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• Click here for full online schedule with ticket info (available September 12)
• Click here for pre-fest PDF (6mb download available September 3)


American Jesus, directed by Aram Garriga
Above the Sea, directed by Keola Racela
Aerodrome, directed by Devin Pickering
Bastards of Young, directed by Josiah Signor
The Biggest Fear (La paura piu grande), directed by Nicola di Vico
Breastmilk, directed by Dana Ben-Ari
The Cloisters - Yassou Benedict, directed by Steve Durand
Disarming Falcons, directed by Wendy Johnson & Annie Nocenti
DNA, directed by Thierry Obadia
The Early Birds, directed by Lena Beug
The Earth, the Way I Left It, directed by Jeff Pinilla
First Name: Jogger, Last Name: John, directed by Kaleigh Griffin
Hank: Five Years From the Brink, directed by Joe Berliner
Here Comes the Night, directed by Peter Kline & Peter Shanel
I Am a Visitor In Your World, directed by Miguel Silveira
In the Blind, directed by Davis Hall
The Longest Game, directed by Camille Thoman
Made In Chinatown, directed Kevin Lau
Magic Men, directed by Ted Wallach
Mr. Lamb, directed by Jean Pesce
On The House, directed by Daniel Serafini-Sauli
Riding Shotgun, directed by Jack Fessenden
To Be Forever Wild, directed by David Becker
Under the Same Sun, directed by Sameh Zoabi

directed by Steven Subotnick
Pepe & Lucas,
directed by Wim Bien & Mo Davoudian


Doomsdays, directed by Eddie Mullins
Hunger, directed by Güçlü Aydogdu
The Manor, directed by Shawney Cohen & Mike Gallay
The Motel Life, directed by Alan & Gabe Polsky
Sick Birds Die Easy, directed by Nik Fackler
Ummah (Among Friends), directed by Cüneyt Kaya

American Commune, directed by Rena Mundo Croshere & Nadine Mundo
At Middleton, directed by Adam Rodgers
Barzan, directed by Alex Stonehill & Bradley Hutchinson
• Blind Pass, directed by Steve Tatone
The Charlatan, directed by Alexis Manya Spraic
Dumb Day, directed by Kevin Eskew
Escape From Tomorrow by Randy Moore
The Interviewer, directed by Genevieve Clay-Smith & Robin Bryan
Kilimanjaro, directed by Walter Strafford
The Life and Crimes of Doris Payne, directed by Matthew Pond & Kirk Marcolina
Man of Tai Chi, directed by Keanu Reeves
Poustinia, directed by Kristian Berg
Purgatorio, directed by Rodrigo Reyes
Relics, directed by Jennie Allen
The Retrieval, directed by Chris Eska
Sonny Rollins Beyond the Notes, directed by Dick Fontaine
State of Control, directed by Christian Johnston & Darren Mann
Subconscious Password, directed by Chris Landreth
Winter in the Blood, directed by Alex & Andrew Smith

1982, directed by Jeremy Breslau
American Revolutionary: The Evolution of Grace Lee Boggs, directed by Grace Lee
Ass Backwards, directed by Chris Nelson
• Birth of the Living Dead
, directed by Rob Kuhns
Cold Turkey, directed by Will Slocombe
The Compositor, directed by John Mattiuzzi
The Face of Love, directed by Arie Posin
The Forgotten Kingdom, directed by Andrew Mudge
Four Days In Chicago, directed by Haskell Wexler
Go For Sisters, directed by John Sayles
The Great Chicken Wing Hunt, directed by Matt Reynolds
Keys. Wallet. Phone., directed by Juliet Lashinsky-Revene
Late Spring, directed by Zachary Kerchberg
Lost on Purpose, directed by Eshom & Ian Nelms
Magical Universe, directed by Jeremy Workman
Medora, directed by Andrew Cohn & Davy Rothbart
Mobile Homes, directed byVladimir de Fontenay
Orenthal: The Musical, directed by Jeff Rosenberg
Spooners, directed by Bryan Horch
Town Hall, directed by Sierra Pettengill & Jamila Wignot
We Could Be Your Parents, directed by Charlie Anderson
Where Beasts Dwell, directed by David Kaplan

• Click here for full online schedule with ticket info (available September 12)
• Click here for pre-fest PDF (6mb download available September 2)


About the Woodstock Film Festival:
Hailed by Indiewire as "A true American Maverick Among Fests" and praised by actor Ethan Hawke as "among the finest of a dying breed: a festival that isn't trying to sell you anything, but simply and beautifully celebrating the art & craft of filmmaking", the Woodstock Film Festival premiers exceptional films, hosts the most talented emerging and established professionals in the movie industry; presents A-list concerts, panels and parties, and creates stimulating, innovative programming year-round.

The Woodstock Film Festival is a non-profit, 501c3 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 Woodstock Film Festival will celebrate its 14th Annual Festival October 2-6, 2013, with an extraordinary line-up of fiercely independent films, panels, concerts and special events in Woodstock and the neighboring towns of Rhinebeck, Kingston, Rosendale and Saugerties.

2013 Sponsors


Gold Sponsors


Silver Sponsors

Superstar Sponsors
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Award Sponsors
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Foundation and State Support

P.O Box 1406, Woodstock, NY 12498 - (845) 679-4265
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