AS OF SATURDAY, SEPTEMBER 26, TICKETS WILL NO LONGER BE SHIPPED.
All online ticket purchases MUST BE picked up at WFF Box Office at 13 Rock City Road in Woodstock.
For your convenience, tickets can also be bought at Upstate Films in Rhinebeck, Rosendale Theatre  and UPAC for shows scheduled at those venues.
When planning your festival schedule, please bear in mind that Woodstock, Rhinebeck, Rosendale and Saugerties
are located up to 30 minutes from one another. For venue locations and maps, see ticket info page.


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Screening(s):
1 Giant Leap II : What About Me?
directed by
Duncan Bridgeman and Jamie Catto
USA / 2015 / 85 minutes
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A non-linear music led celebration of what it is to be a human in the crazy world we are all born into.

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3 Still Standing
directed by
Robert Campos and Donna LoCicero
USA / 2014 / 90 minutes
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They dreamed of being rich and famous...but life had other ideas.

Bearsville Screening Followed by a Rare Live Performance

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A Woman Like Me
directed by
Alex Sichel and Elizabeth Giamatti
USA / 2015 / 84 minutes
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A Woman Like Me is a hybrid documentary that interweaves the real story of director Alex Sichel, diagnosed with metastatic breast cancer in 2011, with the fictional story of Anna Seashell (Lili Taylor), who tries to find the glass half full when faced with the same diagnosis.

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After the Spill
directed by
Jon Bowermaster
USA / 2015 / 60 minutes
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Five year ago more than 200 million gallons of oil spilled into the Gulf of Mexico; sadly, that's not the coast of Louisiana's biggest problem.

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Babushkas of Chernobyl, The
directed by
Holly Morris
Co-Director: Anne Bogart
USA / 2015 / 72 minutes
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Three defiant old women living inside Chernobyl's radioactive "Dead Zone" are the unlikely heroines of this remarkable story about the pull of home, the healing power of shaping one's destiny, and the subjective nature of risk.

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Buried Above Ground
directed by
Ben Selkow
USA / 2015 / 78 minutes
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Over six years, BURIED ABOVE GROUND tells the stories of three Americans battling the symptoms of Post-Traumatic Stress Disorder (PTSD) - an Iraq War veteran; a Hurricane Katrina evacuee; and a child abuse and domestic violence survivor.

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Deep Run
directed by
Hillevi Loven
USA / 2015 / 75 minutes
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Deep Run is the coming of age story of Cole, a gutsy trans gender Christian youth growing up in rural North Carolina.

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Drawing The Tiger
directed by
Amy Benson, Scott Squire & Ramyata Limbu
USA / 2015 / 97 minutes
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Drawing the Tiger is an intimate portrait of the price one family pays for their golden opportunity.

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Family Matters
directed by
Noa Roth
Israel / 2015 / 67 minutes
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Deep family secrets and heartfelt attempts to heal broken relationships are the crux of this moving documentary about the little known world of the extreme orthodox Jewish population.

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Hot Type:
150 Years of The Nation
directed by
Barbara Kopple
USA / 2015 / 92 minutes
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Hot Type is a vivid look at America's oldest continuously published weekly magazine.

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I Will Not Be Silenced
directed by
Judy Rymer
Australia / 2014 / 84 minutes
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A personal quest for justice after Australian, Charlotte Campbell Stephen is gang raped in Nairobi, becomes a campaign for women's rights in Kenya.

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Incorruptible
directed by
Elizabeth Chai Vasarhelyi
USA / 2014 / 94 minutes
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In the Spring of 2011, Senegal was pitched into crisis when President Abdoulaye Wade decided to change the constitution to allow for a third term. An artist-led youth movement erupted to protect one of Africa's oldest and most stable democracies. In a time where democracy is under siege in many parts of the world, Incorruptible offers a positive, hopeful example and the role that youth are taking in shaping the future of their own country.

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Lee's 88 Keys
directed by
Susan Robbins
USA / 2015 / 104 minutes
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Lee Shaw is an exceptional role model for following and living a passion filled life with great success, no matter what obstacles. Lee is an inspiration to ALL. Music is love and healing. Lee's extraordinary life exemplifies these traits.

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Left on Purpose
directed by
Justin Schein
Co-Director: David Mehlman
USA / 2015 / 85 minutes
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A film about the friendship between an aging anti-war activist who has decided that his last political act will be to take his own life and a documentary filmmaker who is struggling to tell the story.

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Look At Us Now, Mother!
directed by
Gayle Kirschenbaum
USA / 2015 / 84 minutes
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A daughter and mother explore their past to fix their future. Told with biting humor and raw honesty, this is an intimate story about family dysfunction, forgiveness and healing.

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Mavis!
directed by
Jessica Edwards
USA / 2015 / 81 minutes
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Her family group, the Staple Singers, inspired millions and helped propel the civil rights movement with their music. After 60 years of performing, legendary singer Mavis Staples's message of love and equality is needed now more than ever.

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Monty Python: The Meaning of Live
directed by
Roger Graef, James Rogan
UK / 2014 / 92 minutes
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This film captures the most anticipated comeback show in comedy history, following the stars of Monty Python as they reform and stage a marathon ten shows at The O2, London.

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Paradise Is There, A Memoir by Natalie Merchant, The New Tigerlily Recordings
directed by
Natalie Merchant
USA / 2015 / 90 minutes
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Twenty years after her first solo record -- Tigerlily -- Natalie Merchant re-records the songs and the impacts they had on 5 million fans.

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Poet of Havana, The
directed by
Ron Chapman
Wednesday screening followed by performance by Carlos Varela with special guest Jackson Browne.
Tickets for UPAC screening available at BARDAVON.ORG or UPAC box office (845) 339-6088
Canada / 2015 / 97 minutes
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Enter the world of internationally renown Cuban musician Carlos Varela...singer, song-writer, lyricist, one of the most influential and well-loved artists of his time as he celebrates his 30th anniversary in poignant performances.

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Reconquest of the Useless
directed by
Sam Pressman
Peru, USA, Brazil / 2015 / 79 minutes
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Three young men journey nearly 5000 miles through the Peruvian Amazon, searching for inspiration, adventure and the legacy of Werner Herzog's classic film Fitzcarraldo, thirty years after it was made.

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She's The Best Thing In It
directed by
Ron Nyswaner
USA / 2014 / 80 minutes
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She's not famous. She's just great.

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Sporting Dreams
directed by
Leon Gast
USA / 2015 / 52 minutes
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Is it worth it? Three unique stories look at the work and sacrifice that goes into pursuing athletic dreams in America.

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Student Body, The
directed by
Bailey Webber, Michael Webber
USA / 2015 / 85 minutes
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An inspiring underdog story about two brave young girls who take on state lawmakers and government mandated BMI testing of students and the 'fat letters' that follow.

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Three Hikers, The
directed by
Natalie Avital
USA / 2015 / 96 minutes
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A documentary chronicling the events surrounding three Americans arrested and held as political hostages in Iran and their families' campaign to free them.

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AS OF SATURDAY, SEPTEMBER 26, TICKETS WILL NO LONGER BE SHIPPED.
All online ticket purchases MUST BE picked up at WFF Box Office at 13 Rock City Road in Woodstock.
For your convenience, tickets can also be bought at Upstate Films in Rhinebeck, Rosendale Theatre  and UPAC for shows scheduled at those venues.
When planning your festival schedule, please bear in mind that Woodstock, Rhinebeck, Rosendale and Saugerties
are located up to 30 minutes from one another. For venue locations and maps, see ticket info page.


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