Keene Sentinel: Film festival brings a new kind of arts initiative to the Monadnock Region
Forty years ago, Telluride, Colo. was a tiny, little-known western town preparing to stage its first international film festival with a line up of hard-to-find films. Today, the town of 2,300 is synonymous worldwide with its annual Labor Day weekend film festival that draws Hollywood bigwigs and independent filmmakers alike and has premiered numerous acclaimed films.
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