in Ripton during the summer before the poet’s death at age 88. Read more

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PLATTSBURGH | The film “Garrow” will be screened at the Strand Center Theatre at 25 Brinkerhoff St., Plattsburgh on Saturday, Jan. 12, 2019 at 8 p.m. Read more

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MIDDLEBURY | Due to the ongoing box office success of “Can You Ever Forgive Me?”, the film’s distributor, Fox Searchlight, is extending the movie’s commercial theatrical run in Middlebury. Read more

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PLATTSBURGH | She’s back at it again. Read more

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PLATTSBURGH | The escape from Clinton Correctional Facility by two convicted murders in 2015 immediately drew comparisons to Hollywood capers like the “Shawshank Redemption.” Read more

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MIDDLEBURY - The 2018 Vermont International Film Festival, which runs through Oct. 28 in downtown Burlington, is taking a deep and wide look at nine films specifically relating to the environment. Read more

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GLENS FALLS | Blue Mountain Lake is the setting for “The Song of Sway Lake” that headlines next weekend’s Adirondack Film Festival. Read more

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GLENS FALLS | The historical film “Radium Girls” — shot in Lake George and elsewhere in Warren County  — is to be one of six headliners in the Adirondack Film Festival, set for Oct. 18 through Oct. 21 in Glens Falls. Read more

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PORT HENRY | The cozy cottage at the Edgemont Bed and Breakfast is the perfect size for an Adirondack getaway. Read more

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BRANDON | Brandon will play host to the Vermont premier of the first-ever Sherlock Holmes movie. Read more

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MIDDLEBURY | The 4th Annual Middlebury New Filmmakers Festival kicked off Aug. 23 at the Town Hall Theater and the Marquis Theater. Read more

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The sleepy summertime political season was disrupted with a bang last month with the release of secret video in which Tedra Cobb, a Democrat challenging Rep. Elise Stefanik, told a group of teenagers she wanted to ban assault weapons... Read more

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