The 2003 Woodstock Film Festival kicks off its fourth year with another impressive collection of more than 130 films, panels and workshops, Wednesday Sept. 17 through Sunday Sept. 21. Screenings and events will take place this year in a variety of venues in the town of Woodstock and nearby communities of Rhinebeck, Hunter and Mt. Tremper.
Narrative Features in Competition include: Assisted Living by Elliot Greenebaum; “Coney Island Baby” by Amy Hobby (New York Premiere); Crude by Paxton Winters (East Coast Premiere); Love Object by Robert Parigi; Milk and Honey by Joe Maggio; Milwaukee, Minnesota by Alan Mindel, (New York Premiere); The Mudge Boy by Michael Burke and “Piggie” by Alison Bagnal, (East Coast Premiere).
Documentary Features in competition include: Long Gone by Jack Cahill and David Eberhardt; Tom Dowd and the Language of Music by Mark Moormann (Focus on Music); Bukowski: Born Into This by John Dullahgan; “A Boy¹s Life” by Rory Kennedy; The Boys of 2nd Street Park by Dan Klores and Ron Berger and “The Revolution Will Not Be Televised” by Ki Bartley & Donnacha O¹Briain (East Coast Premiere, Exposure).
For the full schedule, check out the Woodstock Film Festival website.
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