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Karl Marx City

When the Berlin Wall fell in 1989, it left behind tons of unanswered questions, among them filmmaker Petra Epperlein’s suspicion that her father (a suicide) spied for the Stasi, the East German state police.
“Michael Tucker and Petra Epperlein’s unsettling new documentary, is a smart, highly personal addition to the growing syllabus of distressingly relevant cautionary political tales” – A.O. Scott NY Times
IN PERSON: Petra Epperlein, Michael Tucker, Matilda Tucker – Friday April 7 8:15

Compassion & Choices Presents: How to Die in Oregon

Saturday April 8th at 1:30pm in Woodstock
In Person: Corinne Carey, NYS Campaign Director
In 1994, Oregon became the first state to legalize physician-assisted suicide. As a result, any individual whom two physicians diagnose as having less than six months to live can lawfully request a fatal dose of barbiturate to end his or her life.

London National Theatre: Saint Joan

“From the torment of the Hundred Years’ War, the charismatic Joan of Arc carved a victory that defined France. Bernard Shaw’s classic play depicts a woman with all the instinct, zeal and transforming power of a revolutionary…


A sumptuous puzzle of a movie, Neruda takes a turbulent period in the life of the Chilean poet and turns it into a wild fable about a famous man on the run and the imaginary cop who’s pursuing him.

The Zookeeper’s Wife

Niki (WHALE RIDER) Caro’s latest film, based on Diane Ackerman’s best-selling non-fiction book, is the real-life story of a wife and mother who became a hero to hundreds during World War II.

The Red Turtle

Academy Award-winning Dutch animator Michael Dudok de Wit collaborates with Studio Ghibli to make his first feature-length film, a tale about a man shipwrecked on a deserted island who struggles to find a place in his new world.