This year the Woodstock Vermont Film Series is entering a new era, using an online platform to stream our 15-film series. We look forward to bringing this format for unique, place-based storytelling to our community.

Curated by Vermont filmmaker Jay Craven, inspired by the surrounding countryside, the Woodstock Vermont Film Series transports viewers to distinctive cultures, critical turning points in history, and destinations that share a strong sense of place. Through the medium of cinematography, we celebrate the diversity and joy of humanity and the powerful influence of place in our lives.

Most of the films will include the added benefit of a post-viewing interview of the director or participants in the film by Jay Craven. We are also exploring ways to provide live discussion sessions with viewers, led by Jay Craven, following certain films to sustain the communal experience which is a hallmark of the Woodstock Vermont Film Series.



General Admission: $12
Member Admission: $9

An additional $2.75 will be charged for each ticket purchase to cover credit card processing and film “unlock” fees. BFM members use code “Member” to receive the discount (the use of this code will be monitored for accuracy – join today to get the discount!).

Film tickets may be purchased as a gift!

Film Passes

Multi-film passes are available in three levels:

Film Lovers Pass (14-films): $145 / $90 BFM members 
Traveler Pass (8-films): $88 / $64 BFM members
Explorer Pass (3-films): $36 / $27 BFM members

The pass pricing is all inclusive with no additional fees. We recommend one pass per household. Passes may be purchased as a gift and tickets may be transferred to another viewer. 


Have Additional Viewers? We encourage a donation of $5 per additional viewer per film, and donations can be made at the time of your ticket or pass purchase.

Tickets and multi-film passes will be available for purchase online by credit card or by calling the ticket line at (802) 457-5303. Tickets and passes may also be paid for in advance by check mailed to:

Woodstock Vermont Film Series
Billings Farm & Museum
P.O. Box 489
Woodstock, VT 05091-0489

Ticket sales are non-refundable.

If you purchased tickets for the spring 2020 showings postponed  due to precautions related to COVID-19:
Billings Farm & Museum will hold a credit for the rescheduled showings of JFK: The Last Speech, Moynihan, or The Pollinators for the 2020-21 season, issue a refund or convert your purchase into a contribution to Billings Farm. Please call the ticket line at (802) 457-5303 to reserve tickets for these films, request a refund or make a gift. 

Virtual Film Series Help

The Woodstock Vermont Film Series uses the Eventive viewing platform to stream its films. Once you have purchased a ticket or reserved a film with your pass, you will receive an email with a link to begin viewing that film on the dates it is available. You can also access films directly from our  Woodstock Vermont Film Series film listing pages or contact the Film Line at 802-457-5303 to have the film link sent to you. 

Most films are available for a 4-day viewing window beginning on Thursday and ending on Sunday. The viewing window begins at 12:00AM on the day the film opens for streaming. Once a viewing is started, there is a 24-hour window to complete viewing the film. Films must be completed by 11:59pm on the final viewing date.

FAQS & Step by Step Instructions
How to purchase a single ticket
How to purchase a ticket as a gift
How to purchase a pass, gift a pass, and activate a gift pass

For technical assistance or to determine if you will be able to view the streaming films on your device or television before you purchase a ticket or a pass, visit

For Box Office assistance, the Billings Farm Film Line, 802-457-5303, will be answered on weekdays during office hours (8:30AM-4:30PM). The Film Line voicemail will be monitored from 2:30-4:30PM on Saturdays and Sundays when films are streaming. 


River City Drumbeat
Available April 8-11

View listings and previews for the 11th Annual Woodstock Vermont Film Series films

Test your device here to determine if you are able to stream the films before purchasing a pass or tickets.






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