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Welcome to Waters Edge Cinema!
237 Commercial Street, 2nd Floor, Provincetown MA 02657
508-413-9369    watersedgecinema@gmail.com
 
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

 

NOW PLAYING

PROVINCETOWN FILM ART SERIES KICKOFF CELEBRATION

Sunday, November 2 @ 1pm

 

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Meet the series curator, former Premiere Magazine editor Howard Karren, sip hot mulled cider and gourmet coffee, enjoy savory luncheon snacks from Cosmos Catering.

Tickets $35; or included in Full Exposure Pass (see Film Art Series)

@ 2pm join us for a complimentary screening of:

SIX BY SONDHEIM

This documentary portrait of composer-lyricist Stephen Sondheim — one of America’s greatest living artists of the theater — matches, in cinematic ways, the brilliance and imaginative power of his work. Directed by James Lapine, Sondheim's collaborator (book writer and director) on several classic stage musicals, the movie is structured around six songs that Sondheim worked on at different times of his life and career. Each song, woven into a web of Sondheim interviews, is presented in either archival footage or a modern interpretation: “Being Alive,” from “Company,” arrives in clips from D.A. Pennebaker’s groundbreaking 1970 documentary of the cast recording session, with Dean Jones singing his heart out; “I’m Still Here,” from “Follies,” is filmed by Todd Haynes (and shot by Ed Lachman) as a stylish meta-comment on the show itself; "Opening Doors," from "Merrily We Roll Along," is performed by young stars Darren Criss, Jeremy Jordan, and America Ferrara. The overall effect of the film is dazzling, and goes a long way toward conveying the basis for Sondheim's art: his craft, his ideas, and his aspirations. (Courtesy of HBO; 86 min.)

TRACKS

Coming Friday, October 31 to the Waters Edge Cinema

Show times from Friday, October 31 thru Thursday, November 6:

  • Daily @ 4:45pm*
  • *Sat add'l matinee @ 2pm

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

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The true-life adventure of Robyn Davidson (Mia Wasikowska), who embarked on a 1,700-mile life-changing journey across the deserts of Australia, alone with four camels and her dog, encountering a National Geographic photographer (Adam Driver) along the way. Directed by John Curran. "A vision of nature that shimmers with uncanny beauty and eerie solitude, transcended by Mia Wasikowska in one of the best performances of the year." — Peter Keough, The Boston Globe. (Rated PG-13, 102 min.)

ST. VINCENT

Show times thru Thursday, November 6:

  • Daily @ 5:15pm & 7:30pm*
  • *Sat-Sun add'l matinees @ 2:30pm

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A young boy whose parents have just divorced finds a friend and mentor in the nasty old war veteran who lives next door. With Bill Murray as neighbor, Jaeden Lieberher as the boy, Melissa McCarthy as his newly single mom, Naomi Watts as a Russian prostitute that Murray frequents, and Chris O'Dowd as a priest at the boy's Catholic school. Written and directed by Theodore Melfi. "Soaked in whiskey, dipped in brine, Bill Murray delivers a salty, acerbic, inebriated comic blast as the unlikeliest saint imaginable in ST. VINCENT." — Betsy Sharkey, Los Angeles Times. (Rated PG-13, 103 min.)

PRIDE

Show times thru Thursday, November 6:

  • Daily except Wed @ 7pm
  • Wed: Not screening

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In the summer of 1984, Margaret Thatcher is the Prime Minister of the United Kingdom and the mineworkers' union goes on strike. This prompts a group of gay and lesbian activists to raise money for the union and, when rebuffed by strike organizers, to travel to a Welsh mining village to make their donation in person. Starring Bill Nighy, Imelda Staunton, Dominic West, and Paddy Considine. Directed by Matthew Warchus. "Warm and witty, with terrific performances." — Peter Bradshaw, The Guardian. (Rated R, 120 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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