Storytelling is at the heart of what we do at Billings Farm & Museum. The Woodstock Vermont Film Series is an important outlet for sharing stories we don’t hear every day. The 2022-23 Film Series will take viewers from Japan to remote Idaho, with stops in New York, New Orleans, and home to Vermont, and we invite you to join us on the journey!

The Woodstock Vermont Film Series takes place in the Visitor Center Theater at Billings Farm & Museum. 

Get ready for Mardi Gras with a New Orleans-style celebration!

Saturday, February 18 | 3:00PM

Join us for Jazz Fest: A New Orleans Story followed by a reception with

Live jazz by Michael Zsoldos and Ben Kogan

Cocktails by Vermont Spirits

A taste of Louisiana with bites by:
No Reservations Vermont
Billings Farm’s own chef Emery Gray

Advance tickets are $75 per person or $85 at the door. Tickets for Billings Farm members are $65.
Proceeds support the Woodstock Vermont Film Series

PURCHASE SOIREE TICKETS – Saturday, February 18 

Click on the films to view details and film trailers, and to purchase tickets.


Films are shown on both Saturdays and Sundays at 3PM. Tickets are $15/person or $12/Billings Farm member.


Tickets are non-refundable. Some of our shows sell out, so please contact us on the Film Series phone line (802-457-5303) if you unable to attend a reserved showing.


Viewing safely is our priority. The Billings Farm & Museum Theater operates with a MERV 13 filtration system, a hospital level standard for air filtration that is more effective in capturing small airborne particles.

All guests are encouraged to wear masks during film viewings in the Theater. 



506 On the River Inn
Artistree Community Arts Center
Brian P Graphic Arts
Casella Waste Systems
Cloudland Farm

Eyes on Elm
Housewright Construction
The Quechee Club
Redstart Forestry, Inc.
Schaal Electric, P.C
Townline Equipment Sales, Inc.


Wayne Wilson Excavating
Woody’s Mercantile
The Woodstocker B & B
Yankee Bookshop