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The Provincetown Film Festival ::  June 14 - 18, 2017

The Provincetown Film Festival :: June 14 - 18, 2017

Jun 20
From the opening party to the closing night awards festivities (and a few spots in-between), EDGE was on hand for the 19th annual Provincetown Film Festival. See who was there.

 Review :: The Lawnmower Man

Review :: The Lawnmower Man

By Ken Tasho | Jun 20
Like many of Stephen King's adaptations, this one wasn't successful but grew into a cult classic film over the years.

After Being Christened a Gay Icon, 'The Babadook' Returns to Theaters for LGBT Causes

After Being Christened a Gay Icon, 'The Babadook' Returns to Theaters for LGBT Causes

Jun 19
After the Internet rushed to dub the evil entity at the center of the 2014 indie horror flick "The Babadook" a gay icon, it was recently announced the film will return to theaters this month to raise funds for LGBT causes.

 Review :: Political Animals

Review :: Political Animals

By Michael Cox | Jun 19
The simple human rights that gay people take for granted today, and the liberties that most citizens of this country consider elementary, were a hard-fought battle for four openly gay women in the California State Legislature.

 Review :: Maudie

Review :: Maudie

By Roger Walker-Dack | Jun 19
This sentimentalized biopic, based on the life of Canadian folk artist Maud Lewis, showcases the exceptional talent of British Oscar-nominee Sally Hawkins.

Our Future: My (First) Time at Cannes

Our Future: My (First) Time at Cannes

By Kyle Mangione-Smith | Jun 18
As a filmmaker, and one primarily interested in the arthouse at that, having a chance to go to Cannes has always been a dream of mine. In May, I had the opportunity to experience the festival for myself through The American Pavilion's student program.

My Cousin Rachel: An Interview with Actress Rachel Weisz

My Cousin Rachel: An Interview with Actress Rachel Weisz

By Scot Holland | Jun 17
Is "My Cousin Rachel" unlucky in love -- or a pitiless murderer? Star Rachel Weisz weighs in...

 Review :: Madhouse

Review :: Madhouse

By Ken Tasho | Jun 17
With nary a madhouse in sight, the title of Arrow Video's 1981 slasher is a tad head-scratching.

Director John Avildsen Dies at 81; Won Oscar for 'Rocky'

Director John Avildsen Dies at 81; Won Oscar for 'Rocky'

By Jake Coyle | Jun 17
John G. Avildsen, who directed "Rocky" and "The Karate Kid" - two dark-horse, underdog favorites that went on to become Hollywood franchises - died Friday at age 81.

 Review :: The Book Of Henry

Review :: The Book Of Henry

By Kevin Taft | Jun 16
"The Book of Henry" is an odd little film that still manages to be a heartfelt gem, despite some whacky plot mechanics.

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