Cinema Politica Cape Cod hosts a special screening of "Sarabah," starring Senegalese rapper Sister Fa, in honor of International Women's Day.
Filmmakers of all stripes are invited to submit videos about Buzzards Bay to the first-ever Buzzards Bay Film Festival, to be held in New Bedford this November.
Did you catch the Martin Scorsese drinking game at the Academy Awards? You may as well have missed it, just like the unfortunate films Scorsese won Oscars for. What you should not miss is Brent's cameo appearance in 'Shutter Island'!
On Saturday, February 18, the Sandwich Town Hall will transform back into its origins as an early 1900s film auditorium with a special screening of the silent classic film Nosferatu, complete with a live piano accompaniment.
In this installment, Brent takes on French vs. American, silent films vs. 3-D blockbusters, and The Artist vs. Hugo. He triumphs in these debates, but the jury is still out on how to pronounce the word "croissant."
Woods Hole Film Festival reaches new audiences its “Best of the Fest” monthly series, starting February 7th at the Cotuit Center for the Arts.
The Foreign Film Series at Cape Cod Community College gives students, community insight into world cultures every Tuesday afternoon.
There aren’t many politicians that give rise to such a degree of contempt 30 years after their prime as former British Prime Minister Margaret Thatcher. Even still, I found myself rooting for her in the independent film biopic "Iron Lady."
The Cape's oldest art house cinema learns from the past to discover its future as a state-of-the-art visual and performing arts center.
Think you know "The Girl With the Dragon Tattoo"? Try the new, improved—and just as thrilling— American version, now in theaters.