Sep
16
1:00pm 1:00pm

“Top 10 Funniest Movie Scenes” A live table reading (Panel)

Kleinert/James Art Center
34 Tinker Street
1:00pm

$10, Tickets at the door

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We're not just counting down the Top 10 Funniest Movie Scenes...we're acting them out. Come see a panel like we've never done before, when a hilarious group of actors and comedians re-enact some of movie's funniest moments, in front of a live audience. 

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Sep
16
3:00pm 3:00pm

Comedy in the Age of T***P (Panel)

Kleinert/James Art Center
34 Tinker Street
1:00pm

$10, Tickets at the door

What role does comedy play with the current climate in the White House and around the country? Can you outdo the absurdity? Is it okay to laugh when the world seems to be ending? We don't promise to have all the answers, but we do want to talk about it. And laugh about it. Moderated by Andy McDermott

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Sep
16
5:00pm 5:00pm

"Broken Silence" with Chong Kim, human trafficking survivor (book signing)

Woodstock Library
5 Library Lane
5:00pm

Free and open to the public

Special Woodstock Library Forum with cooperation of Golden Notebook: Chong Kim, survivor of human trafficking, speaking about her experiences, and her memoir, Broken Silence: A Triumphant Journey of a Human Trafficking Victim to an Inspirational Advocate

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Sep
17
1:00pm 1:00pm

Where have you gone Lou Dimaggio? (Documentary Film)

Upstate Films at Tinker Street
1:00pm

$10, tickets at the door

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From 1985 to1989 Lou DiMaggio, no relation to baseball legend Joe DiMaggio, was a regular at the iconic "Catch a Rising Star" comedy club in New York City. For four years Lou worked along side of and made lasting friendships with a small group of comedians who are today some of the very best in the business. Larry David, Colin Quinn, Suzie Essman, Joy Behar, Jeff Garlin and Chris Rock are just a few of Lou's old pals who appear in the film. After moving to Los Angeles in 1989 to pursue acting, Lou, in a mysterious act of career and self-sabotage, stopped doing stand up comedy forever. But why? Today Lou is an Emmy winning writer for television. He makes a quiet, modest living but a deeply repressed passion for doing stand up is beginning to emerge from Lou's comedy hiatus. "Where Have You Gone Lou DiMaggio" follows Lou as he wakes from his long winter's nap and seeks advice about his return to comedy from his celebrity friends while discovering along the way the real reason why he stopped doing stand up in the first place. After all this time, can Lou rediscover his comedic voice and once again become relevant in the world of comedy?

directed by: Brad Kuhlman
75 minutes

Starring: Lou Dimaggio, Larry David, Susie Essman, Jeff Garlin, Joy Behar, Colin Quinn and more

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Sep
17
3:00pm 3:00pm

"Let yourself go" (Feature Film)

Upstate Films at Tinker Street
3:00pm

Tickets: $10 at the door

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A psychoanalyst named Elia goes to the gym and meets a personal trainer who changes his life. Italian with English subtitles. Starring the award-winning Toni Servillo. Winner of the Golden Globe (Italy) for Best Comedy

Directed by: Francesco Amato

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