Homegrown shorts @ Woodstock Film Festival

We recently told you about some of the locally made feature films slated to be screened at the tenth annual Woodstock Film Festival from Wednesday, September 30-Sunday, October 4.

In addition, quite a number of homegrown short films that will also be showcased during the fest, including these:

“The 4th of July Parade” (World Premiere): is a touching mother and daughter story directed by Miranda Rhyne and filmed in Woodstock, Saugerties, Kingston, Catskill.

“A Horse is Not a Metaphor”: An award-winning experimental film by Woodstock resident Barbara Hammer explores the trials of surviving and thriving with cancer. Music by Meredith Monk.

“The Bell” (World Premiere): Directed by Erik Weigel, the movie was filmed at the Woodstock Day School and narrated by Martin Sheen.

“Knife Point”: Directed by Delaware County native Carlo
Mirabella-Davis, the film was shot in East Meredith, Delhi, Oneonta, and Hamden.

“Love and Roadkill”: Produced by James Ivory and directed by John David Allen, the movie was filmed entirely in Columbia

“Music We Are”: Filmed entirely in Catskill, director Mirav Ozeri documents the creative process of Jack DeJohnette, Danilo Perez and John Patitucci as they record their latest album.

“OOOM: Out of Our Minds”: A mythical, musical journey conceived by Melissa Auf der Maur (Hole/Smashing Pumpkins) and filmed by Tony Stone, this mini-epic movie was shot in the Hudson Valley on high definition video fueled entirely by solar power.

“Stooge” (World Premiere): Director Mickey Breitenstein explores relationships, monogamy and infidelity in this movie filmed in a Woodstock barn.

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