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White Crow

White Crow

May 20 - 23 Rhinebeck

Mon

5/20

Tue

5/21

Wed

5/22

Thu

5/23

5:45
8:10
5:45
8:10
3:00
5:45
8:10
5:45
8:10
Young Rudolf Nureyev comes to Paris to dance
Tolkien

Tolkien

May 20 - 23 Rhinebeck

Mon

5/20

Tue

5/21

Wed

5/22

Thu

5/23

6:006:003:106:00
The formative years of the renowned author’s life
Amazing Grace

Amazing Grace

May 20 - 23 Rhinebeck

Mon

5/20

Tue

5/21

Wed

5/22

Thu

5/23

8:158:158:158:15
Aretha goes gospel atNew Bethel Baptist Church - Watts, Los Angeles January 1972.
Ash is Purest White

Ash is Purest White

May 22 Rhinebeck

Wed

5/22

5:30
Tariffs be damned... here's a A 21st Century gangster film, redefined by a master
Red Joan

Red Joan

May 20 - 23 Woodstock

Mon

5/20

Tue

5/21

Wed

5/22

Thu

5/23

7:307:307:307:30
She passed secrets to the Soviets hoping to stop Armageddon

Coming to Rhinebeck May 24 - 30

Photograph

Photograph

May 24 - 30 Rhinebeck

Fri

5/24

Sat

5/25

Sun

5/26

Mon

5/27

Tue

5/28

Wed

5/29

Thu

5/30

3:00
5:40
8:00
3:00
5:40
8:00
3:00
5:40
8:00
3:00
5:40
8:00
5:40
8:00
3:00
5:40
8:00
5:40
8:00
Director Ritesh Batra (The Lunchbox) In Person
The Biggest Little Farm

The Biggest Little Farm

May 24 - 30 Rhinebeck

Fri

5/24

Sat

5/25

Sun

5/26

Mon

5/27

Tue

5/28

Wed

5/29

Thu

5/30

3:15
5:50
8:10
3:15
5:50
8:10
3:15
5:50
8:10
3:15
5:50
8:10
5:50
8:10
3:15
5:50
8:10
5:50
8:10

Coming to Woodstock May 24 - 30

White Crow

White Crow

May 24 - 30 Woodstock

Fri

5/24

Sat

5/25

Sun

5/26

Mon

5/27

Tue

5/28

Wed

5/29

Thu

5/30

7:304:45
7:30
4:45
7:30
4:45
7:30
7:307:307:30
Young Rudolf Nureyev comes to Paris to dance

Featured Events

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Friday, May 24th at 8pm in Rhinebeck

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In Person: Director Ritesh Batra. Friday, May 24th at 8:00
A struggling Mumbai street photographer who’s pressured to marry by his grandmother convinces a shy stranger to pose as his fiancée during a family visit in the new film by writer/director Ritesh (The Lunchbox) Batra.
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RHINEBECK
6415 Montgomery Street / Rt.9
Rhinebeck, NY 12572
Phone: (845) 876 2515
Toll Free: 866-FILMNUT

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Woodstock, NY 12498
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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…