Provincetown International Film Festival Reveals Full Lineup for Modified 2020 Film Festival

Thursday July 9, 2020

Still from 'I AM A Town'
Still from 'I AM A Town'  (Source:Provided by PIFF)

The Provincetown International Film Festival (PIFF) has announced its complete lineup of narrative, documentary and short films for "Provincetown Reimagined," presented by WarnerMedia.

The modified festival runs July 16-19, 2020 and will include two nights of double features at the Wellfleet Drive-In, as well as a virtual cinema program through an online platform, and a special conversation honoring actress Mya Taylor moderated by filmmaker PJ Raval.

"We're thrilled to present our reimagined film festival with a lineup that safely brings our local community together at the Wellfleet Drive-in and attendees from across the country on our virtual platform," said Andrew Peterson, PIFF's Director of Programming. "Our lineup reflects the need to connect — whether it's through thought-provoking films that speak to this country's longstanding issues with race and equity, the best in LGBTQ cinema from 2020, PJ Raval's conversation with 2020 Next Wave honoree Mya Taylor, or just a much-needed laugh through an awesome night at the Drive-In hosted by John Waters. It may not be the festival we've all come to expect — but it's 100% Provincetown."

The full lineup is below.


I AM A TOWN — directed by Mischa Richter

SAVE YOURSELVES! — directed by Alex H. Fischer & Eleanor Wilson


NIGHT OF THE LEPUS (1972) — directed by William F. Claxton

KITTEN WITH A WHIP (1964) — directed by Douglas Heyes

VIRTUAL FESTIVAL (Thursday, July 16 — Sunday, July 19)


THE CAPOTE TAPES — directed by Ebs Burnough

CODED BIAS — directed by Shalini Kantayya

FISH & MEN — directed by Darby Duffin & Adam Jones

HOUSE OF CARDIN — directed by P. David Ebersole & Todd Hughes

I AM A TOWN — directed by Mischa Richter


BLACK BEAR — directed by Lawrence Michael Levine

IDENTIFYING FEATURES — directed by Fernanda Valadez

MILKWATER — directed by Morgan Ingari

STAGE MOTHER — directed by Thom Fitzgerald

TWO OF US — directed by Filippo Meneghetti

Special Event: Mya Taylor, Next Wave Award

Mya Taylor, in conversation with filmmaker PJ Raval


DIRTY — directed by Matthew Puccini

AYANEH — directed by Nicolas Greinacher

BETYE SAAR: TAKING CARE OF BUSINESS — directed by Christine Turner

HOT FLASH — directed by Thea Hollatz

IT WAS THE DOG THAT SAVED MY LIFE — directed by Adam Golub & Sylvaine Alfaro

LA GLORIA — directed by Mary Evangelista

LOCKSHOP — directed by Cara Feinberg

THE SHAWL — directed by Sara Kiener

SPINNAKER — directed by Nadine Licostie

About The Provincetown Film Society

The Provincetown Film Society (PFS) is an advocate for diverse representation in film, providing year-round programming and platforms that allow voices of all kinds to be heard via film. Locally, PFS' work positively impacts the cultural and economic vitality of Provincetown. Nationally, its work helps shape industry discussions around parity in film. Through PFS' work, we have an ability to better understand and appreciate human struggles and triumphs, showcasing our similarities and differences in today's diverse culture.

About WarnerMedia

WarnerMedia is a leading media and entertainment company that creates and distributes premium and popular content from a diverse array of talented storytellers and journalists to global audiences through its consumer brands including: HBO, HBO Now, HBO Max, Warner Bros., TNT, TBS, truTV, CNN, DC Entertainment, New Line, Cartoon Network, Adult Swim, Turner Classic Movies and others, as well as Xandr's suite of advanced advertising solutions designed to help to improve advertising for brands, publishers, and consumers.

Major sponsors of "Provincetown Reimagined" include WarnerMedia, Fanizzi's, Seamen's Bank, The Palette Fund, Mallard Foundation and Anchor Inn Beach House.

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