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The Legacy of Alice Guy-Blaché is Alive and Well at Waters Edge by Rebecca M. Alvin

REVIEW: Roadrunner

 by Rebecca M. Alvin In 1972, Anthony Bourdain found himself with a group of friends living in Provincetown for...

REVIEW: Truman & Tennessee

by Rebecca M. Alvin In 1940, a 16-year-old Truman Capote met 29-year-old Tennessee Williams. Their intense relationship lasted the...

The Joy of Sharks

by Steve Desroches Valerie Taylor may well be the only person in the world who ever intentionally tried to...

Screen Time with Natalie Morales

by Rebecca M. Alvin During the darkest days of the COVID-19 pandemic, many turned to streaming services as movie...

Generation Linklater

by Rebecca M. Alvin Top Image: Photo: David Brendan Hall/Courtesy of Austin Film Society In...

Being BeBe

The Other First Lady of Cameroon by Steve Desroches Top Image: Photo: Alvan Washington

REPRESENT!

Cape Cod on the Big Screen at Provincetown International Film Festival Top Image: A Wampanog dancer in Fermin...

Enabling Art

The Work of Christine Vachon by Steve Desroches Top Image: Ewan McGregor in the Netflix...

REVIEW: Us Kids

by Rebecca M. Alvin Photos courtesy of Greenwich Entertainment On February 14, 2018, a distraught...