Tomorrow, July 12, is your LAST CHANCE TO SUBMIT your film for consideration.
Submit via WithoutABox (bit.ly/woodstockentries) or FilmFreeway (bit.ly/entrieswoodstock) now to avoid missing out.
"It's a great festival... It's what a film festival should be, which is really independent films and showcasing the work of filmmakers you might not know about.." –Paul Rudd
Advertisements are beginning to arrive for our 2018 commemorative festival program.
For complete details about ad buys, visit http://www.woodstockfilmfestival.com/events/adbuy.php
Please, also check out our wonderful ad supporters online including the amazing Kingston based Rowan Woodwork • www.rowanwoodwork.com
Keep Families Together #march in #woodstock
Our special screening with director Debra Granik is #soldout
Our Late Submission deadline is TOMORROW, June 14. Don't wait: Submit your film now via FilmFreeway (bit.ly/entrieswoodstock) or WithoutABox (bit.ly/woodstockentries)
Pictured here are last year's Woodstock Film Festival ULTRA INDIE AWARD winners from BEAUTY MARK, which was recently released to theaters and screening services. "I cannot thank you enough for having us as part of your extraordinarily wonderful festival. We had such a great time and made so many friends. The audiences were smart and fantastic. As were our hosts at our beautiful home. I am sad it's over. I am grateful to you for this experience." -Harris Doran, director of Beauty Mark.
Acclaimed filmmaker Jim Jarmusch attending a screening of his film Gimme Danger at the 2016 Woodstock Film Festival.
Our Late Submission deadline is this Thursday, June 14. Don't wait: Submit your film now via FilmFreeway (bit.ly/entrieswoodstock) or WithoutABox (bit.ly/woodstockentries)
The Woodstock Film Festival, in collaboration with Upstate Films Woodstock, present a special screening at @upstatefilmswoodstock of
LEAVE NO TRACE
Directed by Debra Granik
Courtesy of Bleecker Street
Tickets are going fast, get yours today: bit.ly/leavenotrace1 @leavenotracemovie
Announcing the Woodstock Film Festival’s Summer Youth Film Lab, July 9 - 27 2018, to be held at the Center for Creative Education in mid-town Kingston, NY.
The Film Lab is an opportunity for teenage students to learn about the filmmaking process from film industry professionals. Over the span of the three-week program, students will learn about each phase of the production process; conceptualizing, writing, filming and editing original projects. Students will work in small groups with a dedicated instructor. Field trips and presentations by mentors working in the field will increase students understanding of the film industry and culture. Films produced at the Lab will be shown this fall at the 19th annual Woodstock Film Festival. We are looking for students 16-18 years old with an interest in filmmaking. This program is absolutely FREE for students.
The Summer Youth Film Lab was made possible with support from an anonymous donor.
To sign up, please visit http://bit.ly/youthfilmlab. Space is limited.
Great to find Bill Heckeroth, the former owner and resident of our building, standing out front for the 2018 Memorial Day parade.
He told me an amazing story about the Kelvinator that Lee Marvin scratched up with graffiti.