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7th Annual Woodstock Museum FREE Film Festival

7th Annual Woodstock Museum FREE Film Festival runs September 1-3 at Woodstock Town Hall

Herewith the detailed program


SEPT 1 - FRIDAY


8PM Opening Ceremony with

Rainbow Weaver, Mohawk Turtle Clan

Using Iroquois protocol, the film festival opens with traditional

Iroquois Thanksgiving ceremony. Everyone’s in the circle.

No one is left out.



8:30 One Day at a Time Filmmaker Jennifer Horn

documents Aunt Christine whose upbeat spirit takes a new spin

on an otherwise sinister scenario. Everyday, she battles to stay

alive waiting for a more hopeful future. Q & A’s.



9:15 Butterfly An artist metaphorically lets go by releasing

butterflies made from personal memorabilia, letting go of old,

artificial notions of a romanticized past.



9:30 Green Tara Tibetan Buddhists offer teachings through

ceremony, philosophy, theatre and sand painting. A monk talks

openly about altered states and sexuality. Filmed at WAAM,

Woodstock NY by Nathan Koenig & Shelli Lipton. Q & A’s.



10:30 Bob Marley Tribute The life & music of a prophet in our

times combining the best footage of Marley with Jamaican & Rasta

culture as seen by filmmakers Nathan Koenig & Shelli Lipton.Q & A’s.











SEPT 2 - SATURDAY


2PM The Telling Takes Me Home Music and memory

tell the story of Guy and Candie Carawan, activists and folk singers

who have carried their work from the Deep South of the Civil Rights

Movement into today’s daunting struggle for peace and environment.

The film highlights Southern regional musicians. Heather Carawan



2:29 Timmy & Mr. Science: Anbushian PM An animated short
on G.W. Bush that’s too silly for words. Local filmmaker uses
puppets to capture the President’s personal views. For over 35
years, Steven Gottlieb has produced TV shows and award winning
stage plays for adults. Q & A’s will follow the last Mr. Science short.



2:30 When I Was Three This Flash based animated

series are cartoons focused on childhood memories. While the three

shorts are about a friend, mountain climbing and Barbie Dolls, we’ll

recall our childhood points of view. Marianne Petit is an animator

living in NYC where she also teaches the arts at NYU. Q&A’s



2:53 Timmy & Mr. Science: Energy Saver With electricity
being such a hot issue this short is a hot tamale.


2:55 Getting Lucky An uplifting, funny and even

touching film about a woman and her search to find true love through

an Internet dating service. Along the way, she meets quirky suitors.

Writer/producer Stacy Marr won Best Acting at the Texas Independent

International Film Festival.



3:15 Timmy & Mr. Science: Investigates Cigarettes Travel through
the body organs of Uncle Peter in a tiny rocket-ship and see what smokes do!


3:35 Teen Talent Time Creatively addresses tobacco addiction.

Performed and edited by imaginative teens. Lots of cool special effects. Produced by Nathan Koenig & Shelli Lipton in cooperation with Steve

Galazzo and Nathan Earl of Boces. Q & A’s.



4:05 Timmy & Mr. Science: Bad Intelligence We know how
misinformation can mess things up. How well does government stand up to it?



4:08 Rackett Irish poet and British scholar form the Ivy League garage band Rackett. This doco examines the intersection of Renaissance scholarship, Gregorian chant & modern poetry with rock ’n roll. Jeremy Newman



5:06 Timmy & Mr. Science: CVS Sadam Just what does a
giant pharmacy chain and Sadam Hussein have in common?



5:10 The Players This filmmaker is one of two people at each end

of the age spectrum who are doing the same thing. While learning classical

guitar from the same teacher, they develop into an amazing duet. It’s about agelessness. Q & A’s with Robert Weiner.



5:40 Timmy & Mr. Science: Censorship What happens to
science when reinvented by politicians?



5:45 Aftermath: 9/11 and NYC Artists Artists, musicians,
writers, photographers and dancers share stories & art revealing
the impact of 9/11on the Westbeth art community. Q & A’s with
local videographer Ernie Mortuzans.



6:48 Timmy & Mr. Science: Outsourcing All that goes around
comes around. What happens when it’s all a giveaway?


7PM Dark Secrets: Inside Bohemian Grove All of our

Presidents and elite global leaders since 1870 have met in California for

a two week hiatus. They witness a Human Effigy Sacrificial Ceremony

so real, it makes people shudder. They wear KKK type robes and

conduct a Pagan occult ritual to the Owl God Idol. Are they weird or what?



8PM Linda Diamond & Co. Live modern dance.

Music by Aaron Copeland, George Crumb, Kitaro & Tom Desisto,

Terra Incognita based on the elements of earth, water and rebirth.

Solo dance, Laura Velez; Secret Annexe based on “Diary of Anne Frank”. Choreography by Linda Diamond.



9PM Plagues & Pleasures on the Salton Sea Once known

as the “California Riviera,” it’s now an ecological disaster. A few hardy

eccentrics hang on to hope. Sonny Bono almost saved it until he went

skiing 1 day. HBO award. Talapia Prod. “Weird & Wonderful!” -NYTimes



10:30 Timmy & Mr. Science: Reducing Terrorism A struggle
we all face in this changing world. Q & A’s with Steven Gottlieb.



10:50 XX, X1/2 & ? A doco on transvestites, couples, families

& employers. Each character has heart & soul. It’s a story of love,

compassion & understanding. Filmmaker Jai Young Choi challenges

preconceived views about gender.



11:10 Shaven Images Self-Portrait of the filmmaker

acting out newly acquired personalities while shaving his

beard and changing costumes It’s witty and funny.

Q & A’s with Nathan Koenig.






SEPT 3 - SUNDAY



2PM Valley of the Kings Encounter ancient

Egyptian icons in Flash animations as if in a dream. Animator

Mick Cusimano returns after last years’ favorite jingle,

“Clowns on the Left.” Q & A’s



2:20 Leaving Steung Meanchey: A Rescue of Cambodian
Dump Children The transformation of 11 homeless children from a life
of drudgery in survival mode filled with ignorance, disease & exploitation
to a new home in Phnom Pen where they can grow and flourish.


2:40 Be Real Through an extensive national search, Emmy award-winning filmmakers Bobby Birleffi and Beverly Kopf have assembled a cast of six Gay, Lesbian, Bisexual and Transgender (GLBT) Americans who have inspired extraordinary change in their communities.



3:35 Lifestyles of the Solar Famous shows folks and festivals running on Solar Electric Power. Includes Pete Seeger, Maurice Hinchey, Winona LaDuke, Mayor Jason West, Gov. Pataki and PV mentor Richard Gottlieb. Filmmakers Nathan Koenig & Shelli Lipton will be there with Richard Gottlieb. Q & A’s.



5:10 In the Shadow of the Crow: Legacies of the Narragansetts
About the difficulty of preserving tribal traditions in contemporary America. As

the longstanding dispute between tribe & state unfolds, the true meaning & im-

pact of tribal society is explored. Q & A’s with Alexia Kosmider, Producer.



6:40 Howard Zinn: You Can’t Be Neutral on a Moving Train

Author of A People's History of the United States. He’s a charismatic,

well-spoken man who’s devoted to telling the truth. Testimonials from

Alice Walker and Noam Chomsky. Matt Damon narrates. Songs by

Woody Guthrie, Billy Bragg and Eddie Vedder.



8PM Marx in Soho Live performance! “By showing us Marx the man, [Howard] Zinn poignantly humanizes him. By showing us Marx the theorist, Zinn gently educates us. And by bringing Marx into today’s era, Zinn cleverly and unmistakably argues the relevance of Marx’s ideas in our time.” --Backstage West . Rave reviews for actor Jerry Levy.



10PM … And A Red Rose a tribute to bad teenage poetry

Over zealous English teacher is amazed by her teenage class poets.

They are zany, hip and different from her generation. Her praise is

counterpoint to the wild shenanigans that only teenagers can do.

A student short film by Sam Falconi and Oliver Noble

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