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Master of Disguise

Sean Baker on Filmmaking on the Edge by Rebecca M. Alvin The Provincetown International Film Festival has celebrated “filmmaking on the edge” for 20 years now....

A Centennial Celluloid Revolution

The First Known Pro-Gay Film to Screen at the Hawthorne Barn by Steve Desroches Stills from Different from the Others provided by Brendan Lucas. “The persecution of...

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Short Documentaries Focus on New England at Film Fest by Steve Desroches For those who live in the region it sometimes takes a trip afar to...

Sound of Metal

Film Review by Rebecca M. Alvin In the past few years there have been a number...

All Roads Lead to Junction City

by Steve Desroches John Cameron Mitchell is driving through southern Florida and laughs at two side-by-side billboards he sees on the highway, one proclaiming Jesus...

A Sense of Place: Mischa Richter’s I Am a Town

by Rebecca M. Alvin All Images from Mischa Richter’s I Am a Town © 2019

Waters Edge Cinema

"The cinema’s aim is to offer the community a mix of mainstream and independent films that span a variety of genres and subject matter." The...

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...

Review: About Endlessness

 by Rebecca M. Alvin Roy Andersson’s About Endlessness opens with a transcendant image of a man and a woman...

Visions of Youth

The 2nd Annual Wellfleet Youth Film Festival by Rebecca M. Alvin Although 2019 was only  two...