Thursday, October 20 at 6:30 pm at SUNY Oneonta • Free Admission
The tenth season of Glimmerglass Film Days offers you 28 film events over five days, November 10-14 in Cooperstown.
“We are delighted to have so many filmmakers joining us for the tenth season of Film Days,” says Ellen Pope, the executive director of Otsego 2000. “The opportunity to hear directly from filmmakers enriches the audiences’ experience, as well as the chance to interact informally with them at parties, guided walks, art exhibits, and throughout the festival.”
Wondering how to choose the films you most want to see?
One strategy is to start with the films that include a filmmaker and/or guest speaker. You’ll enrich your Film Days experience with insights into the films, key issues, and the craft of filmmaking. Also of note, two films include live music accompaniments.
(Click on the film title below for a summary, trailer and ticket info or view complete list of all events.
Thursday, November 10
SHOES 1916 silent film with live score performed by Donald Sosin and Joanne Seaton
Friday, November 11
AFTER SHERMAN with producer blair dorosh-walther
DEVIL PUT THE COAL IN THE GROUND with director/producers Lucas Sabean and Peter Hutchison
WINDSHIPPED with director Jon Bowermaster (FREE FILM)
BILL MORRISON RETROSPECTIVE I with filmmaker Bill Morrison and a live performance by Duo Extempore (Evan Jagels, bass and Nicole Brancato, piano)
Saturday, November 12
FULL CIRCLE with director Anne Via McCollough
IMAGINING THE INDIAN with director Aviva Kempner and producer Kevin Blackistone
HORTON FOOTE: THE ROAD TO HOME with director Anne Rapp
Selections from the THOMAS EDISON FILM FESTIVAL with TEFF Director Jane Steuerwald
Sunday, November 13
CONTENDAH with director Chris Davis and film subject Krystal Singleton.
STILL MAX with director Katherine Knight and David Craig
BILL MORRISON RETROSPECTIVE II with Bill Morrison
Monday, November 14
THE AUTOMAT with director Lisa Hurwitz
Glimmerglass Film Days is a program of Otsego 2000, an environmental and preservation advocacy nonprofit based in Cooperstown, NY.