Filmmakers impressed with Woodstock Film Festival hospitality team

AR-141019661Jack Heart of Fort Lee, New Jersey, left, waits to be given a piece of bread and butter outside of Bread Alone in Woodstock Friday afternoon. Serving him is Liz Manashil, writer and director of the movie “Bread and Butter” which makes its world premier Saturday at 3 p.m. at Upstate Films in Rhinebeck and Sunday at Bearsville at 7:45 p.m.. In the rear are actors from the movie, from left, Sean Wright, Micah Hauptman, and lead actor Christine Weathercup.

Click link for full story by Paula Ann Mitchell and video taken inside WAAM: Courtesy Daily Freeman 

WOODSTOCK >> Liz Manashil, a California girl, is enjoying the foliage and mountain views. She’s enraptured by the small-town feel of Woodstock and the close encounters she’s having with older, more experienced filmmakers. Most of all, Manashil is tremendously impressed by how she and her crew are being treated by the Woodstock Film Festival hospitality team.

Woodstock is like the ultimate gateway to this world,” she said early Friday afternoon inside the festival headquarters at the Woodstock Artists Association and Museum on Tinker Street. “They’re incredibly welcoming, and all they want to do is support the filmmakers.”


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