Orleans filmmaker Liz Argo’s new documentary, "Stagestruck: Confessions from Summer Stock" makes its television debut this week. Go behind the scenes of Orleans Arena Theater's glory days!
Stand-up comedian and social critic Jimmy Tingle takes the stage at Cotuit Center for the Arts following a documentary in which he reflects on the long-lost American Dream. You're sure to leave Tingle-y all over.
It was a film set on and off the silver screen this week, as independent filmmakers and the audiences that love them flocked to the tip of the Cape for the 14th annual Provincetown International Film Festival.
Part documentary, part memoir, 'Connected' explores how the Internet and social networking are not only changing the way people communicate, but how they see the world around them. Find out for yourself at a June 19 screening!
Provincetown International Film Festival continues its 14-year tradition of bringing cutting-edge cinema to outer Cape audiences, June 13 through 17. See you at the movies!
The third time is usually the charm, and so it is with "Men In Black III." Josh Brolin shines as a younger Tommy Lee Jones, Will Smith kicks some serious civil rights butt and we all head back to the future in this romp of a sequel.
What should you expect from "What to Expect When You're Expecting"? A predictable and not funny depiction of parenthood, says film reviewer Ray Cox. Not even the big name star dust can make this dud shine.
Animals use camouflage to hide from predators and stand out if threatened or sexually attracted. But how does it work? Marine biologist Roger Hanlon turns to artists and animators to discover the secrets of camo.
Cotuit Center for the Arts and the Woods Hole Film Festival present 'Louder Than A Bomb,' an award-winning 2010 documentary about the world’s largest youth poetry slam.
Who hasn't left a lover at some point in life? That seminal point of departure is examined across the ages in "Five Ways to Leave Your Lover," a short film made in part by local cinematographer Daniel Cojanu.