p.s.
CHORISTS
(just named the 2005
French Academy Award entry)

 

2004 LINE-UP BY EVENT

The Machinist
PIZZA
(just added to schedule)

Feature Film Narratives
Feature Film Documentaries

Shorts:

Panels, Seminars & Readings

Live Music:
Bela Fleck and Edgar Meyer

Mark Geary

Specials:
Center for Photography
Magnum Cinema Show

FEATURE NARRATIVES:


Admissions


Age of Innocence  


BlackBalled: The Bobby Dukes Story  


Cavedweller 


Chain  


Chorists (Les Choristes)  


Cosmopolitan  
 


Dear Frankie  
 


The Definition of Insanity  


Down to the Bone
 


Elephant Shoes  
 


The Fittest  
 


Hair High w/ Guard Dog  


Jailbait  
 



King of the Corner
 

Kontroll  
 



The Machinist  
 

Ong Bak: The Thai Warrior  
 



Our Music (Notre Musique)  
 

Pizza  
 


The Point 


p.s.
(Opening Night Film / Woodstock)
 


Secret Honor 
 


Speak 


Undertow 
(Opening Night Film / Hunter)
 


Unknown Soldier 
Fri. Oct. 15, 3pm at Town Hall in Woodstock
 


The Woodsman
(Closing Night Film / Woodstock)

 

FEATURE DOCUMENTARIES:


Amazing Grace: Jeff Buckley  


Chain  
 


Conversations with Nickle  
 


Don't call it Heimweh...
 


Double Dare
 


The Forbidden Team
 


The Future of Food 
 


Guerrilla: The Taking of Patty Hearst  
 


I Like Killing Flies  
 


In the Realms of the Unreal  
 


A League of Ordinary Gentlemen 
 


Making Grace
 


Mojados: Through the Night
 


The Nomi Song  
 


Off to War
 


Parallel Lines  
 


POPaganda  
 


Screaming Men  
 


School Board Blues  
 


Soldiers Pay  
 


Still, the Children are Here  
 


Trollywood  
 


Shocking and Awful  
 


Screaming Men (Huutajat)  
 


Witches in Exile  
 


The World According to Bush
 


Words of My Perfect Teacher 
 

SHORT FILMS


Short Documentaries
12 Tons of Trash, The Cowbell in the Tree: A Portrait of Jim Morton, The Critical Path, LSD A Go Go,
The Old Man And Hemingway, Scattered Smothered Covered, The Tank Man, Twins
 


Shorts: Animated Shorts
Animals in Love, Bid them in, Bikini, Childhood Trauma, Coffee, Crack of Doom,
Frog, Get in the Car, Kiko, The Meatrix, Pink and Pong, Plasticat, Poor God,
Robots in "For no, Reason at all in C”, Ryan, Seventeen, This is not an End


Shorts Coming of Age
Flavio, Glass Jaw, Junebug and Hurricane, Savior


Shorts: La Commedia: Death, Confusion & Hysterics
Belle, Choke, Coded Language, The Crux, Light My Fire, The Lost Cause,
Shock and Awe, String, The Virile Man, When Things Get Confused, Who's Your Daddy?, Wrigley


Shorts: Love & Hate
Allison, C’era und Volta un Re, Gay By Dawn, Jam: When Lives Collide,
Something for Henry, Tango Octogenario, Victim, Young Americans


Short Docs: Focus on Music
Growing up on Tour: A family Portrait, Obstinato: Making Music for Two, Reality


Shorts: Screening With
The 43rd Spring, Devotion & Defiance, Getting Through to the President,
Old Country, Rex Steele: Nazi Smasher, Shake the Rain, Victoria Para Chino


Shorts: Almost Midnight
(4 wacky local shorts)
The Potato Chip Tale, Power Farm, 16W, Jay Walker


Youth Forum: Fiction and Animation
Sun. Oct. 17, 10:30am at Woodstock Community Center

Youth Forum: Documentaries
Sun. Oct. 17, 12pm at Woodstock Community Center

YOUTH INITIATIVE - CAREER DAY
Saturday, October 16, Sat 1:30 - 3:30 pm at Woodstock Elementary School

PANELS

Origins of Film Story — Part II   
 


Panel: Artistic Expression in Time of Censorship 
 


Panel: Actors Dialogue 
 


Panel: Conversation with Mira Nair & Lydia Dean Pilcher


Panel: Conversation with James Schamus & Peter Bowen


Panel: Film & the Political Equation with Bob Berney


Panel: What is Success - The Dos and Don’ts of Independent Films
or How to Make a Successful Indie


In You Face: Film, Politics and Breakfast
($5 suggested donation at door... breakfast not included)


Bagels and a Panel: Down to the Bone


Panel: Music For Film with BMI


Blue Days, Black Night — OUT: A Screenwriter’s Life,
The Ultimate Confession

LIVE MUSIC:

 

Bela Fleck and Edgar Meyer in Concert
 

Mark Geary at the Colony
(tickets at the door)
Sat. Oct. 16 at the Colony Cafe in Woodstock

Films, Panels and Concerts by name and category

Wednesday/Thursday - Friday - Saturday - Sunday
When ordering tickets, please consider the distance between Woodstock, Rhinebeck and Hunter.
Click here for more info and directions

*Schedule is subject to change
Tinker Street, Upstate Films and the Catskill Mountain Foundation Theater are 35mm facilities.
Upstate and CMFT will also screen beta sp and digibeta films.
Bearsville, Mountain View, WCC are are beta sp & digibeta

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