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WOODS HOLE FILM FESTIVAL | July 30–August 6

Okay, so you like the seashore, but hate the ferry, and for some reason aren't interested in Vera Farmiga receiving an acting award. If so, Woods Hole is the place for you. Features include Justin Lerner's Girlfriend, about a Down syndrome youth with a crush on an older woman, and As If I'm Not There, Juanita Wilson's drama set in war-torn Sarajevo. Among the documentaries are several portraits of artists, such as A Good Man, Bob Hercules and Gordon Quinn's tribute to choreographer Bill T. Jones; Jimmy Tingle's American Dream, Vinnie Straggas's profile of the local funnyman; and Everyday Sunshine: The Story of Fishbone, Chris Metzler and Lev Anderson's look at the pioneering ska-funkers group. And be sure to check out "Filmmaking and War," a panel discussion featuring Sebastian Junger, who co-directed Restrepo with Tim Hetherington, the acclaimed photojournalist recently killed while reporting on the Libyan civil war.

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