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REVIEW: The Weir

by Rebecca M. Alvin Photo: John Ward The Irish have long been known for their ability to spin a good tale. Storytelling, along with pub culture,...

The Jobi Way

by Melissa Yeaw Much of the population of Truro consists of independent-minded creative individuals, a little rugged, sometimes seeming a bit introverted, and basically unconventional....

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....

Biopic

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...

Velvet Ropes and Hollywood Tricks

by Steve Desroches Every aspect of modern American life is increasingly presented through the lens of wealth and celebrity. The rich and famous control the...

‘Cause You Got to Have Friends

by Steve Desroches Nora Burns met her best friend David when they were just teenagers dancing at the 1270 Club, a gay disco on Boston’s...

Glamour and Grit

The Photography of Bobby Busnach by Steve Desroches Bobby Busnach became a photographer after stealing a camera while he was robbing an apartment in Boston in...

I Want to Be Miss Venezuela

by Steve Desroches When Migguel Anggelo was a little boy all he wanted to be was Miss Venezuela. It’s hard to explain just how big...

Yo No Creo en Fronteras

Las Cafeteras Bring Their Beats to Payomet by Melissa Yeaw “Our music is a mix of African, Indigenous, Arabic, Spanish, beats, rhythms, and rhymes. It’s Afro-Mexican...

Not of this Earth

by Rebecca M. Alvin The year is 1977. We’re in what John Cameron Mitchell calls “the New Jersey of London”—Croydon, England. Three teenage boys find...