Friday, June 3, 2022

Anne Hubbell Talks 24th Provincetown Film Festival (AUDIO)

Produced by Charlotte Robinson


In this exclusive audio interview Emmy Winner Charlotte Robinson host of OUTTAKE VOICES™ talks with Anne Hubbell, Executive Director of the Provincetown International Film Festival that runs in person from June 15th to June 19th in Provincetown, Massachusetts. Celebrating its 24th year the opening night film will be Sophie Hyde’s “Good Luck to You, Leo Grande” starring Emma Thompson and Daryl McCormack. The 2022 “Filmmaker on the Edge” is Academy Award nominated filmmaker Luca Guadagnino (Call Me By Your Name). Guadagnino will be in attendance to accept the award in conversation with resident artist John Waters on Sunday June 19th. Actress Dale Dickey will receive the festival’s Excellence in Acting Award and will accept the award on Sunday June 19th in conversation with journalist and novelist Thelma Adams at Provincetown Town Hall. The recipients of this year’s “Next Wave Award” will be presented to Jenny Slate and Bowen Yang on June 16th. Yang will be in attendance supporting his film “Fire Island” which is playing at the festival. This year’s film fest will also welcome past honorees Parker Posey and John Cameron Mitchell’s return to PIFF. Posey will be presenting Christopher Guest’s timeless classic 1996 mockumentary comedy “Waiting For Guffman” which will screen free to the public on MacMillan Pier on June 17th. Cameron Mitchell will be presenting the New 4K Criterion Collection digital restoration of “Shortbus” at Town Hall on June 18th. There will also be lots of fabulous special events and premiers. We talked to Anne about what she hopes to accomplish at PIFF this year and as an ally her spin on our LGBTQ issues. 

Anne Hubbell is a respected film industry veteran with over 20 years of extensive corporate, not-for-profit and production experience. She co-founded Tangerine Entertainment in 2012 the first production company and community builder dedicated to working exclusively with women creators. Anne has served on the boards of New York Women in Film & Television, the New York Production Alliance and Rooftop Films. She is a member of the Producer’s Guild of America. As Executive Director of the Provincetown Film Society she supports their mission to advocate for diverse representation in film, providing year-round programming and platforms that allow voices of all kinds to be heard via film. PFS works to have a better understanding and appreciation for the human struggle and triumphs by showcasing our similarities and differences in today’s diverse culture. For Info & Tix…

1 comment:

Marilyn Rosen said...

Love Anne ‘s energy and enthusiasm… wishing great success.