Illuminating Cuban Lives

by Rebecca M. Alvin Just a few weeks ago, there were two announcements made by the U.S. government that marked a sharp step back from...

You Can’t Embargo Hope

by Steve Desroches The Gaza Strip: the name of this tiny Palestinian territory on the Mediterranean Sea elicits images of perennial war, strife, and conflict....

More Than Meets the Eye

by Rebecca M. Alvin No one really has the body they wish they had. It’s almost human nature to have a disconnect between who we...

Anything but Typical

Punk, Power, and Palmolive in Here to Be Heard by Rebecca M. Alvin At first glance, Paloma McLardy appears to be just like any other 63-year-old...

REVIEW: Lizzie

by Rebecca M. Alvin Few stories of true crime have garnered more speculation than that of the murder of Andrew and Abby Borden. The Fall...

The Battle at the Ballot Box

Documentary Casts a Light on Voter Disenfranchisement by Steve Desroches A woman is sent to three different polling stations. After waiting in line for 30 minutes,...

Celebrating Cinema on Art House Theater Day

by Rebecca M. Alvin Christine Walker, executive director of the Provincetown Film Society (the umbrella organization for the Provincetown International Film Festival and Waters Edge...

REVIEW: The Miseducation of Cameron Post

by Rebecca M. Alvin Photo Top: Forrest Goodluck, Sasha Lane, and Chloe Grace Moretz in The Miseducation of Cameron Post, a FilmRise release. Conversion therapy, the...

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....


Navigating the Truth in High-Profile Biographies by Rebecca M. Alvin Every year when the Film Festival comes around, there is a selection of films that run...
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