The Woods Hole Film Festival presents the fourth film in the monthly film series, FILM FALMOUTH, a collaboration between the Woods Hole Film Festival and Falmouth Academy. The series screens independent film each month from September through May.
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The film captures the less romantic side of show business, chronicling the daily slog of a makeshift family of actors huddled in the Actors’ Equity Lounge, trying to break big, book a job, or just breathe the air. Aging actor (Gabriel Byrne) has lost his way—with his career, his family, and his friends (Nathan Lane, Frances Conroy, & Boyd Gaines). The idea for the movie actually came to Wilkof in an “aha” moment. He says, “It was 15 years since the last time I’d been in the Equity Lounge, and it was just not a place I went often.” But when he did drop in a few years back, “The same people were there that I had seen 15 years earlier, and I said to myself, ‘There’s a movie here.’” A comical and poignant film depicting aging actors and what they do to extend their professional viability. Fiercely funny, and heartbreaking, filled with great performances.
A feature narrative film by Lee Wilkof |2016| USA | 92 min.
All seating is general admission. Doors open at 6:30 p.m. Screenings have been selling out, so we recommend that you purchase your tickets in advance. If the screening is not sold out, tickets will be available at the door.
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Student and veteran ticket purchasers please bring a valid ID
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There is plenty of on campus parking.
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