Provincetown Film Festival

UTG’s 31 Days Of Halloween: ‘Videodrome’

Of all the holidays celebrated worldwide, no single day is more loved by the UTG staff than Halloween. With the arrival of the year’s best month, the time has finally come to begin rolling out a plethora of features and special announcements we have prepared in celebration of our favorite day, including the one you’re […]

Provincetown Film Fest Review: ‘The One I Love’

Film: The One I Love Directed by: Charlie McDowell Starring: Mark Duplass, Elisabeth Moss, Ted Danson The One I Love is like Who’s Afraid of Virginia Wolff? wrapped in the enigma of a Twilight Zone episode with Ted Danson’s character acting as the narrator instead of Rod Serling. So as you can see, this film […]

Provincetown Film Fest Review: ‘Frank’

Film: Frank Directed by: Lenny Abrahamson Starring: Domnhall Gleeson, Michael Fassbender, Maggie Gyllenhaal Frank was the one film that left me bewildered after viewing it at the Provincetown Film Festival. That’s not a terrible thing to say. If anything, it’s a compliment. Frank is a mysterious beast; it starts out as a sob story about […]

Provincetown Film Fest Review: ‘Calvary’

Film: Calvary Directed by: John Michael McDonagh Starring: Brendan Gleeson, Chris O’ Dowd, Kelly Reilly Although Calvary may not be as functional as director John Michael McDonagh’s previous, hilarious film, The Guard, it makes a solid case that Brendan Gleeson can carry a film that has so much thematic weight. Calvary is a downright dark […]

Provincetown Film Fest Review: ‘Last Weekend’

Film: Last Weekend Directed by: Tom Dolby, Tom Williams Starring: Patricia Clarkson, Jayma Mays Last Weekend opened the 16th annual Provincetown Film Festival to a packed house of bright-eyed viewers hoping to see Patricia Clarkson (The Green Mile, Shutter Island) steal the show as an extremely wealthy patriarch coping with her children and their friends […]