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 S/H charges are no longer in effect.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.
After convincing his husband to retire their old lumpy futon, Nelson is forced to come out in a spectacular way while shopping for a new bed at Drowzy's Mattress World.
For over fifteen years, Bryan Horch has made films and interactive media to educate, entertain and effect social change. His film work spans topics from reproductive health, LGBTQI issues, human rights and Deaf Culture to comic narrative shorts, music videos and PSAs.
Mr. Horch was awarded two Telly Awards for Directing, a Communicator Award for Interactive Design, and a World Medal for Directing from the New York Festivals. His comic narrative shorts Beautiful and Brokeback Screentests were audience favorites at the William & Mary GALA, CineSlam and Vermont Bear Film Festivals.
Horch has worked on the award-winning PBS documentaries, Chicano! History of the Mexican-AmericanCivil Rights Movement, and History through Deaf Eyes. His most recent directorial projects include Crossing Borders, a documentary about the effects of HIV/ AIDS on post-apartheid Namibia, House of Signs, an independent documentary focusing on the daily lives and struggles of a modern-day deaf Cuban family, and Out for Health, a commercial for Planned Parenthood’s LGBT Health campaign.
On World AIDS Day in December 2010, Horch’s Deaf Safer-Sex VLOG series was the first video in American Sign Language ever featured on YouTube’s home page, with over 200,000 views in three days.
Spooners won the audience favorite awards at Seattle International Film Festival, Philadelphia QFest, and the Jury award at Cineslam in Vermont.
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