After a week of rain and cold, we’ve finally put away the shorts and T-shirts, and are hitting the editing room with a mug of tea. While we’re lamenting the sunset swims we might not see again until next summer, the cooler, earlier nights give us the chance to enjoy indoor activities we haven’t done in a while… like go to the movies!
Of course, in UCP-land, that means indie films and documentaries! We’re happy to announce two opportunities for local audiences to check out our work close to home.
On Tuesday, October 6 at 7:30 PM, the Woods Hole Film Festival and Cotuit Center for the Arts will present WHEN THE OCEAN MET THE SKY, lensed by our DP, Daniel Cojanu. This film won the Jury Award for Best Narrative Feature at this summer’s festival, and has scooped up dozens of awards since its 2014 release. If you missed the WHFF screening in July, now’s your chance to join three brothers on a wilderness adventure through the rainforests of British Columbia! In order to fill the last wishes of their eccentric parents (and get their inheritance), the brothers are forced to reconcile their differences and explore a new path in life, along with their hilarious stoner guide, Carter Cooper Jr. Click here for tickets… just $10!
Added bonus: Daniel will be signing posters for anyone who wants to say “I knew him when…”
On Wednesday, October 7 at 6:30 PM, we will screen our short documentary THE WATERSHED as part of the Environmental Stewardship series hosted by the St. Barnabas Episcopal Church in Falmouth. As part of a program highlighting the role of women in creating change, co-director Elise Hugus will present the film and answer questions. Virginia Valiela, a former selectwoman and current member of a water quality management board in Falmouth, will also present her views.
The free screening and talk will take place in the church’s beautiful Parish Hall, right off the Village Green. Coffee and tea will be served.