As of October 10, tickets can no longer be shipped. All online orders placed on or after October 10 will need to be picked up at the Woodstock Film Festival BOX FFICE at 13 Rock City Road in Woodstock. *This includes tickets for shows in Rhinebeck, Rosendale and Saugerties. It may be easier to purchase tickets at venue prior to screening. Thank you.
What Children Do Directed
Dean Peterson USA / 2017 / 87 minutes East Coast Premiere
As of October 10, tickets can no longer be shipped. All online orders placed on or after October 10 will need to be picked up at the Woodstock Film Festival BOX FFICE at 13 Rock City Road in Woodstock. *This includes tickets for shows in Rhinebeck, Rosendale and Saugerties. If it is easier for you, please purchase tickets at venue prior to screening. Thank you.
Times and Venues:
Orpheum Theater SAUGERTIES
Q&A Attendees *subject to change: Dean Peterson, Grace Rex
Estranged sisters Amy and Shannon return to their hometown in upstate New York to care for their dying grandmother. After not speaking for three years, and knowing little about each other's current lives, they come face-to-face with lingering childhood resentments, all the while trying to put aside the past to come together for Nana. With the kind of comedy that only sibling rivalry can generate, the failed actress and bored librarian sisters come across old flames, over-zealous pastors and overdue DVDs, as they work to heal their relationship with each other and the town they grew up in (Woodstock, that is!). — Monique Ray
BIO: Dean Peterson is a filmmaker from Brooklyn, NY. In 2009 he made his debut feature film Incredibly Small which premiered at the Raindance Film Festival in London, and went on to play at over 30 festivals across the US and Europe and has been viewed over 64,000 times online. He's also made the short films Ving Rhames, Sea Beach Local, Stop Telling Women To Smile, and Killing Baldacci.
Cast/Featuring: Nicole Rodenburg, Grace Rex, John Early, Josh Ruben, Alex Rennie
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