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All Together Now
directed by
Adrian Wills
Canada, UK / 2008 / 84 minutes
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Beatles meet Cirque du Soleil and make "Love" the live show.

  SCREENINGS
Bearsville Theater
10/03/2008, 9:45PM
Qty
$10

American Swing
directed by
Matthew Kaufman and Jon Hart
USA / 2007 / 80:47 minutes
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The rise and fall of the legendary New York City swingers club, Plato's Retreat.

  SCREENINGS
Woodstock Town Hall
10/03/2008, 10PM
Qty
$10

At the Edge of the World
directed by
Dan Stone, Patrick Gambuti Jr.(co-director)
USA, Antarctica / 2008 / 96:13 minutes
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Some risks are worth taking!

  SCREENINGS
Woodstock Town Hall
10/03/2008, 5:15PM
Qty
$8
Upstate Films II
10/04/2008, 4:15PM
Qty
$8

Betrayal, The (Nerakhoon)
directed by
Ellen Kuras, Thavisouk Phrasavath (co-director)
USA / 2008 / 91 minutes
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Filmed over the course of 23 years, "The Betrayal" ("Nerakhoon") is the story of a family's epic journey from war-torn Laos to the mean streets of New York.

  SCREENINGS
Upstate Films I
10/04/2008, 1:00PM
Qty
$8
Bearsville Theater
10/05/2008, 11:00AM
Qty
$8

Blind Spot
directed by
Adolfo Doring
USA / 2008 / 93 minutes
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"A fascinating documentary..." (Howard Zinn)

  SCREENINGS
Bearsville Theater
10/03/2008, 12PM
Qty
$8
Upstate Films II
10/05/2008, 6PM
Qty
$8

Bulletproof Salesman
directed by
Petra Epperlein and Michael Tucker
USA / 2008 / 70 minutes
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Fidelis Cloer is a self-confessed war profiteer.

  SCREENINGS
Bearsville Theater
10/02/2008, 6:00PM
Qty
$8
Upstate Films I
10/03/2008, 5:00PM
Qty
$8

Captured
directed by
Ben Solomon and Dan Levin
USA / 2007 / 90 minutes
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A man's odyssey, from voyeur to provocateur, reveals that it can take losing everything you love to find your own significance.

  SCREENINGS
Woodstock Town Hall
10/05/2008, 6PM
Qty
$8

Diplomacy - The Responsibility to Protect
directed by
Rasmus Dinesen and Boris B. Bertram
Denmark / 2008 / 47:29 minutes
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What would you do if you had 30 days to stop a genocide?

  SCREENINGS
Woodstock Town Hall
10/02/2008, 5:45PM
Qty
$8
Woodstock Town Hall
10/05/2008, 1:30PM
Qty
$8

Examined Life
directed by
Astra Taylor
Canada / 2008 / 87 minutes
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"Examined Life" is food for the mind and nourishment for the soul.

  SCREENINGS
Bearsville Theater
10/03/2008, 2:30PM
Qty
$8

Flying On One Engine
directed by
Joshua Z Weinstein
USA/India / 2008 / 51 minutes
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Wheelchair-bound and without a larynx, he's the fastest plastic surgeon in the world.

  SCREENINGS
Woodstock Community Center
10/04/2008, 9:30PM
Qty
$8

Garrison Keillor: The Man on the Radio in the Red Shoes
directed by
Peter Rosen
USA / 2008 / 86 minutes
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A private look at the man who stands in the public spotlight of America's most popular radio show, "A Prairie Home Companion" - Garrison Keillor

  SCREENINGS
Bearsville Theater
10/03/2008, 7PM
Qty
$10
Rosendale Theater
10/04/2008, 11:45AM
Qty
$8

Guest of Cindy Sherman
directed by
Paul H-O and Tom Donahue
USA / 2008 / 88 minutes
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If you think you know all there is to know about the famous 90's photographer/film director Cindy Sherman, think again.

  SCREENINGS
Upstate Films I
10/03/2008, 2:30PM
Qty
$8
Woodstock Town Hall
10/04/2008, 7:15PM
Qty
$8

Hi, My Name Is Ryan
directed by
Paul Eagleston and Stephen Rose
USA / 2008 / 78 minutes
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A touching portrait of a unique artist with an unparalleled lust for life

  SCREENINGS
Bearsville Theater
10/04/2008, 11:30AM
Qty
$8
Upstate Films II
10/05/2008, 8:00PM
Qty
$8

In A Dream
directed by
Jeremiah Zagar
USA / 2008 / 78 minutes
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Over the past four decades, artist Isaiah Zagar has covered more than 50,000 square feet of Philadelphia with stunning mosaic murals. This is his story.

  SCREENINGS
Upstate Films II
10/03/2008, 7PM
Qty
$8
Woodstock Town Hall
10/05/2008, 11:15AM
Qty
$8

Johnny Cash's America
directed by
Morgan Neville and Robert Gordon
USA / 2008 / 88 minutes
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Johnny Cash's America was not red, white or blue, but black. And that blackness contained multitudes. While society has become increasingly divided, Americans who can agree on little else have agreed on Johnny Cash.

  SCREENINGS
Bearsville Theater
10/04/2008, 9:30PM
Qty
$10

Kassim The Dream
directed by
Kief Davidson
USA / 2008 / 86 minutes
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"Kassim The Dream" explores the drama of facing a horrifying past and rediscovering a long, lost home.

  SCREENINGS
Upstate Films I
10/03/2008, 7:15PM
Qty
$8
Woodstock Town Hall
10/04/2008, 2:15PM
Qty
$8

Know Your Mushrooms
directed by
Ron Mann
Canada, USA / 2008 / 72 minutes
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CONSUMER WARNING: Don't Go Into The Forest Without This Movie!

  SCREENINGS
Bearsville Theater
10/03/2008, 4:45PM
Qty
$8

Milton Glaser: To Inform and Delight
directed by
Wendy Key
USA / 2008 / 114 minutes
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Milton Glaser is the personification of American graphic design.

  SCREENINGS
Bearsville Theater
10/05/2008, 6:15PM
Qty
$10

Of All The Things
directed by
Jody Lambert
USA / 2008 / 85 minutes
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Dennis Lambert-one of the most successful songwriter, producers of the 70s and 80s-embarks on a comeback tour of the Philippines, where his obscure 1972 solo album is, for some reason, still wildly popular.

  SCREENINGS
Upstate Films II
10/04/2008, 7PM
Qty
$8
Bearsville Theater
10/05/2008, 1:15PM
Qty
$8

Playing for Change: Peace Through Music
directed by
Jonathan Walls and Mark Johnson
USA / 2008 / 73 minutes
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Directors Mark Johnson and Jonathan Walls set out to prove that some of the best music in the world is played by unknown artists.

  SCREENINGS
Rosendale Theater
10/03/2008, 2PM
Qty
$8
Woodstock Community Center
10/04/2008, 4:30PM
Qty
$8

Pressure Cooker
directed by
Jennifer Grausman and Mark Becker
USA / 2008 / 99 minutes
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They're cooking up a future.

  SCREENINGS
Bearsville Theater
10/04/2008, 6:45PM
Qty
$10
Upstate Films I
10/05/2008, 2:15PM
Qty
$8

Religulous
directed by
Larry Charles
USA / 2008 / 101 minutes
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Were Jesus, Moses and Mohammed prophets and visionaries, or crackpot nut cases who today would be put away? Is religion an obsessive-compulsive disorder?

  SCREENINGS
Tinker Street Cinema
10/02/2008, 12:45PM
Qty
$10
Tinker Street Cinema
10/02/2008, 3:30PM
Qty
$10

Thing With No Name
directed by
Sarah Friedland
USA / 2008 / 74 minutes
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An intimate portrait of two HIV-positive Zulu women in rural South Africa and their struggle to survive an unspoken epidemic.

  SCREENINGS
Upstate Films II
10/04/2008, 9:30PM
Qty
$8
Woodstock Town Hall
10/05/2008, 3:45PM
Qty
$8

Throw Down Your Heart
directed by
Sascha Paladino
USA / 2008 / 97 minutes
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Bela Fleck brings the banjo back to Africa and meets his match in exuberance and sheer musicality, as he travels to reestablish the origins of his instrument and "make great music."

  SCREENINGS
Bearsville Theater
10/02/2008, 12PM
Qty
$10
Upstate Films II
10/03/2008, 9PM
Qty
$10

Trinidad
directed by
PJ Raval & Jay Hodges
USA / 2008 / 86 minutes
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"Trinidad" uncovers Trinidad, Colorado's transformation from Wild West outpost to "sex change capital of the world."

  SCREENINGS
Upstate Films II
10/03/2008, 2:15PM
Qty
$8
Woodstock Community Center
10/04/2008, 2:00PM
Qty
$8

Under Our Skin
directed by
Andy Abrahams Wilson
USA / 2008 / 113 minutes
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An infectious new film about microbes, money and medicine.

  SCREENINGS
Upstate Films I
10/04/2008, 3:30PM
Qty
$8

Upstream Battle
directed by
Ben Kempas
Germany / 2008 / 97:40 minutes
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Native Americans on the Klamath River fight for fishing rights against an energy corporation. Their struggle may trigger the largest dam removal project in history.

  SCREENINGS
Upstate Films II
10/03/2008, 12PM
Qty
$8
Woodstock Community Center
10/04/2008, 11:30AM
Qty
$8

 

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