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Westchester's Dar Williams Sings Praises Of New Film At Greenwich Film Fest

Left to right: Jeremy Newberger, Seth Kramer, Dar Williams, GIFF Programmer Rachel Langus and Daniel Miller at the opening night documentary film, "The Anthropologist."
Left to right: Jeremy Newberger, Seth Kramer, Dar Williams, GIFF Programmer Rachel Langus and Daniel Miller at the opening night documentary film, "The Anthropologist." Photo Credit: Skip Pearlman
Left to right: Director Jeremy Newberger, actors Seth Kramer, Daniel Miller.
Left to right: Director Jeremy Newberger, actors Seth Kramer, Daniel Miller. Photo Credit: Skip Pearlman
Producer Graham Wright at Thursday's opening of "The Anthropologist."
Producer Graham Wright at Thursday's opening of "The Anthropologist." Photo Credit: Skip Pearlman
Sponsors Louisa and Warren Greene, with the Avon Theater.
Sponsors Louisa and Warren Greene, with the Avon Theater. Photo Credit: Skip Pearlman

GREENWICH, Conn. - Mount Kisco born Singer/Songwriter Dar Williams, who grew up in Chappaqua and contributed music to the new documentary, "The Anthropologist," was among a handful of celebrities on the red carpet Thursday, June 9 as part of the Greenwich International Film Festival's (GIFF) opening night festivities.

The event, now in its second year, is going on now through Sunday, June 12 throughout downtown Greenwich.

The film, directed by Putnam County resident Jeremy Newberger of Garrison-based Ironbound Films , follows environmental anthropologist Susie Crate and her teenage daughter as they visit indigenous communities threatened by climate change.

Commentary is also provided by Mary Catherine Bateson, daughter of famed anthropologist Margaret Mead. Go HERE for more details.

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