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Lake Placid Film Festival ends run
Lake Placid Film Festival ends run

Lake Placid Film Festival Fades To Black After 5-Year Run

The Lake Placid Film Festival won't go on this summer. The event lost twenty thousand dollars last year. Ticket sales were flat, despite an appearance by legendary director Martin Scorcese. As Chris Knight reports, organizers say there wasn't enough sponsorship support to stage a quality festival.  Go to full article

Lake Placid: Film Forum Grows to Become a Film Festival

The Lake Placid Film Festival returns this summer, with new stars, new movies--and a new seminar program for young filmmakers. Martin Scorcese is the lead attraction. The legendary director will present a screening of a "lost" Italian film called The Leopard. As Brian Mann reports, the Festival's organizers describe this as a make-or-break season.  Go to full article

People: Alexei Boulokhov, Our Man in Cannes

A St. Lawrence University student begins his summer travels with an internship at the Cannes Film Festival. Alexei Boulokhov, who was born in Russia, also plans to spend the summer traveling through eastern Europe and visiting family in Russia before returning for his final year at St. Lawrence. He's been awarded a fellowship to work on a documentary video in Europe that will focus on gay teens. Todd Moe spoke with Alexei about his summer trek and the Cannes Film Festival.  Go to full article

Lake Placid Film Forum Runs Through Sunday

The Lake Placid Film Forum was up and running last night, with movies showing on five screens around the village. Today, the forum launches a full schedule of panel discussions and master classes. Brian Mann is there and has details.  Go to full article

Second Lake Placid Film Forum Begins June 6

The Lake Placid Film Forum returns tomorrow, with five days of movies, panel discussions and workshops. The event offers locals a chance to see rare art films and to meet with some of the industry's most creative men and women. Brian Mann talked with the forum's artistic director Kathleen Carroll and has this preview.  Go to full article

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