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“Get Up Eight” ArtWeek Test Screening

Filed in Blog, Community, Events at the Media Center, Movie Night by on March 18, 2019 • views: 670

As part of ArtWeek, see an exclusive preview screening of Gabrielle Rosson’s short film, Get Up Eight. The event will feature a discussion with the director after the film is screened. All feedback is encouraged!

Where: Cape Cod Community Media Center, 17 Shad Hole Road, Dennis Port

When: Friday, April 26th at 7 PM

REGISTRATION IS NOW FULL FOR THIS EVENT.  Film may not be suitable for children under 17. 

Get Up Eight follows a young woman, haunted by her past, in the excruciating limbo between addiction and recovery. Written and directed by Gabrielle Rosson, the film is being produced in collaboration with the Cape Cod Community Media Center and Sandwich Community Television. Watch the trailer:

Gabrielle Rosson is a student, musician, Cape Media News reporter, and now filmmaker living on Cape Cod.

Registration has filled up!

About ArtWeek:

Presented by Highland Street Foundation and produced by the Boch Center, ArtWeek is an annual award-winning innovative festival featuring more than 500 unique and creative experiences that are hands-on, interactive or offer behind-the-scenes access to artists or the creative process. Making art and cultural accessible to all, more than 65 percent of ArtWeek events are free and all are affordable. ArtWeek was born in Boston in 2013 and now serves over 130 towns across Massachusetts as the signature nonprofit community program of the Boch Center.

ArtWeek works to spotlight how the creative economy is thriving in Massachusetts by offering unique and affordable neighborhood-based events that provide increased access to art, culture, and creativity. Through community, artistic, and media collaborations, this festival provides experiences in dance, folk and traditional arts, fashion, media arts, spoken-word, poetry, writing, contemporary visual arts, music, opera, theater, design, film and much more.

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