The 18th annual Woodstock Film Festival takes place October 11-15 in Woodstock, Rosendale, Rhinebeck, Saugerties and Kingston, with world and national premieres, a spotlight on Women in Film and Media, honors including Maverick Award recipient Susan Sarandon and Excellence in Acting Award recipient Bill Pullman, and Films of the Hudson Valley, highlighting local films and filmmakers.

This year's festival has the following local filmmakers in attendance:

Directors Christopher Radcliff and Lauren Wolkstein, THE STRANGE ONES
Filmed on-location in Woodstock

Director Allison Argo, THE LAST PIG
Filmed on-location in the Hudson Valley

Director Dean Peterson, WHAT CHILDREN DO
Filmed on-location in Woodstock and Kingston

Director Daniel McCabe, THIS IS CONGO
Daniel McCabe is from Woodstock and this is his first feature-length documentary

Director Richard Rowley, THE CYCLE (AMERICA DIVIDED)
Richard lives part-time in Woodstock

Producer Bill Horberg, CRASH PAD
Bill Horberg lives in Woodstock

Producer Joey Carey, THE ORGANIZER
Joey Carey grew-up in Woodstock

 

For full schedule and ticket information, head to woodstockfilmfestival.org.

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