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REVIEW: Duty Free

by Rebecca M. Alvin As children we naturally depend upon our parents, seeing them as our guides, all-knowing gods...

Visions of Youth

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

REVIEW: The County

by Rebecca M. Alvin If I had to choose just one word to describe what Grímur Hákonarson’s new film...

REVIEW: Paris Calligrammes

by Rebecca M. Alvin In Ulrike Ottinger’s new film Paris Calligrammes (named after Apollinaire’s poetry collection of the same...

Coming Soon

Blythe Frank Steps in to Lead the Provincetown Film Society by Rebecca M. Alvin Blythe...

Review: About Endlessness

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

REVIEW: Bill Traylor: Chasing Ghosts

by Rebecca M. Alvin Top Image: Bill Traylor at work; Untitled (Dog Fight with Writing) ca. 1939-1940

REVIEW: Borat 2

By Rebecca M. Alvin Top Image: Sacha Baron Cohen in Borat Subsequent Moviefilm. All...

It’s Alive!

How Johnny in Monsterland Became a Homegrown Halloween Cult Classic Comedy Horror Flick Franchise by Steve Desroches

Mya Taylor: Living the Life

by Rebecca M. Alvin When Sean Baker’s film about two transgender sex workers in Los Angeles, Tangerine, came out in...