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The 17th annual film festival returns to Chatham and Hudson. James Ivory will introduce a restored anniversary edition of his Oscar-winning film Howards End at the kickoff celebration on October 22. Richard Dreyfuss, Parker Posey, and Julianna Margulies will be acting as hosts for the event's cocktail party and silent auction. The festival runs through October 30 and will showcase a salute to Cuban cinema alongside a series of other recent releases, panels, and kids programs. "We give filmgoers the opportunity to see the year's top-notch independent and foreign films, often well before they are released," says the festival's co-artistic director and executive Peter Biskind. Ken Loach's Cannes Film Festival award-winning I, Daniel Blake, Paul Verhoeven's Elle, and Pedro Almdóvar's Julieta will be screened, along with dozens of other films at locations in Chatham and Hudson. Filmcolumbia.org

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