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WOODSTOCK FILM FESTIVAL UNVEILS
2013 OFFICIAL LINE-UP OF FIERCELY INDEPENDENT FILMS

WEDNESDAY, OCT. 2 - SUNDAY, OCT. 6, 2013

CLICK HERE to see 2013 Woodstock Film Festival program online

More than 150 Stellar Films, Panels, Concerts and Special Events


• KICK-OFF SCREENING AND LIVE MUSIC EVENT:

Screening of Dick Fontaine's SONNY ROLLINS BEYOND THE NOTES
with Special Guest SONNY ROLLINS; as well as Performance by THE JD ALLEN TRIO

• INAUGURAL KEYNOTE SPEECH:
Delivered by SLAVA RUBIN, CEO and Founder of INDIEGOGO

• MIRA NAIR, recipient of 3rd ANNUAL MEERA GANDHI GIVING BACK AWARD

SPOTLIGHT FILMS:
AT MIDDLETON,
directed by Adam Rodgers, (East Coast Premiere),
featuring
ANDY GARCIA, participant in the 2013 ACTOR'S DIALOGUE

COLD TURKEY,
directed by Will Slocombe, (New York Premiere),
featuring PETER BOGDANOVICH, recipient of WFF 2013 MAVERICK LIFETIME ACHIEVEMENT AWARD

MAN OF TAI CHI, directed by Keanu Reeves, (East Coast Premiere),
Reeves' DIRECTORIAL DEBUT starring alongside The Matrix stuntman, TIGER CHEN

CENTERPIECE FILM:
THE MOTEL LIFE, directed by Alan and Gabe Polsky, (U.S. Premiere),
featuring STEPHEN DORFF, participant in the 2013 ACTOR'S DIALOGUE

SPECIAL SCREENING:
BREASTMILK, directed by Dana Ben-Ari
(North American Premiere)

(Woodstock, NY) - September 3, 2013: The 14th Annual fiercely independent Woodstock Film Festival (WFF), kicking off Wed. Oct. 2 through Sun. Oct. 6, is unveiling its 2013 line-up of over 150 exciting films, panels, performances and special events. Screenings and events will take place in the historic arts colony of Woodstock and the neighboring towns of Rhinebeck, Rosendale, Saugerties and Kingston, just two hours from NYC in the Hudson Valley Catskills.

"This year's lineup is made up of a stimulating collection of independent films that truly push the envelope," said Meira Blaustein, WFF executive director and co-founder. "These films open our eyes and ignite our hearts. We are looking forward to being able to share the filmmaking experience in all of its diverse approaches, with our audience come the beginning of October."

The WFF Box Office will be open Sept. 12-Sept. 29, Wednesday-Sunday from noon-6pm.
On Sept. 30-Oct. 6 the Box Office is open every day from 9am-7pm.
ONLINE SALES AND PHONE SALES GO LIVE on Sept. 12 at www.woodstockfilmfestival.com
The Box Office is located at 13 Rock City Road, in the heart of Woodstock.
This year WFF is pleased to announce a new venue for screenings- the Orpheum Theatre in Saugerties.
All concert tickets will be sold in advance online or at the WFF Box Office as well as at the door. Same Box Office hours apply. Concert tickets prices range from $20-$50.

The 2013 Woodstock Film Festival is proud to showcase numerous premiere films including 24 World Premieres, 6 US Premieres, 2 North American Premieres, 19 East Coast Premieres and 22 New York Premieres.

Since its inception in 2000, WFF has firmly established itself as one of the foremost regional independent film festivals, being named by Indiewire as one of the top 50 festivals in the world. This year boasts a cutting edge variety of film submissions. With nearly 1450 entries spanning the globe, from countries including the UK, Mexico, Poland, Turkey, China, Germany, Israel, Spain, Canada, Brazil, Pakistan, Tunisia, Sweden, France, Italy and Australia, as well as across the United States, veteran, first-time and student filmmakers submitted their work for consideration.

PARTICIPANTS INCLUDE (updated 9/13): Richard Abramowitz, JD Allen, Lauren Ambrose, Isil Bagdadi, Signe Baumane, Joe Berlinger, Peter Bogdanovich, Rachel Brosnahan Shawn Christensen, Mychael Danna, Stephen Dorff, Jessica Edwards, Larry Fessenden, Leo Fitzpatrick, Martha Frankel, Meera Gandhi, Andy Garcia, Liz Garbus, Leon Gast, Adam Goldman, Amy Devra Gossels, Lisa Gossels, Jonathan Gray, Paul Green, Judith Helfland, Sabine Hoffman, Connor Kennedy, Elysa Koplovitz, Barbara Kopple, Ricki Lake, Rob Meyer, Cynthia Kane, Fiona Otway, Lydia Dean Pilcher, Michael Levine, Ron Mann, Kevin McDonough, Steve Menkin, Jim Mickle, Linda Moran, Eddie Mullins, Mira Nair, Annie Nocenti, Cecilia Peck, Chase Pierson, Bill Plympton, Paul Rachman, Heather Rae, June Diane Raphael, Justin Rice, Doreen Ringer Ross, Sonny Rollins, Slava Rubin, Nancy Savoca, Pal Shazar, Jules Shear, John Sloss, and many other outstanding artists.


FILMS IN COMPETITION
Every year, the Woodstock Film Festival dedicates itself to showcasing the best independent films for cinephiles near and far. Along with the lineup of Official Selections for this year's festival, a select portion of the films are in the 2013 festival competition.
Our panel of top-notch jurors – consisting of industry professionals and filmmakers of all varieties – have their work cut out for them as some of the best of WFF's narrative, documentary and shorts programs vie for awards. The stand-out short film competition includes narrative, documentary, animation and student categories that cover everything from post-apocalyptic dystopias to heart-warming portraits of childhood.
Join us at this year's Maverick Awards Gala on Saturday evening, Oct. 5, to find out who the winners are!

Click here for details
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2013 NARRATIVE FEATURES in this year's festival hail from all corners of the world as well as from the local Hudson Valley and cover such wide-ranging topics as free-wheeling squatters, vulnerable young love and an underground martial arts fight club.

Click here for detailed list of films.


2013 DOCUMENTARY FEATURES represent diverse voices of culture and span the spectrum from family-owned strip clubs to U.S. Secretary of the Treasury, worldwide jewel theft to the birth of zombies.

Click here for detailed list of films.


WORLD CLASS SHORTS
The WFF has garnered a reputation for screening some of the most exciting films of the genre! The WFF 2013 Shorts Programming includes: Animation, Conversations, Dystopia, Family, She Won, She Too, Short Docs I, Short Docs II, Whoops and Youth Films, as well as shorts shown before features.

Click here for detailed list of films.


SPECIALTY PROGRAM HIGHLIGHTS INCLUDE:
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SPOTLIGHT FILMS
At Middleton, directed by Adam Rodgers, follows two strangers who come to life in one another's company and decide to play hooky on their respective children's college tour. The two parents come together despite their opposing temperaments in an afternoon reminiscent of their lost youth, ditching the textbook tour for a crash course in the pursuit of passion.

At Middleton
stars Andy Garcia and Vera and Taissa Farmiga. Andy Garcia will partake in this year's WFF Actor's Dialogue.

Cold Turkey, directed by Will Slocombe, is a Thanksgiving dramedy that follows a holiday reunion turned raconteur hair-raiser when Turner family patriarch, Poppy, has to face the moral and fiscal responsibilities of fatherhood. An autobiographical picture inspired by Slocombe's family experience, the film confronts not only the trying nature of siblinghood but the underlying value in shared upbringing.

Cold Turkey
stars Peter Bogdanovich, Cheryl Hines, Alicia Witt, Ashton Holmes and Sonya Walger.

Man of Tai Chi is the directorial debut of acclaimed actor, Keanu Reeves. Set in modern Beijing, this spectacular martial arts epic stars Matrix stuntman Tiger Chen and features fight choreography by the legendary Yuen Woo-ping.

Also starring Reeves,
Man of Tai Chi follows the spiritual journey of a young martial artist whose unparalleled Tai Chi skills land him in a highly lucrative underworld fight club. As the fights intensify, so does his will to balance pacifist principles with violent impulses.


centerpiece CENTERPIECE FILM
The Motel Life, directed by Alan and Gabe Polsky, explores the intense bond between two brothers who are living on the fringes of Reno, Nevada. They grew up dependent on each other and their big imaginations to escape the challenges of their transient life. When the brothers are involved in a fatal accident, it forces them to choose between running or facing reality. It is a story of brotherhood, shared dreams and the redemptive power of hope.

The Motel Life stars Emile Hirsch, Stephen Dorff, Kris Kristofferson and Dakota Fanning. Dorff will partake in this year's WFF Actor's Dialogue.

special screening SPECIAL SCREENING
Breastmilk, directed by Dana Ben-Ari, takes a daring look at the world surrounding breast milk, bringing the clandestine world surrounding breastfeeding to the forefront. The documentary not only confronts our modern persepctives on breastfeeding but delves beneath the surface in uncovering what exactly has led us to treat breast milk as "liquid gold" and breasts as overtly sexual iconography. Breastmilk is brilliant in revealing the guilt, humor and controversy surrounding breast milk while providing a unique look at this lesser understood challenge of parenthood.

Breastmilk will be presented by award-winning TV host and actress, Ricki Lake, who will lead a discussion following the screening.

exposure EXPOSURE: FILMS OF SOCIAL RESPONSIBILITY: Politics, environment, religion, war and peace.
WFF's Exposure program is always at the forefront of showcasing 'movies that matter' and this year promises the same.

Click here for detailed list of films.

focusonmusic FOCUS ON MUSIC: Outstanding films and performances.
What is Woodstock without music? WFF's extremely popular music program annually consists of insightful music documentaries, groundbreaking music videos, and stunning narratives about musicians' struggles. WFF 2013 features an incredible kick-off screening and live music event as well as several musical performances.

Click here for detailed list of films and events.

hvi HUDSON VALLEY FILMS: Passionately committed to supporting regional filmmakers and film production.
WFF 2013 presents an array of features, documentaries, shorts and music videos filmed in the beautiful Hudson Valley. This year, Hudson Valley short films steal the show, demonstrating how much the region, including the Hudson Valley Film Commision, brings to the independent film community.

Click here for detailed list of films.

worldcinema WORLD CINEMA: Films from around the globe.
Dedicated to celebrating the spirit of independent film and filmmakers, the Woodstock Film Festival prides itself on the ever-diverse collection of films that are screened every year. Our World Cinema category consists of narratives, documentaries and shorts from the borders of the United States to across the sea.

Click here for detailed list of films
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YOUTH INITIATIVE: Engaging and encouraging youth participation in film.
Since its inception as an educational not-for-profit organization, the Woodstock Film Festival has been committed to youth and education as a means to positive development, conflict resolution and growth opportunity. WFF proudly presents its Teen Film Program each year as an event that encourages young filmmakers and showcases some of the best young talent from the local region and across the country and around the world.

On October 4, 2013, students from the region will enjoy a day of interaction with filmmakers, actors, producers, writers, animators and others from the film business at WFF's annual CAREER DAY.

Additionally, 2013 celebrates the inaugural year of WFF's Social Media Campaign, a program that offers local students the chance to take their interests in social media websites and refashion them as platforms of reporting, production and engagement. Read more about the social media initiative HERE.

Click here for detailed list of films and events.

WFF MAVERICK AWARDS CEREMONY
The annual WFF Maverick Awards Gala has become one of the most talked-about events in the world of independent film and across the Hudson Valley, attracting nearly 500 filmmakers, industry and community leaders. Saturday, Oct. 5, 9pm at BSP Studios in Kingston. The event is open to the public with limited seating. Tickets are available at the Box Office or HERE.
-Filmmaker PETER BOGDANOVICH will receive the Maverick Lifetime Achievement award.
-Filmmaker MIRA NAIR will receive the 3rd annual Meera Gandhi Giving Back award.

The Awards Ceremony also includes presentation of awards for Best Feature Narrative, Best Feature Documentary, Best Short Narrative, Best Short Documentary, Best Student Short, the Animation Award, the James Lyons Editing Award, the Diane Seligman Awards and the Haskell Wexler Award for Best Cinematography.

HOUSE BAND AT THE 2013 MAVERICK AWARDS GALA - PAUL GREEN'S BAND OF MONKEY'S
The legendary Paul Green, founder of School of Rock, subject of the documentary Rock School and inspiration for Jack Black in Richard Linklater's hilarious film School of Rock, along with a number of his former students, will provide the awards show music, showcasing themes from the some of the most popular movies ever made.

•AWARD JURY:
An outstanding group of industry leaders:
Feature Documentary: Joe Berlinger, Liz Garbus, and Cynthia Kane
Editing, Documentary: Sabine Hoffman, Fiona Otway and Michael Levine
Feature Narrative: Richard Abramowitz, Nancy Schafer and Nancy Savoca
Editing, Narrative: Sabine Hoffman, Affonso Goncalves, and Kate Sanford
Cinematography: Haskell Wexler
Short Film: Shawn Christensen, Jonathan Gray and Lydia Dean Pilcher
Student Short Film: Isil Bagdadi and Amy Devra Gossels
Short Documentary: Lisa Gossels, Leon Gast and Paul Rachman
Animation: Signe Baumane and Bill Plympton

PANELS: Informative Conversations with Amazing Names In Film
• Actor's Dialogue– moderated by Martha Frankel, with actors Andy Garcia and Stephen Dorff
• Case Study:
ESCAPE FROM TOMORROW- with Richard Abramowitz and John Sloss
• Crowdfunding: Funding Your Project in the Digital Age– with Indiegogo founder Slava Rubin and campaign leaders
• Making Television for the Internet: How Can Content Creators Build Audiences, Have a Solid Distribution Platform, and Develop New Revenue Streams in an Online Industry?- moderated by Kevin McDonough, with Chase Pierson, Adam Goldman and Steve Menkin
• Music In Film– moderated by Doreen Ringer Ross, with filmmaker Mira Nair and film composer Mychael Danna
• Talk with Peter Bogdanovich- hosted by Annie Nocenti
• Tell Me Something: Advice from Documentary Filmmakers- moderated by Jessica Edwards, with Joe Berlinger, Judith Helfland, Ron Mann, Liz Garbus and Barbara Kopple
• Turning Your Short Film Into a Feature- moderated by Lydia Dean Pilcher, with filmmakers Rob Meyer and Shawn Christensen
Click here for more details on panel topics and participants.

• TICKETS AND LOGISTICS
Tickets will be available for purchase as of September 12, 2013 at the Festival Box Office, 13 Rock City Rd. The Box Office will be open Sept. 12-Oct. 6, Wednesday-Sunday from noon-6pm.
ONLINE SALES AND PHONE SALES GO LIVE
on Sept. 12 at the festival's secure website, wff.pointinspace.com/festival2013. A limited number of special Full Festival Passes are already available for purchase.
Beginning September 12 through the end of the festival, the Box Office will be open every day from 9am-7pm. Reserve early. Shows tend to sell out quickly. Ticket prices for WFF events range from $5-$75. Panels are $15. Concerts range from $20-$50. There are also a limited number of tickets available for the MAVERICK AWARDS GALA.
For more information contact the Box Office at (845) 810-0131 or visit www.woodstockfilmfestival.com. Single purchase tickets will also be available at each screening and concert venue.

• SPONSORS:
Gold Sponsors:
120 DBFILMS, MARKERTEK, TOYOTA
Silver Sponsors:
CHRISTOPHER STREET FINANCIAL, KETEL ONE VODKA, SEAN ELDRIDGE
Superstar Sponsors: BMI, TUTHILLTOWN SPIRITS, HUDSON WHISKEY, METROVISION, WDST
Award Sponsors: THE GIVING BACK FOUNDATION, FILMSWELIKE, GIGANTIC PICTURES, LOWEL LIGHTS, PANAVISION, NY, TANGERINE ENTERTAINMENT, TECHNICOLOR/POSTWORKS NY
Foundation Support: ALFRED LEE AND PETER MAYER FOUNDATION, THE PERRY & MARTIN GRANOFF FAMILY FOUNDATION, THE HIGHROCK FOUNDATION, MARTIN AND TONI SOSNOFF FOUNDATION
Media Sponsors: ARTRIDER, DAILY FREEMAN, THE NATION, WKZE
Creative & Technical Sponsors:
EDGEWORK STUDIOS, REMOTE ACCESS, AJA VIDEO SYSTEMS
Event Sponsors:
BACKSTAGE STUDIO PRODUCTIONS, IEFTA, LIBATION NYC, NEW WORLD HOME COOKING, PEANUT BUTTER & CO., SKYTOP STEAKHOUSE, STEEL HOUSE RESTAURANT, YUM YUM NOODLE BAR
State Support: NEW YORK STATE COUNCIL OF THE ARTS

FOR MORE INFORMATION ABOUT THE 2013 WFF LINEUP,
PLEASE VISIT WWW.WOODSTOCKFILMFESTIVAL.COM.

2013 WOODSTOCK FILM FESTIVAL
COMPLETE FILM PROGRAM A-Z
:
1982, directed by Jeremy Breslau
American Jesus
, directed by Aram Garriga
A Birder's Guide to Everything, directed by Rob Meyer
A Tangled Tale, directed by Corrie Francis Parks
Above the Sea, directed by Keola Racela
Aerodrome, directed by Devin Pickering
American Commune, directed by Rena Mundo Croshere & Nadine Mundo
American Revolutionary: The Evolution of Grace Lee Boggs, directed by Grace Lee
Ass Backwards, directed by Chris Nelson
At Middleton, directed by Adam Rodgers
Barzan, directed by Alex Stonehill & Bradley Hutchinson
Bastards of Young, directed by Josiah Signor
The Beast and the Angel, directed by Shira Piven
The Big Leap, directed by Kristoffer Rus
The Biggest Fear (La paura piu grande), directed by Nicola di Vico
Birth of the Living Dead, directed by Rob Kuhns
Blind Pass, directed by Steve Tatone
Boneshaker
, directed by Frances Bodomo
Brave Miss World, directed by Cecilia Peck
Breastmilk
, directed by Dana Ben-Ari
Care, directed by Brett Wagner
The Charlatan, directed by Alexis Manya Spraic
Christmas Day, directed by Richard O'Connor
The Cloisters - Yassou Benedict, directed by Steve Durand
Close Your Eyes, directed by Sonia Malfa
The Cold Lands, directed by Tom Gilroy
Cold Turkey, directed by Will Slocombe
The Compositor, directed by John Mattiuzzi
Concussion, directed by Stacie Passon
Disarming Falcons, directed by Wendy Johnson & Annie Nocenti
DNA, directed by Thierry Obadia
Doomsdays, directed by Eddie Mullins
Drunker than a Skunk, directed by Bill Plympton
The Duke, directed by Jonathan Campo
Dumb Day, directed by Kevin Eskew
The Early Birds, directed by Lena Beug
The Earth, the Way I Left It, directed by Jeff Pinilla
Ed, directed by Gabriel Garcia
Eddie Adams: Saigon '68, directed by Douglas Sloan
Escape from Tomorrow, directed by Randy Moore
The Exit Room, directed by Todd Wiseman Jr.
The Face of Love, directed by Arie Posin
Feral, directed by Daniel Sousa
First Name: Jogger, Last Name: John, directed by Kaleigh Griffin
The Forgotten Kingdom, directed by Andrew Mudge
Four Days In Chicago, directed by Haskell Wexler
Go For Sisters, directed by John Sayles
God Loves Uganda, directed by Roger Williams
Grand Central Diary, directed by Andy & Carolyn London
The Great Chicken Wing Hunt, directed by Matt Reynolds
Hank: Five Years From the Brink, directed by Joe Berliner
Here Comes the Night, directed by Peter Kline & Peter Shanel
Horrible Things (Les choses horribles), directed by Vincent Biron
Hunger, directed by Güçlü Aydogdu
I Am a Visitor In Your World, directed by Miguel Silveira
In the Blind, directed by Davis Hall
The Interviewer, directed by Genevieve Clay-Smith & Robin Bryan
It Felt Like Love, directed by Eliza Hittman
Keys. Wallet. Phone., directed by Juliet Lashinsky-Revene
Kilimanjaro, directed by Walter Strafford
Lake, directed by Steven Subotnick
Last Remarks, directed by Umar Riaz
Late Spring, directed by Zachary Kerchberg
The Life and Crimes of Doris Payne, directed by Matthew Pond & Kirk Marcolina
The Longest Game, directed by Camille Thoman
Lost on Purpose, directed by Eshom & Ian Nelms
Made In Chinatown, directed Kevin Lau
Magic Men, directed by Ted Wallach
Magical Universe, directed by Jeremy Workman
Man of Tai Chi, directed by Keanu Reeves
The Manor, directed by Shawney Cohen & Mike Gallay
Medora, directed by Andrew Cohn & Davy Rothbart
Mobile Homes, directed byVladimir de Fontenay
The Motel Life, directed by Alan & Gabe Polsky
Mr. Lamb, directed by Jean Pesce
Night Giant, directed by Aaron Beckum
On The House, directed by Daniel Serafini-Sauli
Orenthal: The Musical, directed by Jeff Rosenberg
Penny Dreadful, directed by Shane Atkinson
Pepe & Lucas, directed by Wim Bien & Mo Davoudian
Poustinia, directed by Kristian Berg
Promised Land, directed by Joe Turner Lin
Purgatorio, directed by Rodrigo Reyes
Relics, directed by Jennie Allen
The Retrieval, directed by Chris Eska
Riding Shotgun, directed by Jack Fessenden
The River, directed by Sam Handel
Rocks in My Pockets: Linda, directed by Signe Baumane
Running from Crazy, directed by Barbara Kopple
Sick Birds Die Easy, directed by Nik Fackler
Sidewalk, directed by Celia Bullwinkel
Social Butterfly, directed by Lauren Wolkstein
Sonny Rollins Beyond the Notes, directed by Dick Fontaine
Spooners, directed by Bryan Horch
State of Control, directed by Christian Johnston & Darren Mann
Subconscious Password, directed by Chris Landreth
Time 2 Split, directed by Fabrice Bracq
To Be Forever Wild, directed by David Becker
The Truth About Emanuel, directed by Francesca Gregorini
Town Hall, directed by Sierra Pettengill & Jamila Wignot
Ummah (Among Friends), directed by Cüneyt Kaya
Under the Same Sun, directed by Sameh Zoabi
We Are What We Are, directed by Jim Mickle
We Could Be Your Parents, directed by Charlie Anderson
Where Beasts Dwell, directed by David Kaplan
Winter in the Blood, directed by Alex & Andrew Smith
Woman Who Hates Plants, directed by Morgan Miller

2013 WFF LIST OF PREMIERES
25 World Premieres
American Jesus, directed by Aram Garriga
Above the Sea, directed by Keola Racela
Areodrome, directed by Devin Pickering
Bastards of Young, directed by Josiah Signor
The Biggest Fear (La paura piu grande), directed by Nicola di Vico
Breastmilk, directed by Dana Ben-Ari
The Cloisters - Yassou Benedict, directed by Steve Durand
Disarming Falcons, directed by Wendy Johnson & Annie Nocenti
DNA, directed by Thierry Obadia
The Early Birds, directed by Lena Beug
The Earth, the Way I Left It, directed by Jeff Pinilla
First Name: Jogger, Last Name: John, directed by Kaleigh Griffin
Hank: Five Years From the Brink, directed by Joe Berliner
Here Comes the Night, directed by Peter Kline & Peter Shanel
I Am a Visitor In Your World, directed by Miguel Silveira
In the Blind, directed by Davis Hall
The Longest Game, directed by Camille Thoman
Made In Chinatown, directed Kevin Lau
Magic Men, directed by Ted Wallach
Mr. Lamb, directed by Jean Pesce
On The House, directed by Daniel Serafini-Sauli
Riding Shotgun, directed by Jack Fessenden
To Be Forever Wild, directed by David Becker
Under the Same Sun, directed by Sameh Zoabi


2 North American Premieres
Lake, directed by Steven Subotnick
Pepe & Lucas,
directed by Wim Bien & Mo Davoudian

5 United States Premieres
Doomsdays, directed by Eddie Mullins
Hunger, directed by Güçlü Aydogdu
The Manor, directed by Shawney Cohen & Mike Gallay
The Motel Life, directed by Alan & Gabe Polsky
Sick Birds Die Easy, directed by Nik Fackler
Ummah (Among Friends), directed by Cüneyt Kaya


19 East Coast Premieres

American Commune
, directed by Rena Mundo Croshere & Nadine Mundo
At Middleton, directed by Adam Rodgers
Barzan, directed by Alex Stonehill & Bradley Hutchinson
Blind Pass,
directed by Steve Tatone
The Charlatan
, directed by Alexis Manya Spraic
Dumb Day, directed by Kevin Eskew
Escape From Tomorrow, directed by Randy Moore
The Interviewer, directed by Genevieve Clay-Smith & Robin Bryan
Kilimanjaro, directed by Walter Strafford
The Life and Crimes of Doris Payne, directed by Matthew Pond & Kirk Marcolina
Man of Tai Chi, directed by Keanu Reeves
Poustinia, directed by Kristian Berg
Purgatorio, directed by Rodrigo Reyes
Relics, directed by Jennie Allen
The Retrieval, directed by Chris Eska
Sonny Rollins Beyond the Notes, directed by Dick Fontaine
State of Control, directed by Christian Johnston & Darren Mann
Subconscious Password, directed by Chris Landreth
Winter in the Blood, directed by Alex & Andrew Smith


22 New York Premieres
1982, directed by Jeremy Breslau
American Revolutionary: The Evolution of Grace Lee Boggs
, directed by Grace Lee
Ass Backwards, directed by Chris Nelson
Birth of the Living Dead, directed by Rob Kuhns
Cold Turkey, directed by Will Slocombe
The Compositor, directed by John Mattiuzzi
The Face of Love, directed by Arie Posin
The Forgotten Kingdom, directed by Andrew Mudge
Four Days In Chicago, directed by Haskell Wexler
Go For Sisters, directed by John Sayles
The Great Chicken Wing Hunt, directed by Matt Reynolds
Keys. Wallet. Phone., directed by Juliet Lashinsky-Revene
Late Spring, directed by Zachary Kerchberg
Lost on Purpose, directed by Eshom & Ian Nelms
Magical Universe, directed by Jeremy Workman
Medora, directed by Andrew Cohn & Davy Rothbart
Mobile Homes, directed by Vladimir de Fontenay
Orenthal: The Musical, directed by Jeff Rosenberg
Spooners, directed by Bryan Horch
Town Hall, directed by Sierra Pettengill & Jamila Wignot
We Could Be Your Parents, directed by Charlie Anderson
Where Beasts Dwell, directed by David Kaplan


The WFF Box Office will be open on September 12 at 13 Rock City Road, WFF's Film Center, in the heart of Woodstock.
Online sales GO LIVE on Sept. 12 at 12:01 a.m. HERE.


CLICK HERE to apply for PRESS CREDENTIALS.

• Click here for full online schedule with ticket info (available September 12)
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About the Woodstock Film Festival:
Hailed by Indiewire as "A true American Maverick Among Fests" and praised by actor Ethan Hawke as "among the finest of a dying breed: a festival that isn't trying to sell you anything, but simply and beautifully celebrating the art & craft of filmmaking", the Woodstock Film Festival premiers exceptional films, hosts the most talented emerging and established professionals in the movie industry; presents A-list concerts, panels and parties, and creates stimulating, innovative programming year-round.

The Woodstock Film Festival is a non-profit, 501c3 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 Woodstock Film Festival will celebrate its 14th Annual Festival October 2-6, 2013, with an extraordinary line-up of fiercely independent films, panels, concerts and special events in Woodstock and the neighboring towns of Rhinebeck, Kingston, Rosendale and Saugerties.

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