Glimmerglass Film Days, held each November in Cooperstown, showcases exceptional independent documentaries, features, and short films that explore humanitys complex relationship with the natural world and the built environment. Film Days includes discussions with filmmakers, receptions featuring local foods and local spirits, a companion art exhibition, as well as guided hikes and bike rides. A program of Otsego 2000, Glimmerglass Film Days encourages visitors to explore the historically rich and beautiful Otsego Lake region, in addition to watching thought-provoking cinema. Launched in 2013 with the same spirit that also began the Cooperstown Farmers' Market, Film Days screenings and events are held at landmark Cooperstown attractions, including the Fenimore Art Museum, The Farmers Museum, the National Baseball Hall of Fame & Museum on Main Street, the Smithy Gallery, the Glimmerglass Festival, and the Otesaga Hotel. The 6th Annual Glimmerglass Film Days will be held November 8 – 12, 2018, with additional events scheduled earlier in the fall. Curated by Peggy Parsons, director and founder of the film program at the National Gallery of Art, the theme of this years Film Days will be Passages.