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This year's commemorative program, celebrating Woodstock Film Festival's 19th year (October 10-14), is offering a limited number of ads (due August 24) on pages dedicated to host towns, including Woodstock, Rhinebeck, Rosendale, Saugerties and Kingston. We also offer ads for non-local businesses, digital ads in our eNewsletter (13,000+ readers) which remain online, and on-screen ads that play before film showings.
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The screening will be immediately followed by a panel featuring producer and attorney Scott Greathead, the film’s subject Óscar Ramirez Castañeda, and forensic anthropologist Fredy Peccerelli, moderated by Woodstock Film Festival Executive Director and Co-Founder Meira Blaustein.
Finding Oscar tells the incredible story of the 15-year search for a 3-year-old boy who survived the infamous Dos Erres Massacre in Guatemala in 1982. Set against the background of Guatemala’s 36-year Armed Conflict, the film features three courageous Guatemalan women – a human rights activist, a young prosecutor and Guatemala’s Attorney General – who unraveled the mystery of what happened at Dos Erres and brought to justice the perpetrators of one of Central America’s worst crimes against humanity.
SUMMER YOUTH FILM LAB
The Woodstock Film Festival’s Summer Youth Film Lab, held at the Center for Creative Education in Kingston, NY, started on July 9th and concluded July 27th.
The Film Lab presents an opportunity for teenage students to learn about the filmmaking process from film industry professionals. Over the span of the three-week program, students learned about each phase of the production process; conceptualizing, writing, filming and editing original projects. Students collaborated in small groups with a dedicated instructor, and their films produced at the Lab will be shown this fall at the 19th Annual Woodstock Film Festival.
The Summer Youth Film Lab was made possible with support from an anonymous donor. The program was conceived and administered by Woodstock Film Festival’s executive director Meira Blaustein.
WAYS TO SUPPORT THE WOODSTOCK FILM FESTIVAL
Founded in 2000 as a grassroots arts organization driven by the sheer love of film and community, the Woodstock Film Festival has grown into one of the premiere independent film festivals in the US, bringing together thousands of filmmakers and film lovers over the years. We are currently gearing up for our 19th edition in the fall of 2018, with our eyes set on the fall of 2019 as well, when we will celebrate the 20th anniversary of the Woodstock Film Festival. 2019 also marks the 50th anniversary of the legendary Woodstock Festival, as well as the 100th anniversary of Woodstock as America’s oldest colony of the arts.
Films, panels, parties and the Maverick Awards Ceremony during the Woodstock Film Festival generate large, enthusiastic audiences, news headlines, social media exposure, and a gamut of other promotional opportunities for all of our supporters. Our success is linked to your generous support. Here is your chance to be a part of what actor Paul Rudd calls "a great festival... what a film festival should be, which is really independent films and showcasing the work of filmmakers you might not know about;” and what Ethan Hawke describes as “a festival that isn't trying to sell you anything, but simply and beautifully celebrating the art & craft of filmmaking."
Woodstock Film Festival sponsorship, corporate giving and individual donations come in a variety of shapes and sizes.
For more details and a list of participants over the years, visit ABOUT US.
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Thank you in advance for your generosity.
We are always looking for additional volunteers during the festival season.
Be a part of our Fiercely Independent team of volunteers for the 19th annual Woodstock Film Festival.
We are always looking for additional volunteers during the festival season. Volunteers are the heart and soul of the festival, and operations would not run smoothly without our dedicated team of volunteers. Click here to apply.
Do not miss this opportunity to work with industry professionals in a fun, fast-paced festival environment!
Internships offer students the opportunity to get hands on experience with all the necessary components of running a festival from press and marketing to operations and production.
We are currently searching for interns in ALL departments, including but not limited to Operations, Press, Public Relations, Administrative, and Production. General experience includes database management, film submissions screening evaluations, fundraising, press and marketing, community outreach, production coordination, event planning, equipment optimizing/organization, editing and more. The internship will be custom tailored depending on the intern’s individual experience and skills.
To purchase Woodstock Film Festival posters, T-shirts, caps and other souvenirs, visit the Woodstock Film Festival box office at 13 Rock City Road in Woodstock or online at woodstockfilmfestival.com/wff_store/souvenirs.php
Without our wonderful sponsors, we would never be able to carry on. If you are interested in learning more about becoming a 2018 sponsor, email firstname.lastname@example.org or give us a call at 845.679.4265.