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Syracuse International Film Festival
By David Hollis
Syracuse University – It may not be Hollywood, but for more than four days this week, many folks in Central New York will focus on film.
The Syracuse International Film and Video Festival opens its third annual run April 6th, bringing numerous movies, movemakers and film fans together.
But the festival is more than a great opportunity to see films that otherwise may never make it to a Syracuse screen. It's also a chance to learn. Freelance reporter David Hollis has this festival preview.