Woodstock Film Festival

Personnel:

Meira Blaustein, Co-Founder/Executive Director

Sage Higgins, Operations & Administrative Director

Zach Bell, Digital Manager/Operations Manager

Avery Davenport, Communications Manager

Teressa DelCampo, Office & Community Relations Manager

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Submission Policy:

Festival Season: Fall (usually October)

Deadline: May (check website for exact dates)

Entry: $55 for features. $35 for shorts. $15 for youth/teen films. $10 for music videos. Discounts for students.

Content:

Features, Shorts, Music Videos, Documentaries

Festival Season:

Fall

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The Woodstock Film Festival (WFF) is a not-for-profit 501(c)(3) organization that nurtures and supports emerging and established filmmakers, sharing their creative voices through an annual festival and year-round programming to promote culture, diversity, community, educational opportunities, and economic growth.

WFF provides innovative mentoring and inspired educational programs benefitting filmmakers, students, and diverse audiences, while serving as a powerful cultural and economic engine for New York’s Hudson Valley and beyond. Such efforts have consistently resulted in the festival being hailed as one of the top regional film festivals worldwide.