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Some Under the Radar Picks at PIFF

by Rebecca M. Alvin The Provincetown International Film Festival(PIFF) has...

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....

REVIEW: The County

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

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...

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: Vita & Virginia

by Rebecca M. Alvin Top Image: Elizabeth Debicki as Virginia Woolf. Courtesy of IFC Films. An IFC Films...

A Circular Prism

Queer Life Explored in Documentaries at the Provincetown International Film Festival by Steve Desroches

This Is What Democracy Looks Like

by Steve Desroches “Tell me what democracy looks like? This is what democracy looks like!” That call and response chant has long been a hallmark of...

REVIEW: Paris Calligrammes

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

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....