Cotuit Center for the Arts and Woods Hole Film Festival present a documentary on the concert that made Johnny Cash's career. Go inside Folsom Prison then- and now!
MVIFF launches a four-day, jam-packed movie spree from Thursday, September 6 to Sunday, September 9, this time in a venue of its own.
East Falmouth photographer/sound artist Matthew Soltesz is embarking on a multimedia project in Marseille, France, at a time when he says the city—if not the entire continent—is facing an identity crisis.
The 21st Woods Hole Film Festival ended on a high note on Saturday with awards for filmmakers and screenwriters near and far.
Check out the Sea Education Association's 135-foot tall ship, then catch the WHFF documentary on SEA's research into the North Atlantic Gyre garbage patch on Monday, July 30.
'The Queen of Versailles' may very well be the best documentary to date about the Great Recession. Catch this "riches to rags" story at the Woods Hole Film Festival on Sunday, July 29.
From its humble beginnings in 1991 to the eight-day, multifaceted event it is now, the Woods Hole Film Festival boasts a lineup of films, music, workshops, kids' events and parties from July 28 to August 4.
On Sunday, July 29, the Woods Hole Film Festival will screen "For the Love of Music-The Club 47 Folk Revival," a documentary about the '60s folk scene, where Joan Baez, Bob Dylan and Betsy Siggins of Cotuit all got their start.
North Falmouth filmmaker Beth Murphy's documentary "The List" explores our moral obligations and the consequences of the war in Iraq. Learn more at the Woods Hole Film Festival screening on July 29!
Falmouth-based animator Basia Goszcynska's stop-motion film "Dziad i Baba" rewards viewers with a rich visual tapestry in every scene. Find out how she made it (and how you can make your own) at the upcoming Woods Hole Film Festival!