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Dubois finishing work on Autumnfest movie; will premiere Aug. 28

April 12, 2014

Local filmmaker Derek Dubois strolls Main St. after finishing up work on his “City on the Move,” a film about Woonsocket’s premiere annual fall celebration, Autumnfest, and its relationship to the city’s ongoing economic and fiscal troubles. (PHOTO BY ERNEST A. BROWN)

WOONSOCKET – Taking on a filmmaking project is one thing, and getting the project to completion in many ways something else altogether. There is the process of reviewing the footage shot, putting it into the context of the storyline, and then going through the final edit while keeping the film in line with the goal for its creation.

Local filmmaker Derek Dubois has been going through all of that as he finishes up work on his “City on the Move,” a film about Woonsocket’s premiere annual fall celebration, Autumnfest, and its relationship to the city’s ongoing economic and fiscal troubles.

The film is scheduled to premiere at the Stadium Theater on Aug. 28 and will represent Dubois’ transition from making shorter films and documentary projects to a full-length production running 75 minutes.

Full story appears on page A1 of today's Call.

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