Woods Hole - Cape Cod
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2022
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Saturday, July 29 through
Saturday, August 5, 2023
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Films & Events

The 2022 Woods Hole Film Festival will consist of 55 film programs plus talks and events. 

Films are screening in theaters (July 30th  – August 6th) and extended online dates (July 30th  – August 14th) Tickets can be purchased on each film’s event page. (Miles From Nowhere, Butterfly in the Sky, Fashion Reimagined & Bonnie Blue: James Cotton’s Life in the Blues will not screen virtually) 

1-800-HOT-NITE

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…

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?…

A Stage of Twilight

When Barry (William Sadler) is confronted with a terminal diagnosis, he is compelled to make a decision that his wife Cora (Karen Allen) cannot…

A Woman on the Outside

Kristal Bush grew up in Philadelphia watching nearly every man in her life disappear to prison. She channeled that struggle into keeping families connected…

After Antarctica

A journey across both poles, After Antarctica follows legendary polar explorer Will Steger’s lifelong journey as an eyewitness to the greatest changes to the…

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…

Dear Zoe

Adapted from the heartbreaking and inspirational novel of the same name, “Dear Zoe” is a powerful story of resilience told from the point of…

Do I Need This?

Do I Need This? is about American excess, and the stuff from which happiness is truly made. This timely film interweaves the filmmaker’s complicated…

Exposure

Against all odds and polar advice, a Muslim chaplain, a French biologist, a Qatari princess and eight other women from the Arab World and…

Fair Play

The unequal gendered division of labor in the home has long existed, with modern living only exacerbating the stress-filled dynamic between parenthood and work….

Fire of Love

Katia and Maurice Krafft loved two things — each other and volcanoes. For two decades, the daring French volcanologist couple roamed the planet, chasing…

Free Renty: Lanier v. Harvard

Tamara Lanier, is an African-American woman determined to force Harvard University to cede ownership of daguerreotypes of her great-great-great grandfather, an enslaved man named…