Woods Hole Film Festival Announces 2018 Line-Up

WOODS HOLE – The Woods Hole Film Festival, the oldest film festival on Cape Cod and the Islands, has announced their line-up for 27th annual event that runs July 28-August 4, at five different venues in the village of Woods Hole, and the town of Falmouth.

“We have more than 150 films selected from 1,000 films that were sent to us from around the world, and the scope, and breath, of the program is one that is really interesting. We have a lot of wonderful filmmakers coming here and there is really something for everyone at this festival,” said Judy Laster, Founder and Director of the festival.

As one of the oldest film festivals in New England, the celebration has been an early leader in promoting the films and careers of emerging independent filmmakers from around the world, especially those with ties to New England and Cape Cod and the Islands.

During the festival, ten different short film programs—organized by theme— will be screened.

“One of the opening day films ‘Inventing Tomorrow’ is a wonderful documentary about young kids from around the world who are working to tackle the most important and vexing environmental problems,” Laster said.

“They do this within the context of a science fair and it is amazing to see what they are doing.”

For more information on this year’s viewings and for pricing, you can visit woodsholefilmfestival.org


BY JOHN BONDAREK- CapeCod.Com News Center

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