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Little Woods
Directed by
Nia DaCosta

USA / 2018 / 108
minutes

None apply

Screening Times and Venues:
Bearsville Theater WOODSTOCK
10/14/2018, 8:00PM
$10
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Orpheum Theater SAUGERTIES
10/13/2018, 7:45PM
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SYNOPSIS:
For years, Ollie (Tessa Thompson) has helped the struggling residents of Little Woods, North Dakota, gain access to Canadian healthcare: smuggling in their medications, sneaking people across the border for procedures and profiting from drug trafficking on the side. After she’s caught and put on probation, she plans to go legitimate but is driven back into the underbelly of their oil boomtown by her sister, Deb (Lily James).
BIO:
Nia DaCosta is a writer and director based in New York City. Her first feature film, "Little Woods," starring Tessa Thompson and Lily James, had its world premiere at the Tribeca Film Festival on April 21st, 2018. DaCosta has been supported by the Sundance Institute, New York Film Festival, the San Francisco Film Society and the Time Warner Foundation.
MAIN CREDITS:
Executive Producer(s): Lia Buman
Producer(s): Rachael Fung, Gabrielle Nadig
Director(s): Nia DaCosta
Screenwriter(s): Nia DaCosta
Cinematographer(s): Matt Mitchell
Editor(s): Catrin Hedstrom
Composer(s)/Music: Brian McOmber

 

 
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