The eighth edition of the Woodstock Film Festival will include the New York preem of Barbet Schroder’s “Terror’s Advocate” and the world premiere of docu “Good Ol’ Charles Schulz.”
Fest is set to open with Julian Schnabel’s “The Diving Bell and the Butterfly” and close with Bob Dylan biopic “I’m Not There.” (Daily Variety, Sept. 5)
Fest fest will run from Oct. 10-14 at multiple venues. It will offer six world premiere features, including helmer David Van Taylor’s “Schulz,” a documentary about the creator of the “Peanuts” comic strip.
The fest will also host the New York preem of “Moving Miday,” a new doc directed by New York film critic Godfrey Cheshire about his efforts to transplant an entire plantation home to a more isolated setting.
anel discussions will featurethesps Mary Stuart Masterson and Patricia Clarkson, animator Bill Plympton and recording artist Moby.