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Woods Hole Film Festival Celebrates 25 Years

Woods Hole Film Festival Celebrates 25 Years

Above: “Norman Lear: Just Another Version of You,” and below: Chris Cooper in “Coming through the Rye.” The Woods Hole Film Festival kicks off its 25th annual festival at Redfield Auditorium on Saturday, July 30.  The WHFF runs for eight days and supports emerging independent filmmakers; it is the oldest film festival on Cape Cod … Continue reading

“Big Joy” at Woods Hole Film Festival

“Big Joy” at Woods Hole Film Festival

James Broughton was a poet, an experimental film maker, and a gay/countercultural icon who urged people “follow your own weird, do your odd thing” to fully experience the joy of life. His story is told in “The Big Joy: The Adventures of James Broughton” which was shown this week at the Woods Hole Film Festival … Continue reading

Woods Hole Film Festival: “Losing Control”

Woods Hole Film Festival: “Losing Control”

August 3, 2011 “Losing Control” A quirky romantic comedy, with a bit of scientific method and international intrigue thrown in, “Losing Control” will be screened at 7 PM on Thursday, August 4, in Redfield Auditorium. Director Valerie Weiss has a doctorate in biophysics from Harvard University, where Samantha, the main character in her film, is … Continue reading

Woods Hole Film Festival: Four Short Films

Woods Hole Film Festival: Four Short Films

July 28, 2011 A scene from Morning Copy The Woods Hole Film Festival 2011 opens Saturday, July 30, and runs through Saturday, August 6: eight days of feature length and short films, workshops, classes, parties, and live entertainment. For details, go to Woods Hole Film Festival. For the past couple of weeks, I have had … Continue reading