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Beatriz at Dinner

Beatriz at Dinner

June 26 - 29 Rhinebeck

Mon

6/26

Tue

6/27

Wed

6/28

Thu

6/29

6:10
8:20
6:10
8:20
3:45
6:10
8:20
6:10
8:20
Salma Hayek stars in this smart, observant film about culture clash
My Cousin Rachel

My Cousin Rachel

June 26 - 29 Rhinebeck

Mon

6/26

Tue

6/27

Wed

6/28

Thu

6/29

6:00
8:15
6:00
8:15
6:00
8:15
6:00
8:15
How do you really ever know a person? asks Rachel Weisz
Talent Has Hunger

Talent Has Hunger

June 28 Rhinebeck

Wed

6/28

4:00
Inside Paul Katz' cello teaching studio
Paris Can Wait

Paris Can Wait

June 26 - 29 Woodstock

Mon

6/26

Tue

6/27

Wed

6/28

Thu

6/29

7:30 7:30 7:30 7:30
Diane Lane shines in this road trip across southern France

Coming to Rhinebeck June 30 - July 6

The Exception

The Exception

June 30 - July 6 Rhinebeck

Fri

6/30

Sat

7/1

Sun

7/2

Mon

7/3

Tue

7/4

Wed

7/5

Thu

7/6

3:40
6:00
8:15
3:40
6:00
8:15
3:40
6:00
8:15
3:40
6:00
8:15
6:00
8:15
3:40
6:00
8:15
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8:15
Beatriz at Dinner

Beatriz at Dinner

June 30 - July 6 Rhinebeck

Fri

6/30

Sat

7/1

Sun

7/2

Mon

7/3

Tue

7/4

Wed

7/5

Thu

7/6

3:45
6:10
8:20
3:45
6:10
8:20
3:45
6:10
8:20
3:45
6:10
8:20
6:10
8:20
3:45
6:10
8:20
6:10
8:20
Salma Hayek stars in this smart, observant film about culture clash

Coming to Woodstock June 30 - July 6

The Beguiled

The Beguiled

June 30 - July 6 Woodstock

Fri

6/30

Sat

7/1

Sun

7/2

Mon

7/3

Tue

7/4

Wed

7/5

Thu

7/6

7:30 5:00
7:30
5:00
7:30
5:00
7:30
7:30 7:30 7:30
From Sofia Coppola
The First Artist in America: The Life and Times of John Vanderlyn-Artist

The First Artist in America: The Life and Times of John Vanderlyn-Artist

July 1 Woodstock

Sat

7/1

2:00
With filmmaker Tobe Carey in person. Free show.

Featured Events

The First Artist in America: The Life and Times of John Vanderlyn-Artist
Sat July 1st at 2:00pm in Woodstock

The First Artist in America: The Life and Times of John Vanderlyn-Artist

IN PERSON: Tobe Carey Sat July 1st at 2:00pm in Woodstock. Free show.
Thomas Cole and Frederic Church and many of the Hudson River School of landscape painters are known world-wide, but actually it was Kingston’s John Vanderlyn who was the first local artist to gain major fame around the globe.
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I Called Him Morgan

A Room With a View

London National Theatre: Peter Pan

ENGAGE Film Series Presents: Documented

The 36th Annual Black Maria Short Film Festival

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6415 Montgomery Street / Rt.9
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Upstate Films opened in May of 1972 as a single-screen non-profit cinema staffed by its three founders. We launched our program in 16mm showing an eclectic mix of classic Hollywood and foreign films reflecting a wide-ranging diversity of themes, styles, countries, eras. Soon Upstate began to find and foster an audience interested in supporting an alternative to mainstream cinema. Upstate came of age so to speak along with the “independent” film movement screening sought-after indie features and documentaries along with films that were rarely screened in this country, much less in a semi-rural area. Over the decades, Upstate has shown thousands of films and hosted hundreds of filmmakers and critics, on its way to becoming a critically-acclaimed destination itself. Read more of the story…