She’s Beautiful When She's Angry is showing at Upstate Films in Rhinebeck on March 7 (followed by a Q&A with editor/producer Nancy Kennedy) and at Upstate Films in Woodstock on March 8 (followed by a Q&A with writer Sheila Isenberg). The film also screens at Time and Space Limited in Hudson March 12 through 15 and March 21 to 22.
This spring the film Here Come the Videofreex will debut. “The Art of Guerrilla Television” includes a 70s-style carousel slide show of photos taken by the Videofreex.
Rachel Mason's multimedia musical on the story of two men named Hamilton Fish is performed in Peekskill and Carmel this month.
Upstate Films in Woodstock hosts an evening of sex ed films and comedy on November 10.
Hillary Harvey reviews Passing Ellenville.
Martin Scorsese presents a tour of restored Polish cinematic classics, some of which will show at Upstate Films beginning Sunday, August 10.
Tobe Carey’s cinematic love letter to Catskill railroads premieres on June 1.
A list of local venues screening the new Wes Anderson film.
Shelter, a film raising awareness about local women affected by domestic violence, premiers in Kingston this month.
Ken Polinskie reveals that this work is a comment on how we covet power, and explains his artistic process.
Three local screenings show Lorna Tychostup’s journey documenting Iraq.
Shawn Hartley Hancock previews the Film Columbia festival in Chatham.
Sparrow previews the "fiercely independent" Woodstock Film Festival.
Evocateur: The Morton Downey Jr. Movie screens at Upstate Films on August 4.
Christopher Sarmiento's film A Son Down, After Sun Down, documents gun violence in Poughkeepsie and Newburgh.
Theater of Healing
Tracy Christian's Street Journeys screens at Fiberflame on June 22.