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Yesterday the festival presented its Opening Night film, Honey Boy, based on real experiences from the life of Shia LaBeouf, who co-stars with Lucas Hedges. Producer Daniela Taplin introduced the film and spoke about the genesis of this long-anticipated project with LaBeouf, which was directed by the award-winning filmmaker Alma Har'el. The film will screen again today, Oct. 4 at 9:30PM at Rosendale Theater.
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Narrated by Meryl Streep, Museum Town made its New York debut last night at Upstate Films Rhinebeck, with the films director Jennifer Trainer and producers Rachel Chanoff and Noah Bashevkin in attendance for an animated post-screening Q&A. The inspiring film about Mass MoCA will screen again Oct. 4 at 11AM at Woodstock Bearsville Theater.
Gay Chorus Deep South continued its run on the festival circuit yesterday evening at Rosendale Theater. This uplifting documentary following the San Fransisco Gay Men's Chorus as they tour through the Bible Belt was a huge hit among viewers.
Please note: today's screening, Oct. 5 at 3:30PM at Upstate Films Woodstock is currently standby only.Please note: today's screening, Oct. 5 at 3:30PM at Upstate Films Woodstock is currently standby only.
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Short Film Programs
The first program of short films will be presented today at 12:30PM, at the Woodstock Community Center and the Woodstock Bearsville Theater. The categories include: All in a Day's Work, Comedy, Growing Pains, Teen, and Animation. For more info, visit the Event Calendar.
Artist and gun reform activist Manuel Oliver, who is a subject in the World Premiere of Parkland Rising, will paint a mural at the corner of Mill Hill and Rock City Roads in Woodstock 3PM, to honor his son Joaquin 'Guac' Oliver and the other victims of the Parkland shooting.
Check out the Virtual Reality Lounge at 11 Jane Street Gallery in Saugerties Saturday from 11AM to 7PM. Featuring four unique experiences for viewers to explore, including: The 100%, Gloomy Eyes, Claude Monet - Water Lilies, and Bonfire. This fantastically immerse event is quite the sight to see! Sign up here
A Night at Switch N’ Play
Make sure not to miss the sneak peak of the new documentary, A Night at Switch N' Play tonight at 8:00PM at The Colony. The documentary, which spotlights the Brooklyn-based drag and burlesque group, Switch N' Play, will be followed by a special performance by the collective. All seven members will be in attendance, making this an event you will not want to miss!
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