Anyone who has been to Cape Cod knows that summer time is the right time. And while it’s not always a vacation for those of us who live here year-round, we have a good excuse to celebrate when festival season hits!
We’ve been blessed with some pretty awesome festival attention of late. Daniel was DP on the narrative short, Black Canaries, which scooped up the Best New England Film Award at the Provincetown International Film Festival. He also got some love from the Philadelphia Independent Film Awards, which selected him as Best Cinematographer for his work on the narrative feature When the Ocean Met the Sky.
Next up, the Martha’s Vineyard Film Festival has invited us to re-screen The Watershed during its free “shellfish shorts” screening on Menemsha Beach on July 18. We can’t think of a more appropriate place to show our fishy film, along with other shorts on bay scallops and conches. We’re excited to meet like-minded filmmakers and have a stimulating discussion with audiences by the sea!
We’re super excited for the premiere of our latest documentary, Sustaining Sea Scallops, at the 25th annual Woods Hole Film Festival. It’s been a long time coming, but we can’t think of a better venue than our hometown festival, which celebrates a big milestone this year. Our 35-minute doc will screen with two other “shellfish shorts” on August 3 (6 PM, Old Woods Hole Firehouse) and again on August 5 before the feature doc The Memory of Fish (7 PM, Redfield Auditorium). We urge you to come to the August 3 screening, because that’s when Audience Choice votes will be counted! (Buy tickets here!)
We hope to see you at the movies!