2019
SATURDAY, JULY 25 THROUGH
SATURDAY, AUGUST 1, 2020
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DINNER & A MOVIE

The Woods Hole Film Festival presents Dinner & A Movie – a monthly screening series of independent films from September through May. On the night of each screening, ticket purchasers may present their ticket prior to the film for discounts and special offers at participating restaurants.

 

Participating restaurants include The Captain Kidd, Water Street Kitchen, and Quicks Hole Tavern. Contact individual restaurants for reservations and the most up to date information. (Please note, screening ticket purchase does not include food or drink from participating restaurants.)
 
The screenings take place at WHOI’s Redfield Auditorium, located at 45 Water Street in Woods Hole, and start at 7:00 p.m., unless otherwise noted. Doors open at 6:30 p.m. The facility is wheelchair accessible.
 
Dinner & A Movie is supported in part by a grant from the Cape Cod 5 Charitable Foundation Trust, the Falmouth Fund of the Cape Cod Foundation, and the Massachusetts Cultural Council.
 
Tickets are $14 general, $12 members, and $10 students/veterans and are available in advance through the links below or at the door.
 
The program is subject to change. No refunds or exchanges unless screening is cancelled or rescheduled by the Festival. Screenings may be rescheduled due to various reasons, including inclement weather. All screening information will be posted on the Woods Hole Film Festival Facebook page. Like us on Facebook and follow us on Instagram @woodsholefilmfestival and on Twitter @WHFF.

Saturday, September 14, 2019 • 7:30 p.m.
Maiden
Documentary Feature | Alex Holmes | USA | 93 min.
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Maiden is the story of how Tracy Edwards, a 24-year-old cook in charter boats, became the skipper of the first ever all-female crew to enter the Whitbread Round the World in 1989. Tracy’s inspirational dream was opposed on all sides: her male competitors thought an all-women crew would never make it, the chauvinistic yachting press took bets on her failure, and potential sponsors rejected her, fearing they would die at sea and generate bad publicity. But Tracy refused to give up: she remortgaged her home and bought a secondhand boat, putting everything on the line to ensure the team made it to the start line. Although blessed with tremendous self-belief Tracy was also beset by crippling doubts and was only able to make it through with the support of her remarkable crew. With their help she went on to shock the sport world and prove that women are very much the equal of men.

Presented in collaboration with the Woods Hole Yacht Club.


Saturday, October 12, 2019 • 7:00 p.m. (NEW START TIME)
The Weight of Water
Documentary  Feature | Michael Brown | USA | 83 min.
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Erik has already overcome some stunning challenges for both sighted and blind people, including climbing Mount Everest. In his powerful desire to be free from a prison of darkness, he embarks, alone in his own boat, into the home of the most iconic whitewater in the world, the Colorado River through the Grand Canyon. He soon discovers that all the preparation and practice are not going to be enough, and when disaster inevitably strikes, Erik is faced with a choice and rare chance to change the outcome. A choice that will define his journey.

ADDITIONAL FILMS TO BE ANNOUNCED SOON!

Redfield Auditorium is located at 45 Water Street, Woods Hole, MA.