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Feature film based on New York Times bestseller by Harwichport’s Joan Anderson Expands Friday, May 26th to Select Area Theaters
CAPE COD, MA – After an impressive run at the Cape Cinema in Dennis, MA, YEAR BY THE SEA, based on the New York Times best-selling memoir by local author Joan Anderson, will expand across Cape Cod Memorial Day weekend.
The film will be shown at the following theaters beginning Friday, May 26 for at least one week:
Chatham Orpheum Theater*
637 Main Street
For tickets, visit www.chathamorpheum.org.
*Attendees to the showing at the Chatham Orpheum Theater can enjoy a Meet & Greet and book signing with author Joan Anderson on Friday, May 26th from 6 p.m. to 7 p.m. with a Q&A session immediately following the 7 p.m. film.
Waters Edge Cinema*
237 Commercial Street
For tickets, visit www.provincetownfilm.org.
*Writer/director/composer, Alexander Janko and producer Laura Goodenow will host a Q&A session following the 7 p.m. film on both Friday, May 26th and Saturday, May 27th.
137 Warren Avenue
For tickets, visit www.plimoth.org.
2-6 Enterprise Road
South Dennis, MA
For tickets, visit www.entertainmentcinemas.com.
Filmed 100% on Cape Cod in spring 2015, the feature film has received 16 festival awards—from Audience Choice to Best Feature/Actress/Screenplay and Music—and stars a Golden Globe, Emmy, Tony and Pulitzer Prize-winning cast of Karen Allen (Indiana Jones and the Temple of Doom), Celia Imrie (The Best Exotic Marigold Hotel), S. Epatha Merkerson (Chicago Med), Yannick Bisson (Murdock Mysteries) and Michael Cristofer (Mr. Robot).
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