Reporting on the Provincetown International Film Festival

Chlotrudis members convened in Provincetown to help celebrate the 6th Annual Provincetown International Film Festival recently. Thirty-two dramatic features, twenty-six documentaries, and a host of shorts, parties and other special events competed with the lovely P-Town beaches offerring an outstanding array of films. More than 60 filmmakers attended the Festival in Provincetown June 16-20. Visit the Chlotrudis Film Festivals Review page to read about the P-Town festival!

HBO presented the audience awards at a closing night party on Sunday, June 13. Michael Mayer's A HOME AT THE END OF THE WORLD won for best narrative feature; Deb Ellis & Denis Mueller's "HOWARD ZINN: YOU CAN'T BE NEUTRAL ON A MOVING TRAIN won for best documentary feature; and Kerry Weldon's TRANSIT was picked as best short. Also in attendance was writer/director Jim Jarmusch who received Provincetown's Filmmaker on the Edge award.