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Best of the Fest Screenings Oct. 2014

Woods Hole Film Festival Best of the Fest Screenings

The Woods Hole Film Festival and Cotuit Center for the Arts proudly present

Woods Hole Film Festival 2014 Best of the Fest Screenings

Sunday, October 19th through Wednesday, October 22nd

Cotuit Center for the Arts 4404 Falmouth Road, Cotuit, MA (508) 428-0669

For more information and to purchase tickets, www.cotuitcenterforthearts.org. Tickets are $10 for each screening or $30 for all four nights.

Supported in part by a grant from the Arts Foundation of Cape Cod and the Falmouth Fund of the Cape Cod Foundation.

Sunday, October 19th 7:00 p.m.


Documentary Feature by Beth Harrington, Winner Audience Award, Best Feature Documentary, WHFF 2014, 90 min.


The Winding Stream is the tale of the dynasty at the very heart of country music. Starting with the seminal Original Carter Family, A.P., Sara and Maybelle; the film traces the ebb and flow of their influence, the transformation of that act into the Carter Sisters and Mother Maybelle, the marital alliance between June Carter and music legend Johnny Cash, and the efforts of the present-day family to keep this legacy alive. A story that has never been told in its entirety. The Winding Stream covers the epic sweep of this family’s saga all in one film.  It is told by family members; including Johnny Cash, Rosanne Cash, Janette Carter, as well as the musicians they influenced. And their musical contribution is vividly illustrated in performances by roots music practitioners like John Prine, George Jones, Sheryl Crow, Kris Kristofferson and many others. Purchase tickets here

Monday, October 20th 7:00 p.m.


Documentary Feature by Christian de Rezendes, Winner, Audience Award, Best of the Fest, WHFF 2014, 85 min. Filmmaker in Attendance


This inspirational documentary profiles the life of Matthew G. Chrisitian (1983 – 2009), known as ‘Matty” from the town of Canton, MA, who was born without full limbs or a tongue.  As told through interviews with his parents Allie and Jerry, brother Michael and several close friends and authority figures in his life, the film paints a portrait of an inspiring young man who never took no for an answer, achieved a great deal of success, and set out to live life to the fullest. Purchase tickets here

Tuesday, October 21st 7:00 p.m.


Narrative Feature by Marni Zelnick, Winner, Audience Award, Best Feature Narrative, WHFF 2014, 112 min.

CAST: Andrew Wilson, Spencer Treat Clark, Rachel Korine


Druid Peak is a coming of age story about a troubled teenage boy who finds himself by tracking wolves in Wyoming. Owen is a bully with a mean streak. When his actions lead to the accidental death of a friend, he is sent to live with his father, a biologist on Yellowstone’s wolf reintroduction program. Upon his first encounter with a Canadian gray wolf the creature’s deep penetrating gaze stirs something long dead inside himself. Owen must decide how far he will go to protect the wolves, his father, and the place he has finally come to call home. Purchase tickets here

Wednesday, October 22nd 7:00 p.m.


A Festival favorite, SHORTZAPALOOZA includes two hours of drama, comedy, documentary and animation. You’ll laugh, you’ll cry, you will not be bored.