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Saturday, July 27 through
Saturday, August 3, 2024
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Workshop: Beyond Stereo – Exploring Immersive Mixing

With the growing number of movie theaters around the country and world adapting Dolby Atmos screening rooms, the film industry as a whole has been migrating their workflows and deliverables to accommodate this new delivery format. In this workshop, we will explore what is Dolby Atmos, how it differs from traditional surround sound, what is needed to bring your project
to the Atmos experience, and if you really need it. Join Jay Sheehan, Woods Hole Film Festival Board member and consultant and owner of Garrett Audio, as he presents this workshop on navigating Dolby Atmos. Plus he’ll examine what the emerging filmmakers of today need to consider about adopting the workflow.

Workshop: Beyond Stereo – Exploring Immersive Mixing – Aug 4 – 02:00PM – Community Hall

The Thief Collector – Aug 4 – 06:15PM – Redfield Auditorium

SHORTS: The Neighborhood – Aug 4 – 04:00PM – Redfield Auditorium

SHORTS: The Neighborhood

Lalito 10 • Powers • The Devil Will Run • The Originals • Where Land Ends

Northern Shade – Aug 4 – 07:45PM – Falmouth Academy – Morse Hall

Northern Shade

Justin McLaughlin, a disenchanted Army vet working a menial job and avoiding his past, is forced to emerge from isolation when his younger brother is recruited by an extremist militia. Working with a private investigator named Frankie, Justin will have to decide how much of his past in the Army he’s willing to bring back to the surface to extract his brother from the clutches of the paramilitary conman Billy.

Homebody – Aug 4 – 05:30PM – Falmouth Academy – Morse Hall

Homebody w/ The Man of My Dreams

Nothing is quite as special as a child”s relationship with their babysitter, and nine-year-old, gender-queer Johnny is obsessed with theirs – so much so that they”ve meditated their spirit right into her body! Part ”Freaky Friday” and part ”Being John Malkovitch,” HOMEBODY is a charming, crowd-pleasing, cringe comedy for the gender-fluid era.

1-800-HOT-NITE – Aug 4 – 08:30PM – Redfield Auditorium


When Tommy loses his family to a police raid, he escapes custody with his friends, Steve and O’Neill. Their urban odyssey is packed with men trying to rob them, cops, a python, a fist fight, a first kiss and phone sex. Their brotherhood breaks as they cross the threshold into adulthood and Tommy turns himself in to the police, reuniting with his toddler step-brother, ready to face their future together as a family.