Woodstock Museum 18th Annual Film Festival 2017
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WEDNESDAY, AUGUST 30
7:30 The Way of My Life After chasing his dream for over 10 years, a musician discovers that he has no talent.
8PM Mining the Unconscious: Jung & the Artist's Journey Artists excavate stories & revelations of transformation & healing born from dreams, myths & archetypes.
THURSDAY, AUGUST 31
7:30 Mwah Five pregnant women in a doctor's waiting room. The embryos engage in conversation.
8PM Stone Story looks back on successes, dreams and family bonds of a family raised as hippies. Q&A
FRIDAY, SEPTEMBER 1
8PM Nocturnality Linda Diamond Dance troupe in a mixed media video from Memory's Labyrinth. Q&A
8:30 Bride of Frankie In this feminist nod to Mary Shelley's Frankenstein, a not-so-mad scientist builds a mate for her lonely creation.
9:00 The Bullish Farmer Investor trades Wall St. for a farm; becomes a lobbyist for GMO labeling, animal rights, crop diversity & organic fertilizers. Q&A
SATURDAY, SEPTEMBER 2
7:15 Calabash and Durian Explores universality no matter how the world is separated & fragmented via 3 women in distinct worlds & time periods. Q&A
7:45 Woes of a Lotus Dreams & nostalgia collide in a collage. Explores themes on the fleeting nature of time & fragility of life. Q&A
8:30 Search Engines Sanity & relationships are tested when mysterious circumstances force a family to survive a holiday without their phones.
10:15 A Whole World for a Little World As a mom conveys a prince & princess story to her child, the unthinkable occurs.
SUNDAY, SEPTEMBER 3
8PM Sacred and Profane Faceless Jacks An experimental, anti-narrative, cinematic tone poem for those of us lost, unsure and comfortable living within the dialectic...
8:15 Coney Island Dreaming A young girl finds respite from the harsh realities of life in magical Coney Island when she finds some lost money. Q&A
8:45 Saving Place, Saving Grace Trappist monastery’s struggle for reformation of their home by embracing an intense sustainability initiative. Q&A
10PM Do You Like Peacocks? A group of autistic adults and their dedicated instructors convene everyday to make art. Q&A
MONDAY, SEPTEMBER 4
11:06 Gardeners of the Forest How the Chinese market, deforestation, and tourism all play a role in the imminent extinction of elephants in Laos.
11:23 Gonna Be a Soldier Joey wants to be a doctor when he grows up but his parents tell him he must be a soldier.
11:30 Close Your Eyes..Well Precocious younger sister fulfills brother's dream of being a concert violinist while living in a Bagdad dumpster.
11:45 Lone Survivor Gravedigger plays dramatic role when his village is going to be flooded by a newly constructed dam.
12:15 Birthday Marine husband is wounded. Wife discovers life is going to be an overwhelming and amazing journey.
12:30 Invisible Walls: Tales of Insecurity Factors that generate invisible walls between people; our different characters share their stories.
12:40 Tokri (The Basket) Two insignificant lives lost and found in time. Animated.
1PM The Mars Interrogation A scientist tries to save this dying planet only to find out that Mars is the problem.
1:30 Tapette Michael is about to move in with his girlfriend but starts to be very anxious about it.
2PM What the Hell! In the middle of the desert, a man and a woman, disagree about what cinema is. Their story unfolds.
2:10 A Meditation: Women the Power Paradigm Six talented women on a quest for professional & artistic fulfillment.
3:30 Doppelganger Man meets prostitute online on condition it's a one time date.
4:15 The Karamazoffs '70s SoHo boom of open studios, conceptual art, happenings, performances & video art includes a group from Barcelona.
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