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"This Friday, Film Love and theAtlanta Contemporary Art Center will present the U.S. premiere of the newest film by local filmmaker and anthropologist Anna Grimshaw.
Over the course of a year, Grimshaw chronicled the daily life of William Coperthwaite, an artist and craftsman who - influenced by the poetry of Emily Dickinson, the writings of Thoreau, and the back‐to‐the-land
movement of Scott and Helen Nearing - has lived and worked on 300 acres of wilderness in Machiasport, Maine for the last 50 years.
The resulting film, Mr Coperthwaite: a life in the Maine woods, Part One: Spring in Dickinson's Reach, is the first installment of four, one for each season."