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Richard Kind and Jessica Hecht are both prodigious stars of stage and screen. They have IMBD pages that stretch for miles. Hecht has been nominated for Tony- and Emmy-Awards and Kind is the ultimate “that guy,” in the “always the bridesmaid never the bride,” niche. And that is by no means a criticism, as he is certainly one of the best character actors of his generation, and received rave reviews for his portrayal of Max Bialystok in “The Producers” on Broadway.
Now that Broadway’s lights have been turned off indefinitely, Kind and Hecht are joining forces on unchartered terrain: “pandemic filmmaking” in the murder mystery series, “Hudson Falls.”
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Hudson Falls is ready to meet “Hudson Falls.”
A new streaming TV series pilot will be shown later this month on the big screen at the ever-busy Strand Theatre as a benefit for the nonprofit venue.
The writer-director-producer of the pilot used the name of Washington County’s largest village for the fledgling series’ title and setting, though the episode was filmed in Rockland County in the Lower Hudson Valley.
At a time when local creators are struggling bring their visions to life during the pandemic, one Red Hook filmmaker managed to shoot an exciting murder-mystery while still safely adhering to the state’s social distancing mandates.
By enforcing six-feet of separation between castmates, cutting down on non-essential crew, and testing everyone regularly, “Indie” artist Elias Plagianos finished off the pilot of “Hudson Falls,” a crime drama about an LGBTQ science professor who mysteriously quits her job at a university and opens a craft brewery. The show’s protagonist quickly finds herself in a tricky predicament when a private eye comes to town, and the secrets of her small upstate college town begin to unravel.