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Thursday October 14 2021

CLAMBAKE

Waters Edge Cinema 1
Thu, Oct 14 2:00 PM
What started as a way for some very business-savvy women innkeepers to extend the tourist season in P-Town (Provincetown, Massachusetts) in the fall in 1984 has now grown from a Women's Weekend into one of the premiere lesbian destinations known as Women’s Week. Without the luxury of social media or even email, the women hand-wrote letters to all their past guests, inviting them to come enjoy the beautiful autumn scenery—with a clambake and some local entertainment thrown in. Director Andrea Meyerson takes viewers on a fascinating 30-year journey, through archival footage and photos, interviews with celebrities and founders, and current events and performances, offering a historical—and hysterical—look at what a handful of innovative women can accomplish.
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Invisible

Waters Edge Cinema 2
Thu, Oct 14 2:30 PM
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IT'S NOT A BURDEN

Waters Edge Cinema 1
Thu, Oct 14 4:00 PM
IT'S NOT A BURDEN: The Humor and Heartache of Raising Elderly Parents is a feature-length documentary that provides an intimate look, presented with humor and heart, at the relationships between aging parents and the adult children who care for them, examining the challenges they face and the solutions they discover along the way.
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THE UNLIKELY STORY of the LESBIANS OF FIRST FRIDAY

Waters Edge Cinema 2
Thu, Oct 14 4:30 PM
In the 1980's, a group calling itself First Friday sprung fully formed from the imaginations of a group of Lesbians living in Roanoke, Virginia. It was the Reagan years and the Moral Majority was just down the road. Despite the political climate and spurred on by the pure serendipity of finding each other, the lesbians of First Friday created safe space and threw fantastic events for Lesbians including the annual Roanoke Valley Women's Retreat.
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BE NATURAL: The Untold Story of Alice Guy-Blaché

Waters Edge Cinema 1
Thu, Oct 14 7:00 PM
The epic life story of Alice Guy-Blaché (1873–1968), a French screenwriter, director and producer, true pioneer of cinema, the first person who made a narrative fiction film; author of hundreds of movies, but banished from history books. Ignored and forgotten. At last remembered.
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LADY BUDS

Waters Edge Cinema 2
Thu, Oct 14 7:30 PM
"Lady Buds" tells the story of six courageous and diverse women who come out of the shadows of the cannabis underground to enter the new commercial industry in California. Up against burdensome regulations that favor well-funded corporations, these brave farmers, entrepreneurs and activists must fight for their piece of the American Dream in the very market they helped create. —Chris J. Russo
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