Join us Saturday, November 4th at 11am in Rhinebeck for a benefit screening (suggested donation $10), followed by a panel discussion anchored by Katherine Vockins, the executive director of RTA, Kim Breden, RTA facilitator, and Charles Moore, RTA staff person and alum. This screening is presented by the ENGAGE Film Series (read more on the series below), and proceeds will benefit Rehabilitation Through Arts.
Dramatic Escape transports viewers into the lives of maximum security prisoners at Sing Sing in Ossining, NY, as they mount a stage production of A Few Good Men.
Read the book, then watch the movie! Upstate Films and Oblong Books co-present this screening, followed by a book group discussion — Sunday, November 12th at 1pm in Rhinebeck. To purchase tickets to the screening online in advance, click here.
Based on a short story and play by Agatha Christie, Billy Wilder’s WITNESS FOR THE PROSECUTION stars Charles Laughton as a British lawyer who gets caught up in a couple’s tangled affairs when he defends the husband for murder.
LOVING VINCENT, the world’s first fully oil painted feature film, brings the artwork of Vincent van Gogh to life in an exploration of the complicated life and controversial death of one of history’s most celebrated artists.
In his follow-up to the award-winning Tangerine, Sean Baker dives deep into a community living on the margins of Floridian society. In the process, he gives us some of the most unforgettable characters in the cinema this year: 22-year-old Halley (Bria Vinaite) and her six-year-old daughter, Moonee (Brooklyn Prince).
This is Frederick Wiseman’s 43rd film, EX LIBRIS – THE NEW YORK PUBLIC LIBRARY; it goes behind the scenes of one of the greatest knowledge institutions of the world.
Sunday November 5th in Woodstock. 1pm – Presented by the Friends of the Woodstock Library, general admission tickets are $10, or $5 by presenting a current library card! Tickets will be available through the Friends of the Woodstock Library or online.
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GOODBYE CHRISTOPHER ROBIN gives a rare glimpse into the relationship between beloved children’s author A. A. Milne and his son Christopher Robin, whose toys inspired the magical world of Winnie the Pooh. It is also a dark cautionary tale about the poisonous effects of sudden stardom and the trauma of post-WWI shell-shock.