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American Epic: The Big Bang
directed by
Bernard MacMahon
USA/UK / 2016 / 110 minutes
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These films are about how America was democratized by electrical sound recording in the 1920's. In the words of the film's narrator, Robert Redford, "This is America's greatest untold story."

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American Epic: Out Of The Many, The One
directed by
Bernard MacMahon
USA/UK / 2016 / 96 minutes
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These films are about how America was democratized by electrical sound recording in the 1920's. In the words of the film's narrator, Robert Redford, "This is America's greatest untold story."

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American Epic: The Sessions
directed by
Bernard MacMahon
USA / 2016 / 118 minutes
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Jack White and T Bone Burnett invite some of today's greatest musical artists to record straight to wax.

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Circus Kid
directed by
Lorenzo Pisoni
USA / 2016 / 68:32 minutes
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The circus isn't always fun and games.

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Confession, The
directed by
Ashish Ghadiali
UK / 2016 / 96 minutes
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Moazzam Begg has experienced a generation of conflict.This is his first-hand account, a chronicle of the rise of modern jihad, its descent into terror and the disastrous reaction of the West.

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Disturbing the Peace
directed by
Stephen Apkon and Andrew Young
USA / 2016 / 86 minutes
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What are you willing to stand for?

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Freedom Runners
directed by
David Wachsmann
ISRAEL, SWEDEN / 2016 / 50 minutes
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A running team made up of young African refugees and asylum seekers seek national recognition

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Get in the Way: The Journey of John Lewis
directed by
Kathleen Dowdey
USA / 2015 / 60 minutes
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The first documentary biography of fearless civil rights hero, John Lewis.

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Gimme Danger
directed by
Jim Jarmusch
USA / 2016 / 108 minutes
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"Gimme Danger" chronicles the story of The Stooges, one of the greatest rock-n-roll bands of all time.

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God Knows Where I Am
directed by
Todd Wider and Jedd Wider
USA / 2016 / 97 minutes
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The body of a homeless woman is found in an abandoned New Hampshire farmhouse. Beside the body, lies a diary that documents a journey of starvation and the loss of sanity, but told with poignance, beauty, humor, and spirituality.

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Islands and the Whales, The
directed by
Mike Day
UK / 2016 / 81 minutes
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What happens when tradition confronts reality?

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Kivalina
directed by
Gina Abatemarco
USA / 2016 / 64 minutes
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A rare and cinematic portrait of one of the last surviving Eskimo cultures trapped on a disappearing Arctic island.

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Magnificent Burden
directed by
Rob Nelson
USA / 2016 / 87 minutes
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A New York City socialite goes undercover to help the F.B.I. crack a black-market baby trafficking ring.

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MARATHON: The Patriots Day Bombing
directed by
Ricki Stern and Annie Sundberg
USA / 2016 / 106 minutes
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MARATHON: The Patriots Day Bombing recounts the dramatic story of the April 2013 terrorist attack at the Boston Marathon through the emotional experiences of individuals whose lives were forever impacted.

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Monster in the Mind
directed by
Jean Carper
USA / 2015 / 87 minutes
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The convenient untruth about Alzheimer's

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Promised Band, The
directed by
Jen Heck
Israel, Palestine, USA / 2016 / 89:30 minutes
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They needed to cross the Israeli border. So they created an all-girl band.

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Real Boy
directed by
Shaleece Haas
USA / 2016 / 72 minutes
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A son's transition. A mom's transformation.

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Rebel Citizen
directed by
Pamela Yates
USA / 2015 / 77 minutes
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The legendary Haskell Wexler's political documentary work inspires and resonates

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Stronger than Bullets
directed by
Matthew Millan
USA, Libya, UK / 2016 / 88 minutes
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They struck a chord for freedom

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The Last Dalai Lama?
directed by
Mickey Lemle
USA / 2016 / 81:34 minutes
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"The Last Dalai Lama?" weaves historic and contemporary footage, sequences from Lemle's groundbreaking 1991 film "Compassion in Exile", and intimate interviews with The Dalai Lama, twenty-five years apart, on his legacy, aging, dying, anger and whether or not he will Reincarnate.

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They Played for Their Lives
directed by
Nurit Jugend and Aaron I. Butler
USA / 2016 / 52 minutes
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Eight survivors, now elderly, share their powerful and affecting memories.

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Two Trains Runnin'
directed by
Sam Pollard
USA / 2016 / 82 minutes
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Two Trains Runnin' is about the search for two forgotten blues singers, set in Mississippi during the height of the civil rights movement. Directed by Sam Pollard, narrated by Common, and featuring the music of Gary Clark Jr.

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Women of Maidan
directed by
Olha Onyshko
USA/Ukraine / 2016 / 62 minutes
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This is Occupy Wall Street on steroids.

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Woodstock - A Love Poem
directed by
Leon Gast
USA / 2016 / TBD minutes
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Woodstock a Love Poem tells the story of modern day Woodstock as seen through the eyes of some of its notable characters.

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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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