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Tuesday, July 29 • 7:00pm - 9:00pm
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Gli Zii (The Uncles) - (Screening A)

Aldo and Enzo are dysfunctional Italian brothers who live in squalor on a remote Italian hillside. Their lives are transformed one day when their disgraced sister Virginie (formerly Sister Maria Annunzio della Rosa of the Convent of the Epiphany) abandons her baby daughter on their doorstep. A letter, attached to the babyÍs basket by a brooch, implores them to ïnot let her end up as I have done'.17 years later, when baby Bella has... Read More →

Last Shot - (Screening E)

Five shots, five stories of death _ nothing is what it seems in the dramatic thriller Last Shot. A bartender is closing for the evening when one final customer orders five shots. Never one to refuse a generous paying customer, he agrees to serve him. What happens next, the bartender never sees coming. The man begins to dedicate each shot to people he once knew who all share one thing in common: theyÍre dead. As the stories grow more... Read More →

Miles Away - (Screening F)

Mom (Kim Beuche) hates tennis yet watches her feisty teenage daughter Marnie (Samantha Ressler) compete every day. Mom is alienated from her hot tempered daughter and her TV obsessed husband Tom (Tim Kinzy) and quietly yearns for something more than a lousy cardigan and on her birthday. When her daughter's nemesis, the eccentric coach Miles (Frank Medrano), invites Mom to ride off on a very secret flight with aliens, swearing that he does this... Read More →

Ship Of Fools - (Screening C)

A young journalist interviews legendary rock photographer, Richie Hughes, about his new book and discovers the shocking truth behind one of his most iconic photographs. Richie journeys through his memories of the greatest band the world never knew to tell the story of the fateful day spent at their East Village recording studio in 1972. It's twenty minutes to sound check at MaxÍs Kansas City, Rolling Stone is set to capture the star making... Read More →

The Confession of Father K.O. - (Screening D)

Meet Father Ken Orlando, a 33 year old priest who struggles daily with his vocation. This unorthodox tale invites viewers to join our protagonist on a judgment free journey where humility, humor and conventional hang-ups collide! Buckle up and enjoy the ride! | | USA | 2014 | Runtime: 6 min. | | Director|Screenwriter: D.J. Higgins  | Producers: D.J. Higgins, Julie Robinson  | Edited by Jean Chery   

The Silly Bastard Next to the Bed - (Screening B)

In 1963, President Kennedy recorded one of the most foul mouthed telephone calls ever made from the White House. This is the story of that phone call and the silly bastard who started it all. Director|Screenwriter: Scott Calonico | Producers: Scott Calonico, Jeff Radice | Cinematographer: Nathan McGinty | Cast: John Kennedy UK | 2013 | Runtime: 11 min.

Tuesday July 29, 2014 7:00pm - 9:00pm
Old Woods Hole Fire Station 72 Water Street Woods Hole, MA 02543

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