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Saturday, July 27 through
Saturday, August 3, 2024
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Riot grrrl band VULVEETA didn’t break up on the best of terms. In fact, lead singer Grrrilda Beausoleil disappeared 20 years ago, just as they were about to ”go big.” Now, she has to convince the band she’s ready to rock and overcome the band’s demons. They’ll need to figure out how to integrate Gordon, who’s transitioned since the band’s heyday. Meanwhile, their formerly two-year-old drummer, Killer Child, is eager to chart a new course in her 20s. Most importantly, how will the band be able to draw a crowd in the digital age, in a time far removed from the 1990s marketing methods of wheat paste and stickers?

Vulveeta – Aug 3 – 08:00PM – Falmouth Academy – Morse Hall

Sweet Disaster – Aug 3 – 07:45PM – Cotuit Center for the Arts

Sweet Disaster

Frida, a 40-year-old German-Finnish painting therapist unexpectedly falls pregnant, and Felix, the father of her child, breaks up with her to reunite with his ex. Although some serious health problems caused by the pregnancy force Frida to rest, she still tries to get Felix back using methods which are absurd, exaggerated and sometimes hilarious.

SHORTS: Moving Forward – Aug 3 – 04:00PM – Redfield Auditorium

Of Medicine and Miracles (formerly Trial By Fire) – Aug 3 – 07:30PM – Clapp (formerly Lillie) Auditorium

Of Medicine and Miracles

At the age of six, Emily Whitehead was diagnosed with leukemia and the lives of her and her parents were suddenly thrust into uncertainty. Through bracingly honest interviews and home videos, Of Medicine and Miracles details her family’s experience bouncing from hospital to hospital, trying to stay hopeful amidst hopelessness, and their fateful correspondence with Dr. Carl June, whose research could hold the key to her survival. But time is of the essence.

Maybe Someday

In the midst of separating from her wife, Jay, a non-binary 40-something photographer, attempts to move across the country to start her life over again. Along the way, she takes a detour to stay with her high school best friend who she used to be secretly in love with, and befriends a charismatic gay man who has long given up on love. Struggling to move forward with the next chapter of her life, Jay grapples with the inevitable cycles of love, loss, and letting go.

Maybe Someday – Aug 3 – 05:30PM – Falmouth Academy – Morse Hall

MAU – Aug 3 – 05:30PM – Cotuit Center for the Arts


Over the span of his career, creative dark horse Bruce Mau has completed the transformation from world-class graphic designer to designer of the world. From advising global brands like Coca Cola and Disney, to rethinking a 1000-year plan for Mecca, Islam’s holiest site. From working with the greatest living architects (Rem Koolhaas & Frank Gehry) on books and museums to rebranding nations such as Guatemala and Denmark. Bruce Mau is a pioneer of transformation design and the belief that design can be used to create positive change in our world.

Girl Talk – Aug 3 – 06:15PM – Redfield Auditorium

Girl Talk

Set in the cutthroat, male-dominated world of high school debate, where tomorrow’s leaders are groomed, five girls on a top-ranked Massachusetts high school debate team strive to become the best debaters in the US. As the Newton South girls remain steadfast in their determination to overcome the odds, they remind us that equal rights and freedom of expression are worth fighting for, both within debate and beyond.

Come Find Me – Aug 3 – 08:30PM – Redfield Auditorium

Come Find Me

A beautiful, uplifting Latinx story about a mother and daughter facing major life changes and how their love challenges and inspires them. Veteran TV actors Sol Miranda and Victoria Cartagena shine in their first lead feature roles giving two tour de force performances in their portrayals of a mother and daughter striving to connect, belong, and search for meaning.

A Decent Home – Aug 3 – 05:00PM – Clapp (formerly Lillie) Auditorium

A Decent Home

When housing on the lowest rung of the American dream is being devoured by the wealthiest of the wealthy, whose dream are we serving? Issues of class and economic (im)mobility mean many mobile home park residents can’t afford housing anywhere else. They are fighting for their homes – and their communities – as private equity firms and wealthy investors buy up parks, making sky-high returns on their investments while squeezing every last penny out of the mobile home owners who must pay rent for the land they live on. Through the lives of the park residents we meet, we experience the hijacking of the American Dream by the wealthiest of the wealthy in a growing age of inequity – and witness the inspiring efforts of the growing group of mobile home owners who are rising up to take it back.

Virtual this film is Geo-Locked to Massachusetts Only