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‘The Hanging of Big Todd Wade’

OXFORD TOWN – Oxford Film Freak Melanie Addington is a sucker for film … any film … especially when it’s produced in Oxford and Lafayette County. Filmmaker Micah Ginn wrapped up the filming of his latest short comedy “The Hanging of Todd Wade” last week featuring approximately 70 Oxonians dressed in period costumes from the late 1800s and Addington was there with camera in tow. Check out her preview of the interesting day in the snow on the back cover of Oxford Town this week as she gives you a sneak peek of a feature scheduled for publication in The Oxford EAGLE on Feb. 10. (January 20, 2011, Page 16)

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    Oxford Town #908

    IN THIS WEEK’S ISSUE – YAC hosts a Swing Dance fundraising event this Friday night featuring contests and live music by Maybelle’s Lovers; The Athens-based Southern rock band Betsy Franck and the Bareknuckle Band play Proud Larry’s this Saturday night; OT sports columnist Steven Godfrey wraps up the 2010 football season focusing on the remaining bowl games including the BCS Championship game between Auburn and Oregon; and the Oxford Film Festival unveils it 2011 schedule as the countdown to the February event begins. Click here and download the complete issue in PDF format. (January 6, 2011)

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      Oxford Film Festival unveils 2011 schedule

      Oxford Film Festival recently announced its 2011 line up including 13 world premieres, three national premieres, 33 regional premieres, 10 Mississippi premiers and other spotlight films. The festival is scheduled for Feb. 10-13, 2011. For more information, visit www.oxfordfilmfest.com  (January 6, 2011, Page 12)

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        OXFORD TOWN #906

        IN THIS WEEK’S ISSUE OF OXFORD TOWN: Rooster’s Blues House owner Scott Michael keeps the venue rolling through the Christmas weekend featuring live music and food and drink specials; “True Grit Retribution” begins its run at the Malco Studio Cinema; Oxford Town columnist Jim Dees explores what popularity and social networking might do to Santa in these digital times; Renasant Bank in Water Valley is hosting an art exhibit by Water Valley resident Thomas Lovelady; and Oxford Town sports columnist Steven Godfrey gives Oxford a dose of “gamblin’ feel-good” by sharing his Christmas weekend bowl picks. Click here and download the complete issue in PDF format. (December 24, 2010)

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          Retribution Christmas – “True Grit” returns

          OXFORD TOWN – Rooster Cogburn fans rejoice. The one-eyed ’60s cowboy phenom who was first played by John Wayne is resurrected by Jeff Bridges in the remake of the classic movie which just opened locally at Oxford Malco Studio Cinema. The cover and Page 8 in this week’s issue of Oxford Town have photos and more information about the reloaded version of “True Grit,” now being shown at Malco. It truly is “Retribution Christmas” this year (December 22, 2010, Page 8)

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            Gotham Winners

            OXFORD TOWN — Oxford Film Freak takes a look at this year’s Gotham Independent Film Award Winners and what you should be sure to rent. (December 2, 2010, Page 15)

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