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Music in Film@Woodstock FF 2016 EP095

On a recent perfect autumn weekend spent in the Catskills, at the fiercely independent Woodstock Film Festival 2016, Christina Kotlar and Yuri Turchyn recap in an absorbed art of conversation sorting through a carefully chosen weekend schedule of award-winning films– picking out the sounds that underscored the visually beautifully made sights.

Highlights include Two Trains Runnin’, a juxtaposition of the civil rights movement and the search for the 1930s recording musicians, saving their music from extinction; the American Epic music project preserving an incredible treasure trove of American music history and music scores galore.

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