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A suspenseful, dark drama that tells a tale of collateral damage wrought by mental illness. Oct. 5 at 12:45PM at Upstate Films Woodstock and Oct. 6 at 2:15PM at Saugerties Orpheum.
Personal Velocity Retrospective Screening of Rebecca Miller’s award-winning 2002 film about four women trying to change their own circumstances against nearly impossible odds, Oct. 5 at 1PM at Woodstock Playhouse.
Portrait of a Lady on Fire Centerpiece Screening of Céline Sciamma's seductive period drama about a rebellious noblewoman and the artist tasked with painting her. Oct. 5 at Woodstock Playhouse and Oct. 6 at Rosendale Theatre.
Nothing Fancy: Diana Kennedy Look back at the colorful life of Diana Kennedy, whose love for Mexican cuisine takes her to far-flung villages to catalogue their recipes. Oct. 5 at Bearsville and Oct. 6 at Upstate Films Rhinebeck.
This year's Spotlight Screening is a black comedy in which an all-unemployed family takes interest in the wealthy Parks, until an unexpected incident entangles them. Oct. 6 at 8:30PM at Woodstock Playhouse.
The top prize winner at this year's Berlin Film Festival follows a young Israeli man desperate to erase his origins, who sees becoming French is his only hope. Oct. 3 at 9:00PM at Woodstock Playhouse
(U.S. Premiere) The true story of Máxima Acuña, an illiterate farmer who stood up to one of the largest gold-mining companies in the world, and won. Oct. 5 at Bearsville and Oct. 6 at Upstate Films Rhinebeck.
The Last Color
Based on the Vikas Khanna book with the same title, The Last Color is a touching tale about the friendship between a penniless street urchin and an isolated widow who defy tradition in the name of love. Oct. 3 at Upstate Films Woodstock and Oct. 4 at Upstate Films Rhinebeck.
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