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Outermost Radio

ALL IN PROVINCETOWN: MY KIND OF TOWN

It’s no secret that Provincetown is a wildly vibrant community, rich in artistic history, and possessing a special je ne sais quoi. With three festival films celebrating this singular arts haven, we welcome you to listen to the filmmaking experience from their directors: Andrea Myerson (CLAMBAKE), Alan Chebot (OUTERMOST RADIO) and Michelle Boyaner (PACKED IN A TRUNK). Moderated by Howard Karren (Film Writer, Gallery Owner – Alden Gallery). Breakfast provided by TIN PAN ALLEY.

Thu., Jun 18
WOMR
494 Commercial Street @ 9:30am

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Larry Kramer

GAY VOICES: WHERE THE PERSONAL MEETS THE POLITICAL

On the eve of an historic ruling by the US Supreme Court, this panel discusses how individuals have used their unique personal experiences to speak for the larger community, changing how we define ourselves and our struggles and creating a better and brighter future for us all. With Jean Carlomusto (LARRY KRAMER IN LOVE AND ANGER), Jeff Kaufman and Marcia Ross (THE STATE OF MARRIAGE), and David Thorpe (DO I SOUND GAY?), Moderated by Matthew Breen, Editor-in-Chief, The Advocate. Breakfast provided by WAYDOWNTOWN.

Fri., Jun 19
WOMR
494 Commercial Street @ 9:30am

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Nasty Baby

THAT’S NOT FUNNY: MAKING UNCOMFORTABLE COMEDIES

Comedy is certainly one of the hardest genres to get right. In moviemaking, is there such as thing as too far? Is everything fair game? Join this discussion about the creative choices filmmakers face when making a subversive or uncomfortable comedy. Scheduled to attend are directors Sebastian Silva (NASTY BABY) and Alison Bagnall (FUNNY BUNNY), and producer Laura Heberton (FUNNY BUNNY), among others. Moderated by Janice Page, Deputy Managing Director, Features, The Boston Globe. Breakfast provided by HAPPY CAMPER.

Sat., Jun 20
WOMR
494 Commercial Street @ 9:30am

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Ten Thousand Saints

TEN THOUSAND SAINTS AND COUNTING

It’s been more than 10 years since Shari Springer Berman and Robert Pulcini’s American Splendor played at PIFF, and took the festival and art-house circuit by storm in 2003. Since then, this filmmaking team has written, directed, and edited an impressive array of indie and studio film, and collected stories and wisdom along the way. Join them as they discuss their career and their newest film, TEN THOUSAND SAINTS, with Christine Walker, who first attended PIFF as producer of American Splendor, and is now PIFF’s new Executive Director. Breakfast provided by TIN PAN ALLEY.

Sun., Jun 21
WOMR
494 Commercial Street @ 9:30am

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