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Welcome to Waters Edge Cinema!
237 Commercial Street, 2nd Floor, Provincetown MA 02657
Provincetown's Year-Round Art House Movie Theater
featuring State-of-the-Art Digital Cinema and Sound &
home of the Provincetown Film Society and
Provincetown International Film Festival




Show times thru Thursday, July 24:

  • Daily @ 5pm, 7:15pm & 9:30pm*
  • *Sat-Sun & Rainy Day matinees @ 2:30pm

Show times Friday, July 25 thru Thursday, July 31:

  • Daily @ 4:30pm, 6:45pm & 9pm*
  • *Sat-Sun & Rainy Day matinees @ 2:15pm

If you order tickets online, you must bring your charge card to the cinema to redeem them.

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Two lost souls, a record producer with a drinking problem (Mark Ruffalo) and a young British singer-songwriter (Keira Knightley) who has just been dumped by her rock-star boyfriend (Adam Levine), team up to make beautiful music and rebuild their lives on the magical streets of New York City. With Catherine Keener, Hailee Steinfeld, Ceelo Green, James Corden, and Mos Def. Written and directed by John Carney (ONCE). "It's rare to find a movie that uses music to define love without sentimentalizing it. But BEGIN AGAIN, with songs by Glen Hansard and New Radicals frontman Gregg Alexander, is a wonderfully appealing exception." — Peter Travers, Rolling Stone. (Rated R, 104 min.)


Show times thru Thursday, July 24 (last day):

  • Daily @ 4:30pm & 9pm

If you order tickets online, you must bring your charge card to the cinema to redeem them.

Purchase Tickets

Eighteen-year-old Anna (Agata Trzebuchowska) is about to take her vows as a nun in 1960s Poland. Before she does, her Mother Superior insists she visit her aunt Wanda (Agata Kulesza), a Communist Party insider, who tells her niece that much of what she knows about herself is untrue. She was actually born a Jew — her name was Ida — and her parents were murdered by the Nazis during the Holocaust. This shocking revelation leads Anna to visit her family's home and learn more about what happened when she was too young to know. Directed by Pawel Pawlikowski. "Likely to remain the best movie of the year. IDA is unforgettable for its starkly evocative photography, refined musical sensibility, and mostly for Polish director Pawel Pawlikowski's sensitive handling of a story whose seething volatility is incubated in what might be called extreme innocence." — John Anderson, Newsday. Black and white. In Polish; English subtitles. (Rated PG-13, 80 min.)


Show times thru Thursday, July 24 (last day):

  • Daily @ 6:25pm*
  • *Rainy Day matinees @ 2pm

If you order tickets online, you must bring your charge card to the cinema to redeem them.

Purchase Tickets

In the future, a failed global-warming experiment kills off nearly all life on the planet. Those who survive live aboard the Snowpiercer, a train that spans the globe in perpetual motion. When the passengers revolt, the train heads toward disaster. “SNOWPIERCER is that rare hybrid that perfectly blends the dazzle of a futuristic action thriller with the intellectual substance of an art film.” — Claudia Puig, USA Today. “Brilliant, bizarre, fearless filmmaking.” — Tom Long, Detroit News. Starring Chris Evans, Jamie Bell, Tilda Swinton, John Hurt, Ed Harris, Octavia Spencer, and Alison Pill. Directed by Bong Joon-ho. (Rated R, 126 min.)

Tickets may be purchased online or at the door one half hour prior to first show of the day.

**Note: When purchasing tickets on the website, you will not receive an email with your tickets nor do you have to print anything out. Simply bring the credit card you purchased the tickets with to the theater at the time of your movie and pick up your tickets at the register.

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