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.
Mary Janes: The Women of Weed Directed
Windy Borman USA / 2017 / 85 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:
Bearsville Theater WOODSTOCK
Q&A Attendees *subject to change: Windy Borman
Women are changing the face of today's fastest growing industry, cannabis. Join filmmaker Windy Borman as she explores the movement to end marijuana prohibition, her own relationship to the plant, and the stereotypes surrounding it. Through a series of empowering and educational interviews with a broad diversity of women leading the industry today, Windy's own assumptions are transformed as she discovers that cannabis liberation intersects with some of the most urgent social justice issues of our time including environmental sustainability, ending the War on Drugs and the prison-industrial complex, and the destructive domination of Big Pharma.
BIO: Windy Borman, MST, is a multi-award-winning film Director and Producer. Her recent projects include directing and producing the 10-time award-winning film, The Eyes of Thailand (narrated by Ashley Judd), and producing The Big Picture: Rethinking Dyslexia, which premiered at Sundance and on HBO. Other credits include producing performances for Dr. Maya Angelou and Margaret Cho, directing The Vagina Monologues and writing for Takepart.com and Indiewire: Women and Hollywood.
From 2003-2005, Ms. Borman dedicated two years to Teach For America, teaching middle school Drama and Dance in the South Bronx. In 2006 she opened DVA Productions to use her gift of storytelling to produce film and digital media that give a voice to the voiceless and promote peace, justice and equality.
The Woodstock Film Festival is a not-for-profit, 501c3 organization with a mission to present an
annual program and year-round schedule of film, music,
and art-related activities that promote artists, culture,
inspired learning, and diversity. The Hudson Valley Film
Commission promotes sustainable economic development
by attracting and supporting film, video and media production.