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<i>Black Panther</i> Movie Takeover at the Hudson Valley Mall

Black Panther Movie Takeover at the Hudson Valley Mall

A solidarity viewing of Marvel's first majority-black film on 2/16
Join Hudson Valley residents for a Black Panther movie takeover at the Regal Hudson valley Mall Theater on Friday, 2/16 to see a great movie and prove to Hollywood that a movie with black lead actors can be a box office smash.


Upstate Films to Screens The Hand That Feeds

On January 27 at 11am, Upstate Films in Rhinebeck will screen The Hand that Feeds, a documentary about undocumented workers in the food industry, as part of its ENGAGE series.


Big Night at Upstate Films/Cucina | January 14

Upstate Films Woodstock and Cucina collaborate for dinner an a movie. Upstate Films will screen ’90s culinary comedy Big Night, followed by a feast at Cucina.


Walking Out: A Wilderness Survival Tale

The Unknowability of Men and Montana
In the film Walking Out, co-written and directed by Woodstock resident Alex Smith, a father and son stranded on a mountain unpack their issues.


Hudson Valley Philharmonic Plays Antarctica | November 18

Hudson Valley filmmaker Jon Bowermaster's documentary Antarctica will screen at the Bardavon with live accompaniment by the Hudson Valley Philharmonic.


Griffin Dunne's New Film on Joan Didion

A Family Portrait
There’s nothing like a first audience to spike an actor/filmmaker’s blood pressure.


FilmColumbia | Chatham

FilmColumbia lures film buffs to charming Chatham for a week of programming.


Woodstock Film Festival Returns for 18th Year

The 18th Woodstock Film Festival highlights 18 female directors.


Vertigo Screening with a Live Orchestra | Bard College

Enjoy a screening of Hitchock’s Vertigo accompanied by a live orchestra.


Story of a Girl

Upstate Films screens Story of a Girl, a coming-of-age story for the digital age.


The First Artist in America

The First Artist in America: The Life and Times of John Vanderlyn will premiere on May 7 at 2pm in Vanderlyn Hall at SUNY Ulster in Stone Ridge


Forbidden: Undocumented and Queer in Rural America

Tiffany Rhynard's documentary, "Forbidden," follows the life of Moises Serrano, a gay illegal immigrant. The documentary will be screened on April 28 at the Family Partnership Center in Poughkeepsie.


The Jazz Loft According to W. Eugene Smith

The Jazz Loft According to W. Eugene Smith screens at the Rosendale Theatre on Tuesday January 10


It's Getting Hot in Here

Climate-change documentary The Anthropologist will be screening December 9 at Upstate Films in Rhinebeck.


Great Feats of Feet

Brenda Buffalino's classic documentary, which relaunched Jazz into the American entertainment spotlight, showing forty years later at Rosendale Theatre December 11.


"Life Animated" and Academy Award winning director Roger Ross Williams at Upstate Films on Wednesday, 10/12

"A brilliant, uplifting story". This award winning documentary is about the coming of age of a young man with autism, whose journey was made possible by his passion for Disney animated films. Followed by a Q and A with the film’s director and Devereux's executive director.



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Streets: An Ode to the Outcast @ The Bakery

Streets: An Ode to the Outcast

Jan. 1-Feb. 28 — "Streets: an Ode to the Outcast," a photography exhibit by Kelin Long-Gaye,...

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