Now Playing in Rhinebeck

Now Showing in Rhinebeck

The Lovers

May 26 - June 1 Rhinebeck

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As a long-married couple’s ardor approaches absolute zero a strange thing happens in this unusual take on a marriage.
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The Wedding Plan

May 26 - June 1 Rhinebeck

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When Michal (Noa Kooler), a 32 year old Orthodox Jewish woman is blindsided by her dour fiancé’s decision to call off their wedding with only a month’s notice, she trusts in God to provide her groom.
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Now Playing in Woodstock

Now Showing in Woodstock

I Called Him Morgan

May 27 - 28 Woodstock

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The first line of David Edelstein’s New York review: “The “I” in the ghostly documentary I Called Him Morgan is Helen Morgan, the “him” Lee Morgan, the transcendental bop trumpeter whom Helen (his wife) shot in the chest on a snowy night in 1972, some years after she’d pulled him out of the gutter and helped him kick the heroin habit that had ended his career.”
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Norman

May 26 - June 1 Woodstock

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This absorbing character study from Joseph Cedar (Footnote) shines its gaze on New York’s network of fixers, connectors, and middlemen. Richard Gere stars as a seasoned “macher,” Yiddish for a man who knows the right people and gets things done, and in his hands the main character is fascinating.
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About Upstate Films

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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...