Woodstock Film Fest virtual programming

The Woodstock Film Festival is working to provide virtual programming. The “Alternative Projections” series delivers short and full-length films curated by Woodstock Film Festival’s programmers, staff and alumni that are free to stream to mailing-list subscribers.

Films featured include WFF alum Marshall Curry’s Academy award-winning short The Neighbors’ Window. To view the projects highlighted by the Alternative Projections Series, visit https://woodstockfilmfestival.org/alternative-projections.

The Virtual Films & Conversations series hosts intimate online Q&A sessions with filmmakers, producers and other industry leaders through Zoom and Facebook Live. All talks are open to members of the public and participants are encouraged to field questions by leaving a comment or submitting one to the moderator. For additional information, visit https://woodstockfilmfestival.org/virtual-films-conversations.