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"For over one-hundred years, Woodstock has been a place of dreams and ideas for art, political philosophy and alternative lifestyles." Elmer Bernstein

Since its inception, the Woodstock Film Festival has explored and celebrated LGBTQ voices with an exciting slate of films, concerts and special guests like 2007 WFF Honorary Maverick Award Recipient Christine Vachon. In addition, the Hudson Valley Film Commission has worked closely with local productions including Ira Sachs' Keep the Light On and Transamerica by Duncan Tucker.

Some highlights from over the years include: 
*sorted by year screened

concussion Concussion (2013)
by Stacie Passon
Social Butterfly (2013)
by Lauren Wolkstein
Spooners (2013)
by Bryan Horch
Any Day Now (2012)
by Travis Fine

BFF (2012)
by Neil LaBute

Gayby (2012)
by Jonathan Lisecki

Nor'easter (2012)
by Andrew Brotzman

Hatch (2012)
by Christoph Kuschnig

The Maiden and the Princess (2012)
by Ali Scher

A Force of Nature (2011)
by Barbara Kopple

An Ordinary Family (2011)
by Mike Akel

Taking a Chance on God (2011)
by Brendan Fay

I Now Pronounce You Husband and Husband (2011)
by Stephanie Donnelly

Beautiful Darling: The Life and Times of Andy Warhol Superstar Candy Darling (2010)
by James Rasin

Gayby (the short) (2010)
by Jonathan Lisecki

Nothing Happened (2010)
by Julia Kots

William S. Burroughs: A Man Within (2010)
by Yony Leyser

A Horse Is Not A Metaphor (2009)
by Barbara Hammer
*Winner of Teddy Award for Best LGBT short film at 2009 Berlin International Film Festival

Eyes Wide Open (Einaym Pkuhot) (2009)
by Haim Tabakman

Trinidad (2008)
by PJ Raval & Jay Hodges

Were the World Mine (2008)
by Tom Gustafson

Black White & Gray: A Portrait of Sam Wagstaff and Robert Mapplethorpe (2007)
by James Crump
Freeheld (2007)
by Cynthia Wade
*Winner 2008 Oscar® for Best Short Doc

Available Men (2006)
by David Dean Bottrell

Beyond Eyruv (2006)
by John Mounier
*Winner for Best Documentary at Woodstock FIlm Festival

Lover Other (2006)
by Barbara Hammer

Transamerica (2005)
by Duncan Tucker
*Golden Globe award for best female actor - Felicity Huffman
Gay By Dawn (2004)
by Jonathan London

Making Grace (2004)
by Catherine Gund

Far From Heaven (2002)
by Todd Haynes

Books of Survival (2000)
by the Art of John Eric Broaddus

by Gabriella Mirabelli

Passes & Tickets

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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 in the Hudson Valley - Catskills.

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