A Weekend in Cooperstown Celebrates Film-making
| November 9, 2018
Glimmerglass Film Days takes place from November 8 through the 12 at various venues around Cooperstown. Curator Peggy Parsons speaks about the wide range of activities taking place over those five days. She also talks a little about her work at the National Gallery of Art.
Photo credit: Glimmerglass Film Days
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