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Upcoming Features


What Happened Miss Simone?
On July 20th at 7 PM join us at West Cape May Borough Hall for a screening of this Emmy winning, Oscar nominated documentary about “The High Priestess of Soul,” Nina Simone. This film includes rare film footage of recordings never heard before. Local radio personalities Ed and Marie LaDuca will be on hand to talk with us about all things musical, about the Center for Community Arts and to energize our conversation with fun facts and musical myths.
Admission is $5. Thank you for your support…see you at the movies!

The Hello Girls
July 18: The Hello Girls, Naval Air Station Wildwood located at Cape May Airport. 7pm.

What Happened Miss Simone?
July 20: What Happened Miss Simone? 7pm West Cape May Borough Hall

Survival in the Skies
August 1: Survival in the Skies, Naval Air Station Wildwood located at Cape May Airport. 7pm

Feet From Stardom
August 24: 20 Feet From Stardom, 7pm West Cape May Borough Hall

Nothing Like a Dame
September 21: Nothing Like a Dame, 7pm West Cape May Borough Hall

Free Solo
October 19: Free Solo, 6pm West Cape May Borough Hall

The Gospel According to Andre
November 8: The Gospel According to Andre, 6pm West Cape May Borough Hall

King in the Wilderness
December 14: King in the Wilderness, 6pm West Cape May Borough Hall

Please stay tuned for dates, times and more on these upcoming films that we will be screening.

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We want audiences in southern New Jersey to be able to see outstanding films, and we want developing filmmakers to be able to get the information and training that they need.  We do three things to make that happen. We run a Film Festival, we run a Film Camp for teenage filmmakers in June, and we show films in Cape May throughout the year. In 2016 we also ran a one-week Film School for adults. CLICK HERE to see the film we made.

 


THE CAPE MAY FILM SOCIETY IS COMMITTED TO MAKING ITS PROGRAMS AND FACILITIES ACCESSIBLE TO EVERYONE.


Our programs are made possible in part by a grant administered by the Cape May County Culture & Heritage Commission, from funds granted by the New Jersey State Council on the Arts.