Join our host Stephen Hays of 120dB Films
and special guest—director Azazel Jacobs
for a benefit screening of


Tuesday, May 10, 7pm
at Soho House, NY (see map below)

Courtesy of ATO Pictures

Benefit tickets are tax deductible and support the
Woodstock Film Festival &
Hudson Valley Film Commission
Capital Campaign for the FILM CENTER

A Q&A and reception follows the screening with hors d'oeuvres, wine, complimentary cocktails from
Ketel One Vodka and beer, lovingly provided by Brooklyn Brewery.

(105 minutes) is the story of a teen (Jacob Wysocki) who is orphaned to an uncle who is fading away, mercilessly teased by his peers and roundly ignored by his teachers. When the dreaded vice-principal (John C. Reilly) sees something of himself in Terri, they establish a friendship which opens Terri up to the possibility that life is not something to be endured, but something to be shared, and even enjoyed.

Director Azazel Jacobs, the son of avant-garde filmmaker Ken Jacobs, was born in 1972 and raised in lower Manhattan surrounded by important and innovative artists. He went to undergraduate school at the film department of SUNY Purchase and received his Masters from the American Film Institute in 2002. Jacob's award-winning film MOMMA’S MAN premiered at the Sundance Film Festival in 2008, and quickly became one of the most lauded films of the year, winding up on many “best of” lists. Released in numerous international territories, it was distributed domestically by Kino International.

ALL CONTRIBUTIONS ARE TAX-DEDUCTIBLE to the extent allowed by law and benefit the Woodstock Film Festival and Hudson Valley Film Commission CAPITAL CAMPAIGN. For capital campaign details, click here

$100 Capital Campaign Contribution
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