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Ptown Film Fest: Closing Night, June 16, 2019

Meet Jacomo Bairos — Making Classical Music Relevant for the 21st Century

By Robert Nesti
The Provincetown Film Festival ended its 21st edition on Sunday night at the Pilgrim House. See who came out.

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Ptown Film Fest: Closing Night, June 16, 2019

Ptown Film Fest: Closing Night, June 16, 2019

Jun 18
The Provincetown Film Festival ended its 21st edition on Sunday night at the Pilgrim House. See who came out.

Ptown Film Fest:  Schoolhouse Party, June 14, 2019

Ptown Film Fest: Schoolhouse Party, June 14, 2019

Jun 18
The Ptown Film Fest celebrated its honorees at the Schoolhouse art gallery in the East End. Honorees Judith Light, John Cameron Mitchell and Jillian Bell were in attendance. Check out the photos.

Ptown Film Fest:  Opening Night, June 12, 2019

Ptown Film Fest: Opening Night, June 12, 2019

Jun 18
The Provincetown Film Festival turned 21 this year. See who came out to celebrate this big birthday at the festival's opening night party on June 12 at the Crown and Anchor.

 Review :: Wig

Review :: Wig

By Kilian Melloy | Jun 18
The film dips fearlessly behind the scenes to hear the (sometimes only semi-clothed) recollections and musings of a panoply of drag stars. The picture that emerges is one of enormous courage and profound passion.

 Review :: Self Portrait In 23 Rounds

Review :: Self Portrait In 23 Rounds

By Lewis Whittington | Jun 18
There is little analysis about his work, it is just as much about his life as a gay man, meanwhile he is brilliantly clear about how his life and work are the expression of his mission as queer artist-activist in rabidly homophobic America.

 Review :: Queering The Script

Review :: Queering The Script

By Louise Adams | Jun 18
This documentary talks about the importance of LGBTQ+ television representation, as well as the particularities and power of queer fandom.

 Review :: Burn Down The House

Review :: Burn Down The House

By Louise Adams | Jun 18
Come on, vogue in this queer immigrant French dance documentary.

 Review :: Tehran: City Of Love

Review :: Tehran: City Of Love

By Roger Walker-Dack | Jun 18
These are the stories of three middle-aged, depressed Iranians trying to cope with the reality that love has simply passed them by.

 Review :: Under The Silver Lake

Review :: Under The Silver Lake

By Sam Cohen | Jun 18
David Robert Mitchell's "Under the Silver Lake" is now available on Blu-ray, DVD and Digital from A24 and Lionsgate. This is one of the best movies of 2019, so pick it up in your preferred format as soon as possible.

 Review :: Wonder Park

Review :: Wonder Park

By JC Alvarez | Jun 18
A visual feast that's the perfect antidote to any staycation! "Wonder Park" is available on Blu-ray, DVD and DIgital HD Combo Packs and is as exciting as a trip to the happiest place on earth and right from your own livingroom!

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