John Waters and I were in sync with our favorite in this year’s festival.
Provincetown Film Festival
The P-Town Fest was the site of several first-rate documentaries.
Programming can make a difference in who feels invited to the table, and Provincetown International Film Festival has made it clear that diversity—especially supporting the work of female-identified filmmakers—is a top priority.
A quartet of standout movies, the best of the just ended Provincetown Film Festival.
One of the Provincetown Film Festival’s highlights: a documentary on the life of best-selling author Armistead Maupin.
A round-up of films seen and people talked to at this year’s Provincetown International Film Festival — a moveable feast.
What’s not to adore about this super-friendly, hedonistic, 24-hour street party, what summer resident John Waters celebrates as “a gay fishing village,” and what I might label, oxymoronically, a “queer New Orleans.”
As for new independent films, producer Christine Vachon noted that each generation requires fresh stories and comparisons with a ‘golden’ age of filmmaking are irrelevant.