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PSA DAY! JUNE 11! Call Paula: 508-394-2388 ext. 104 FOR RESERVATION AND INFORMATION!


Thank you Mark, for leaving your wonderful work up the month of June! Learn more about Mark and his work in the halls of the Media Center!

To learn more about his portfolio of work or to inquire about engaging him to capture your project, event or inspirations on film go to:

Learning Lab series on the first Wednesday!

Learning Lab: Depth of Field…

June 4th 4:30-6pm Learn how to use Depth of Field and get those great blurred backgrounds that are seen on many movies and documentaries on your next project!

The Cape Cod Community Media Center in collaboration with the Woods Hole Film Festival presents:

Movie Night at the Media Center: an Evening of Film

“Cutie and the Boxer”

June 11th 6-9pm

PLEASE JOIN US! Wednesday, June 11th 6-9 PM! $12/person

Reservations CALL Jay 508-394-2388 at EXT. 103 or


2014 Academy Award Nominee (Oscars!) as well as Tribeca and Sundance recognized…come see why!

A reflection on love, sacrifice, and the creative spirit, this candid New York story explores the chaotic 40-year marriage of renowned “boxing” painter Ushio Shinohara and his artist wife, Noriko. As a rowdy, confrontational young artist in Tokyo, Ushio seemed destined for fame, but met with little commercial success after he moved to New York City in 1969, seeking international recognition. When 19-year-old Noriko moved to New York to study art, she fell in love with Ushio-abandoning her education to become the wife and assistant to an unruly, husband. Over the course of their marriage, the roles have shifted. Now 80, Ushio struggles to establish his artistic legacy, while Noriko is at last being recognized for her own art-a series of drawings entitled “Cutie,” depicting her challenging past with Ushio. Spanning four decades, the film is a moving portrait of a couple wrestling with the eternal themes of sacrifice, disappointment and aging, against a background of lives dedicated to art.

YouTube – Trailer

Cutie and the Boxer – Facebook

IMDb Database


Movie Night at the Media Center is a new collaboration with the Woods Hole Film Festival to help bring independent filmmaking to the Cape year round and build on the summer Festival. Now in its 23rd year, the Woods Hole Film Festival supports the work of emerging independent filmmakers and collaborates with organizations Cape-wide to offer additional film programming. The Cape Cod Community Media Center collaboration with the Woods Hole Film Festival offers filmmakers and film fans the opportunity to expand the audience and outreach for independent film on Cape Cod. We hope you will join us for this fantastic new collaboration! This is the first in a new monthly series happening the second Wednesday of each month throughout the Winter, Spring, and Fall. Join us after the screening until 9pm for some Q&A discussions.

***This Q&A discussion maybe be recorded for later broadcast on Channel 99 and YouTube.***

Proceeds go towards Woods Hole Film Festival summer and winter programming as well as Cape Cod Community Media Center to help bring programming like this to surrounding communities.



Summertime Filters

Sunny season is here! When shooting outside, whether it is pictures or video, remember to attach a Skylight filter (helps protect lens), an UV (Ultra Violet) or Polarizing filter, and a ND filter on your lens. These will help remove haze and sharpen the contrast of the blue skies and clouds and water against the green landscapes or beaches. So remember to protect yourself and your camera from those glaring UV rays and carry your sunscreen and lense filters!

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Please be advised that programming will be subject to change without notice to accommodate time sensitive and seasonal programing. We will try to rotate through shows so no one show is bumped more than another. Thank you for your patience in advance.

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