The 18th annual Woodstock Film Festival is now in progress, with dozens of films being screened in Woodstock and neighboring towns. Here’s a look at our coverage so far.
A short look at the festival as a whole. Subsequent articles focus on individual aspects.
WFF Executive Director Meira Blaustein recommends eight films: five narrative and three documentaries.
Actor/producer/director Griffin Dunne is the nephew of the celebrated journalist and novelist Joan Didion. Dunne profiles her in his new documentary, Joan Didion: The Center Will Not Hold, which will screen at WFF, as will Arthur Miller: Writer, a documentary about the Pulitzer Prize-winning dramatist directed by his daughter Rebecca Miller, and the much anticipated Bombshell: The Hedy Lamarr Story.
The festival features many films by local directors and shot in the Hudson Valley.
Need an urban area? We have it. Need a suburban street? Have it. Apple orchard or farm? Yup. Shoot on the water? We can do that. Seasonal shooting? Winter, summer, spring or fall. All of it.