Exposure

Programming at the Woodstock Film Festival highlights individuals who use film as a way to explore social, environmental, and political themes, while pushing at their inherent boundaries. For our 20th anniversary, the Festival is proud to present a selection of films that represent the myriad of challenges facing our world, along with the heroes who dedicate their lives to confronting them. Among others, the program includes Foster Boy, After the Murder of Albert Lima, Maxima, and Parkland Rising.

At this year’s festival, there will be special panel discussions on women in film and media as well as filmmakers focused on gun control, immigration, the environment, and other pressing issues.