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Join us for the short film ‘My Name is Al‘
Playing in the Woods Hole Firehouse theater on July 28th at 9pm with the shorts program.
Cinematographers Daniel Cojanu and Kristin Alexander will be in attendance.
The film premiered in NYC at the REEL Recovery film festival.
After premiering at the Green Mountain Film Festival in Montpelier earlier this year and appearing in the Short Film Corner at Cannes Film Festival— Five Ways to Leave Your Lover now can be seen by local audiences at the upcoming Woods Hole Film Festival!
Shot on 16-mm film by UCP DP Daniel Cojanu, the film is a series of vignettes directed by Brooklyn’s Lukas Huffman. To make it easier on festival programmers, only three of the five vignettes are included in the festival version.
The WHFF screening will be held as part of the shorts program at 5 PM in WHOI’s Redfield Auditorium on Friday, August 3. We look forward to seeing you there! In the meantime, enjoy a sneak preview of the Chinatown segment!
Please join UnderCurrent Productions at the 20th annual Woods Hole Film Festival this August 2nd for a screening of producer Kristin Alexander’s short documentary, “02543,” providing an intimate look inside the inner workings of our hometown.
The Woods Hole Post Office has long been the heart of the village, and gathering spot for the community. When Postman Roger Gamache retires, he takes many secrets with him— or does he? This is a view of the town from the other side of the mail slot. Featuring a delightful soundtrack from Roger’s big band, Stage Door Canteen.
The short documentary screening kicks off at 5 PM at the Woods Hole Fire Station, Water Street, Woods Hole.
See you at the festival!