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A still from the documentary "The Philadelphia Eleven." (Courtesy GlobeDocs Film Festival)

“Yes, the SAG-AFTRA and WGA strikes have halted new production and some talk shows. But the festival circuit keeps chugging along with a steady stream of independent and global films. Much of what screens at Boston area festivals this fall is unscripted, and much of it made by or about people with ties to the region. So despite handwringing over having ‘nothing to watch,’ Boston’s film calendar once again proves otherwise.” – Erin Trahan, WBUR

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