The Woods Hole Movie Pageant is again with dwell screenings at the Cotuit Heart for the Arts this month.
The competition will host in-particular person screenings of the narrative attribute “Minari” on Wednesday, May possibly 19, and the audio documentary “Once We Ended up Brothers: Robbie Robertson and the Band” on Wednesday, Could 26. Start out time is 7 o’clock on each evenings.
The film “Minari” by Lee Isaac Chung follows a Korean-American loved ones that moves to an Arkansas farm in look for of its personal American Dream. The family members dwelling adjustments completely with the arrival of their sly, foul-mouthed, but incredibly loving grandmother. Amidst the instability and difficulties of this new daily life in the rugged Ozarks, the film demonstrates the plain resilience of household and what definitely tends to make a home.
“Once We Have been Brothers: Robbie Robertson and the Band” is a confessional, cautionary and at times humorous tale of Robbie Robertson’s youthful daily life and the creation of a person of the most enduring groups in the record of common music, The Band. The film blends uncommon archival footage, photography, iconic tracks and interviews with the musician’s close friends and collaborators such as Martin Scorsese, Bruce Springsteen, Eric Clapton and Van Morrison.
Tickets are $14 each and every for the screenings, $12 for users of the Cotuit Center for the Arts and no cost for members of the Woods Gap Movie Festival. Tickets can be purchased by the center’s web page.
The Cotuit Center for the Arts is at 4404 Falmouth Highway (Route 28).