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Abigail E. Disney
A true trailblazer in both visual storytelling and humanitarian activism, Emmy Award-winning filmmaker Abigail E. Disney champions equality and human rights through projects that foster peace, justice, and human understanding. The founder of organizations like Fork Films, Level Forward, and Peace is Loud, Disney seeks to use her films as a platform to raise awareness for those who are in need, making her the perfect recipient of this year's Trailblazer Award. Oct. 5 at 7:30PM at Kingston BSP Studios. Tickets

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This program of short animated films includes Back to the Moon, Break Down, Candy Shop, and Carlotta's Face, and many others! Oct. 4 and Oct. 5 at Woodstock Community Center.

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This Spotlighting women's stories, this program includes the films Evelyn x Evelyn, The Neighbor's Window, Our Albertina, and Tattoo. Oct. 5 and Oct. 6 at Woodstock Community Center.

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Teen Films
From tales of teenage angst to coming-of-age, this program includes the films Control Yourself, Dear America, Epilogue to a Friendship, The Grassy Null, Mean with Envy, and more. Oct. 4 at Bearsville.

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Short Docs 1
This program of short documentaries includes A Sister's Hope, The Accidental Activist,We Are Forbidden and more. Oct. 4 at Woodstock Community Center and Oct. 6 at Upstate Films Rhinebeck.

book signing party


Join us for a special preview and pre-sale of the commemorative, limited edition book Posters Throughout the Years Hosted and sponsored by Glo Spa Woodstock . Artists will be on hand for personalized signed copies, this coming Saturday September 28 7-8:30PM at Glo Spa Woodstock, 62 Ricks Rd. Wine and nibbles will be served! RSVP here.

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Help us reach and celebrate our 20TH ANNIVERSARY milestone in 2019 and beyond by making a tax deductible donation. Your contribution will make a tremendous positive impact on the programming that we bring year-round and during the film festival. The Woodstock Film Festival is a not-for-profit, 501 (C)(3) organization with a mission to present an annual program and year-round schedule of film, music, and art-related activities that promote artists, culture, inspired learning, and diversity.

Please help us by making a tax deductible contribution to our Capital Campaign. Whether you donate $5 or $500, every little bit helps.

Thank you for your support. The film center is headquarters for both the Woodstock Film Festival and the Hudson Valley Film Commission. For more details, visit this link.

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from our friends at hotel kinsley


The heart of Hotel Kinsley can be found in the sun-soaked oasis that is Restaurant Kinsley, brought to you by Taavo Somer and Zak Pelaccio. It's the perfect gathering place to swap stories of the day's adventures with friends new and old over a farm fresh, Hudson Valley meal. Book your table here or call 845-768-3621.