The 22nd Woods Hole Film Festival starts on Saturday July 27th to August 3rd. This year, Cape Cod longest running film festival will showcase a record 33 feature length films along with 70 other narratives, documentaries and animated films.
Filmmakers, directors, producers and writers come from all over the world to take part in the festival held in one of the Cape Cod villages.
By the Way Home, a feature length film directed by Isaak James is about Brooke, a young woman with a story that rings true for many young Americans today. Brooke returns home to the Cape to work in her family’s restaurant after losing her teaching job and is forced to face her past and a future she hadn’t planned for. James, who was born and raised on Cape Cod, shot the film in the winter in Brewster, Chatham and Provincetown.
By the Way Home is screening on Monday, July 29 at 9 p.m. in MBL’s Redfield Auditorium.
Eastham-based director Joseph Laraja’s The Golden Scallop will have two screenings, 9 p.m. on Saturday, July 27 and 7 p.m. on Friday, August 2 at the Redfield Auditorium. The feature length film promises excitement and hilarity as three Cape Cod cooks vie for the Golden Scallop award in a fried seafood battle. The movie looks like it belongs in the must see column for fans of mockumentary style comedies such as Waiting for Guffman and Drop Dead Gorgeous. Watch The Golden Scallop trailer here.
The documentary short Mass Dolphin Stranding, produced by Richard Moos follows the International Fund for Animal Welfare’s (IFAW) Marine Mammal Rescue and Research Team during a period in 2012 when almost 180 dolphins stranded on Cape shores.
Mass Dolphin Stranding screens on Wednesday, July 31 at 5 p.m. in the Redfield Auditorium.
Packages and Passes
Ten Ticket Package – $90.00 – BUY HERE
Ten tickets to be used any way the patron wants, 1 ticket to 10 screenings or 10 tickets to 1 screening or party only, no special events, or master classes.
Six Ticket Package – $55.00 – BUY HERE
Six ticket to be used any way the patron wants, 1 ticket to 6 screenings or 6 tickets to 1 screening or party only, no special events or master classes.
Full Festival Pass – $300.00 – BUY HERE
Full Festival Pass – reserve tickets to any screening.