The Mailers aren’t ‘Blind’ to love and literature

Norman Mailer died nearly a decade ago, but the presence of the literary lion still looms large over this town, and certainly over the lives of his children. John Buffalo Mailer, who wrote the screenplay to “Blind,” which will show at the Provincetown International Film Festival, has often said that the Mailer clan were all required to be artists. That comes in handy when making collaborative art, such as this film starring Alec Baldwin and Demi Moore. Michael Mailer makes his directorial debut with “Blind” after decades of working as a producer.

Brewster filmmaker debuts ‘The Last Pig’ at Ptown festival

Gorillas in the mountain mist, tortoises clambering over Galapagos rocks, zebras galloping on the Serengeti plains – those are the subjects of nature documentaries.

But pigs on a small farm in upstate New York, on their short path to become pork chops and bacon? How much drama and charm can there be?

Chloe Sevigny Brings Debut Short Film Project to Provincetown Fest

The 2017 Provincetown Intl. Film Festival provides as diverse a showcase for short films as it does for narrative features and documentaries. No fewer than four short film programs are featured this year, including queer shorts by male and female directors and a New England series devoted to, as artistic director Lisa Viola says, “films that are regionally made, both in terms of subject and where the filmmakers live.” The expansive spotlight is due to the festival’s belief that short films can be a calling card for developing filmmakers.

Little Pink House wins Provincetown Festival Audience Award

The 19th Annual Provincetown International Film Festival concluded Sunday, June 18, with the HBO Audience Awards going, for narrative feature, to Courtney Moorehead Balaker’s Little Pink House, and for documentary, to I Am Evidence, directed by Trish Adlesic and Geeta Gandbhir, The Hollywood Reporter reveals.