55 Films in 3 Days

Peekskill to hold annual festival

The three-day Peekskill Film Festival will open Friday, July 28, at the Paramount Hudson Valley Theater. It will include 55 feature and short films.

The independent crime thriller Nowhere, Michigan, will be shown on July 28 at the Peekskill Film Festival.

On July 30, Leslie Fields-Cruz, executive director of the National Black Programming Consortium, will lead a panel discussion about funding sources for documentary filmmakers.

See peekskillfilmfestival.org for a schedule and to purchase tickets.

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