Hudson Valley Film Industry Conference
On Tuesday, June 5, 2018, join Stockade Works, Dutchess Tourism, the Hudson Valley Film Commission and the Orange County NY Film Office for the Hudson Valley Film Industry Conference featuring a day of breakout sessions covering topics from casting, job training and film festivals to local economic development opportunities.
Due to overwhelming interest, the Hudson Valley Film + Television Industry Mixer on May 5 is SOLD OUT! But there's still room to party at the unofficial Hudson Valley Film + Television Industry Mixer after-party on Saturday night at Ole Savannah Southern Table and Bar from 7:30-10PM!
The after-party is open to all with no registration required!
On Saturday, May 5, join Stockade Works, the Producers Guild of America, the Hudson River Maritime Museum and the Ulster County Film Office for roundtable with producers, a panel discussion and a networking reception.
Mary Stuart Masterson will narrate an "Elegy for Anne Frank" as part of the Hudson Valley Philharmonic program, "Hope in Times of War" on Saturday, April 21 at the Bardavon 1869 Opera House in Poughkeepsie.
On Friday, March 16 at 7 p.m., Stockade Works in association with the Bardavon will be hosting a FREE screening of the documentary, “Newtown,” at the Ulster Performing Arts Center (UPAC) in the City of Kingston.
Join Stockade Works & Upstate Women in Film and Television (UPWIFT) for a special evening of guest speakers and a live viewing party of the 90th Academy Awards alongside industry insiders.
On Thursday, December 7, local arts and businesses filled The Metro, the future home of Stockade Works, for the fifth annual expo of all things Made in Kingston.
Film festivals around New York State for November through December 2017
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.
Artist Nani Chacon is currently working on a mural across the street from The Metro at the Brush Factory in the City of Kingston in anticipation of the eighth annual O+ Festival, taking place October 6-8. The festival features a weekend of art, music, wellness and community – with artists, musicians and volunteers exchanging their time and talent for complimentary health and wellness care.
Chacon is one of seven artists working on seven murals that respond to this year's theme of “Home” throughout the Kingston neighborhoods of uptown, midtown and, for the first time, the Rondout.
In addition to 20 visual, installation and performance artists, over 60 bands will perform throughout the weekend including Amanda Palmer, Spirit Family Reunion, Deerhoof, as well as local favorites The Mammals and The Big Takeover.
All-access wristbands and a full schedule of events are available online at opositivefestival.org/kingston
For the past year, Tony Porter been working with Stockade Works, the TMI Project, and the Kingston High School football team to confront a hyper-masculine culture and redefine what it means to be men.
Stockade Works has been capturing the process of Porter's work with the Kingston High School football team and is currently creating an impact-driven media project.
On Thursday, September 28, Tony Porter will be honored for his groundbreaking work aimed at preventing violence against women, as well as his partnership Stockade Works, TMI Project, and the Kingston High School football team.
The Orange County NY Film Office is hosting a networking event this Monday, September 25, 2017 from 7pm to 9 p.m. at the Paramount Theatre in Middletown, N.Y.
Register today to join Stockade Works and the Orange County NY Film Office for an exciting conference to find out how you can be a part of the film industry here in the Hudson Valley.