For fest photos and news, visit our LIVE FEED





In the Blind
Directed by
Davis Hall

USA / 2013 / 17:30

World Premiere

Screening Times and Venues:
To purchase tickets for this film, go to
Season of Madness, A.To purchase tickets for this film, go to
SHORTS: Conversations.

As of Sept. 29, tickets can no longer be shipped. S/H charges are no longer in effect. All online orders must now be picked up at WFF box Office at 13 Rock City Road in Woodstock. This includes tickets for shows in Rhinebeck, Rosendale and Saugerties.

Q&A Attendees
*subject to change:
Davis Hall, Ingrid Price
Nick Sandow (Orange is the New Black, Third Watch) and Neal Huff (Moonrise Kingdom, Meek's Cutoff) are estranged brothers struggling with their father's apparently self-inflicted death. In this adaptation of an Adam LeFevre play, the two must first understand their absent father, then each other, in order to know the truth. Shot almost entirely in a 5' x 10' set, this incredible journey takes place in a small space that resonates.
Davis Hall has been a professional actor since the early 70’s. He was born in Atlanta, graduated from Northwestern and got his first acting job in London. A few years ago, his love of film lead him to co-write and direct Mother’s House which appeared at the Woodstock Film Festival as well as a dozen other festivals. In The Blind is his second film as director and his first as editor. He loves the collaboration of so many talented people, including his wife, Ingrid Price.
Cast/Featuring: Nick Sandow, Neal Huff
Producer(s): Ingrid Price
Director(s): Davis Hall
Screenwriter(s): adapted from a play by Adam LeFevre
Cinematographer(s): Patrick Neri
Editor(s): Davis Hall
Production Designer(s): Joshua Benoliel
Composer(s)/Music: Spencer David Hutchings
Sound Designer(s): Jill B. C. Du Boff
facebook twitter youtube blogger tumblr instagram

If you have any questions email

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.
Copyright, 2000-2013    Woodstock Film Festival, Inc.