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Marketing Director Greg Brodsky Joins Woodstock Film Festival

(Woodstock, NY) November 2, 2010 - The Woodstock Film Festival is welcoming a new member to the team—Marketing Director, Greg Brodsky, who's 20+ years of experience includes senior roles marketing some of the biggest brands in entertainment, music and sports at companies incliding Warner Bros., Madison Square Garden, ESPN and Atlantic Records.

"Greg's wealth of experience in marketing for large entertainment companies will contribute to the growth of the Woodstock Film Festival in the years to come," remarked WFF Co-Founder and Executive Director Meira Blaustein."His marketing and branding contacts and experience will help continue to define our path as we forge ahead with our plans for 2011 and beyond.We're confident that Greg's efforts on behalf of the Woodstock Film Festival will result in more film and art-related programs for the region.

An eight-year Woodstock resident, Brodsky’s marketing and business development experience covers film, television, music, sports, radio, home entertainment and digital. He has worked closely with sponsors and clients to develop custom solutions tailored to particular marketing needs.

Greg Brodsky

Most recently, Greg was Marketing Director for ESPN New York, where he collaborated on strategic partnerships with the NBA, NFL, and numerous media and retail partners. At Warner Bros., Brodsky worked closely with all networks to maximize ratings for TV runs of studio feature films.

“I’m delighted to join Meira, Laurent and the dedicated Festival team,” said Brodsky. “The Woodstock Film Festival allows marketers the ultimate product placement by reaching an incredible group of tastemakers, who come to Woodstock and the Hudson Valley region to enjoy an outstanding week of films, parties, concerts, shopping and dining.

About the Woodstock Film Festival:
The Woodstock Film Festival is a not-for-profit, 501c3 organization whose mission is to present an annual program and year-round schedule of film, music and art-related activities that promotes artists, culture, inspired learning, and diversity. WFF premieres exceptional films; hosts emerging and established filmmakers; presents A-list concerts, parties and panels, and creates stimulating, innovative year-round programming. Select 2010 sponsors included 120dB Films, TIME Magazine, A&E Indie FIlms, BMI, Ketel One, Teany, Palm Beer and Barefoot Wines.

Created in 2000, WFF is located in the Hudson Valley Catskills, surrounded by some of the most beautiful landscapes in the world, just two hours from NYC. The historic arts colony offers a relaxed, receptive atmosphere, which filmmakers consistently cite as perfect for the creative interaction necessary for a great film festival. WFF is a festival for and by filmmakers, and was born through a passion for cinema that could only be the brainchild of active filmmakers and dedicated supporters of 'fiercely independent' film.

Hailed by indieWIRE as "A true American Maverick Among Fests," and one of the TOP 50 film festival in the world, the Woodstock Film Festival has been praised by actor Ethan Hawke as "among the finest of a dying breed: a festival that isn't trying to sell you anything, but simply and beautifully celebrating the art & craft of filmmaking."

Contact Info:
P.O Box 1406, Woodstock, NY 12498 - (845) 679-4265
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