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Ptown Film Fest: Closing Night, June 16, 2019

Meet Jacomo Bairos — Making Classical Music Relevant for the 21st Century

By Robert Nesti
The Provincetown Film Festival ended its 21st edition on Sunday night at the Pilgrim House. See who came out.

 Review :: Can't Stop The Music

Review :: Can't Stop The Music

By Ken Tasho | Jun 19
The 1980 film failure that promised movie-goers the "musical event of the '80s" actually belonged in the late 1970s.

'Queerdom': Australian Exhibit Highlights the Hard Work of Living Queer

'Queerdom': Australian Exhibit Highlights the Hard Work of Living Queer

Jun 19
"Queerdom," an exhibition showing at the Imperial Hotel in Erksineville, is an arresting and unsettling archive of queer and trans performances in Sydney.

 Review :: Changing The Game

Review :: Changing The Game

By Louise Adams | Jun 19
Michael Barnett's fierce, beautiful, hopeful documentary about transgender teen athletes.

 Review :: School's Out

Review :: School's Out

By Kilian Melloy | Jun 19
S├ębastien Marnier's film adaptation of Christophe Dufosse's novel "L'Heure de la sortie" — or, in English, "School's Out" - is a thriller that unfolds in a prestigious school and among an elite cadre of gifted students.

 Review :: Making Montgomery Clift

Review :: Making Montgomery Clift

By Kilian Melloy | Jun 19
Robert Clift's documentary about his uncle Monty brushes past biases and stereotypes to arrive at a fuller, and happier, portrait of the celebrated actor - and meditates on the stories we tell, and the stories we're ready and able to hear.