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Local filmmaker examines city’s woes through the prism of its Autumnfest celebration

October 27, 2013

WOONSOCKET – There’s a lingering question on the mind of award-winning filmmaker and city native Derek Dubois.

Does anybody outside this struggling ex-mill town care about its plight and how the people who live here cope?

The adjunct film professor at Rhode Island College and the director of seven film shorts is well on his way to finding out. He just finished the trailer for his first feature-length film, a documentary that will explore the tough times through the lens of the city’s annual Autumnfest celebration.

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