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Dare I write that winter rivals spring for my favorite time of year in Provincetown.

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One can stroll the streets or walk along the ocean without spying nary a soul. We congregate at the cinema or at a PAAM opening or at a reading at the library or at a play at the theater or at the Tuesday community potlucks, where creativity abounds as evidenced by the dozens of variations on the crockpot dish witnessed at Seashore Point the other night. We Provincetown ladies xxx the quiet moments, shared or otherwise though, as January launches the film society into full-time planning and prep mode for our spring and summer Provincetown ladies xxx.

This past month, half of our team took a few days to head to Utah for the annual conference of art film exhibitors to pool intelligence about art house sustainability, sharpen our programming philosophies, and improve upon our operating structures. To the rest who generously shared their time and their brilliance, we are truly grateful. Three years after starting the summit, so much has changed. Please, please us for this important conversation!!!

In our ongoing effort to promote diversity and inclusion, we are excited to announce two new mentorship programs named after two individuals who have had an important impact on the arts in Provincetown and in their work with students. For more information, go to www. Keeping our fingers crossed for Rob and Jeff, who serve on the advisory board to the film society. This is academy award three for them! These films are the kind of work that motivates and inspires us to do what we do and you are the folks who help us make it happen.

With deep and personal ties in the lower and outer cape, Berta is a humanitarian and philanthropist for the arts recognizing film as medium and art form. She is somewhat of a cinephile, and very known by PFS staff to weigh in on her festival favorites year after year. Artists Gloria Nardin and Peter Watts were trusted friends. Last year Berta curated an exhibition to honor Nardin after her death. In an exhibition marking the centennial of Provincetown as an art colony was a highpoint of the season. Berta opened her first gallery in Provincetown in which resides today at Bradford Street.

Her sensitivity and discretion complements her wonderful instincts and artistry for the varied exhibitions that bedazzle the outer cape. Ellen is a Cape Cod native who grew up in Harwich and currently resides in Chatham. us for this 5-day film festival, from June 12— This festival showcases over American and international independent narrative, documentary and animated features and shorts as well as panel discussions and special events. us May 16th—19th for Jamaica On Film, a three day celebration of all things Jamaica — its films, its filmmakers and its culture.

Replete with a vibrant history, Jamaica has long captivated the imagination of filmmakers and audiences alike.

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Located on the mezzanine between the 2nd and 3rd floor of Whalers Wharf. This Oscar-nominee for Best Foreign Language Film enthralls you with an impossible love story in impossible times. A tantalizing period piece set against s Europe, COLD WAR tells the story of a music director who falls deeply in love with a singer and then tries to persuade her to flee communist Poland for France. Playing Wednesday, February 20 7pm. One can imagine my excitement when Drew responded that he would love to discuss films with me.

DD: Oh thanks, we are too. It was a dream gig to do. Growing up I watched Heathers all the time. It changed my life. Then when I saw that Jason Micallef had brilliantly reimagined it and asked me to be a part of it, I was ecstatic. And on top of that Matt McConkey and other friends were writing for it… then across-the-board, it became the most amazing experience creatively and emotionally for me. For anything funny to have edge or be biting without people being triggered Provincetown ladies xxx rare.

Like we have to be safe with comedy these days and historically comedy was never safe. Heathers was such a queer show and so was the film.

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It was also about outsiders retaliating against the mean girls. No matter who it is that is put in Provincetown ladies xxx, in this case teenagers, things get turned on their ears. Then there was all the gun violence on the show… Comedy is a social corrective. We were making the point that this is wrong and should not happen. There was nothing glorifying violence about the show at all. I was a huge horror fan, even as a small. I loved Freddy Krueger. I thought Robert Englund was brilliant. Ronee Blakely gives that great performance as a drunk mother. JR: My own parents would never have let me see a movie like that when I was kid, probably because they knew I would never fall asleep again, but it sounds like your parents were much more flexible when it came to movie viewing.

DD: Anything that was sexual was something they made me wait longer to see because we live in America and sex is taboo. Maybe Freddy Krueger was such a monster that he was separate from reality? The old Batman show was a favorite. It was drag in its own way and I loved that stuff. DD: Heathers, of course.

That was something that I completely fell in love with. It started my love for dark comedy and that feeling of: should I laugh or be shocked? On top of that it was really offensive and so funny. Another thing that came up during that time that had a profound effect on me was Married With Children. It was that same feeling of making fun of that perfect pop culture idea of what a family was. DD: Definitely. And it makes me so happy to see my nephews, who are eleven and seven, develop such a wicked sense of humor.

I get a kick out of seeing that passed down through the family. My brother is so excited to tell me that the kids watched Clue and loved it. When they were younger, we watched Annie and they just perked up any time Carol Burnett appeared onscreen. My mom told me that I always got the jokes. She is pure comedy. DD: There are so many. The most recent documentary that I saw was Shirkers. DD: Oh yes! It was so good! They definitely had the same dynamic, they needed each other. It was a comfort, actually. It made me Provincetown ladies xxx okay about them dying a day apart.

JR: Right now in Massachusetts it is cold and rainy and all I want to do is get under a blanket and watch a movie. Are there any comforting movies that you recommend? Maybe being in LA? I do know that Paul Thomas Anderson is one of the greatest filmmakers of all time.

There so much comedy in it, too. DD: Oh my god, brilliant. He deserved an Oscar for that film. And Julianne Moore in the drugstore and the Aimee Mann soundtrack…. DD: Nashville. I love those big ensemble, character-driven meandering stories where you have to decide what is the big picture. It always changes and I love it so much. DD: Yes, John Waters.

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It should come out later this year. People will be blown away by him in this role. We open in late February. Five years ago, shortly after I assumed the role of CEO to the film society, we made the difficult decision to suspend daily programming at the Waters Edge Cinema during the winter months. Theater attendance in this largely seasonal town was simply not enough to support the cost of staff, heating, and exhibition fees necessary to run the theater and our debt was mounting.

Needless to say, the public outcry was palpable, but it led to a greater awareness and appreciation on the communities and our part about the extent to which we take for granted the local arthouse cinema and the value that we place in these institutions of cultural engagement. Thanks to a of folks who rallied to come up with a variety of solutions and the resources to execute, the cinema has not shuttered its door for any extended period of time since. In fact, by building a marquee, boosting our visibility, working on new sources of revenue and increasing our summer programming, we were able to increase attendance and buck a national trend of cinema closures.

Sincethe of cinema sites in the U. Many of these theaters were dedicated solely to independent film. The Provincetown Theater, a seat venue was built at our current location in To commemorate this incredible milestone, Cinema will include a series of special programs, events, and activities throughout the year, celebrating not just the brick and mortar structure that we currently call the Waters Edge Cinema, but the dedicated space to arthouse cinema and what it represents to our community and to communities around the world. As we grow these bridges, we begin to realize that while they may be strange, they are not unfamiliar.

We begin to understand exactly how much we have in common. Yet, perhaps Provincetown ladies xxx even more importantly, local arthouse cinemas have the opportunity to reflect back the Provincetown ladies xxx of its local denizens. While Mike may not be a celebrated director like Cuaron, he shares a common bond, a desire to reflect back the stories of the people in their lives who inspire and move them.

We have the chance to share those stories—more than 1, times per year, in fact.

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At the PFS Persistence of Provincetown ladies xxx award dinner, former film writer with Premiere Magazine and The Provincetown Banner Arts Editor Howard Karren also spoke of the opportunity that a darkened theater affords the audience to engage one-on-one with the filmmakers in the exact same environment in which the author envisioned. Ask anyone who loves film where they discovered their love of film and they will tell you — at the movies!!!

Cinema at the Provincetown Film Society will reflect the local and far-reaching relevance of the arthouse cinema. In addition to special filmmaker screenings, among other activities will be a May Jamaica On Film festival celebrating the films, music, and food of one of the fastest growing communities in Provincetown.

We see you! He lives with his wife Breon Dunigan, a sculptor, in Truro. The cinema becomes a social center for sharing traditions, engaging in discourse, and learning empathy. Christian Bale gives a powerhouse performance as Cheney, becoming almost unrecognizable as he succeeds in disappearing into the character. True to his reputation, Bale does not disappoint, and gives one of his most memorable performances to date. Written and directed by Victor Nunez, based on John D.

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