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Homegrown shorts @ Woodstock Film Festival

Wednesday, August 26th, 2009

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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