This Sunday, May 24 at 7:30 p.m

One Night Only: A Place at the Table

 

In the film A Place at the Table, directors Kristi Jacobson and Lori Silverbush examine the issue of hunger in America through the lens of three people who are struggling with food insecurity. Barbie is a single mother from Philadelphia who grew up in poverty and is trying to provide a better life for her two kids. Rosie is a Colorado fifth-grader who often has to depend on friends and neighbors to feed her and has trouble concentrating in school. Mississippi second grader, Tremonica, has asthma and her health issues are exacerbated by the largely empty calories her hardworking mother can afford.

Join us for this special evening and a film that critics call "an explosive investigative documentary!"

West Cape May Borough Hall, 732 Broadway in West Cape May

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WATCH A DISCUSSION OF THE COSTUMES AND COSTUME DESIGN FOR DISNEY'S NEW CINDERELLA

 

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WATCH THE TRAILER FOR THE NEW STAR WARS MOVIE

 

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WATCH OUTSTANDING ACTRESSES

DISCUSS ACTING AND OSCARS

 

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The

 

2014 CapeMay Film Festival

 

was held October 17-19, 2014

 

at the West Cape May

 

Borough Hall and Banquet Hall

 

Click HERE to see the program

 

2014 Film Camp

Film Camp was June 23-27 at Cape May Elementary. We had a great time. We had 17 teens who were divided into four groups. Each group wrote, shot and edited its own short film. Click below to see them.

Click Here to see "Absent"

Click Here to see "No Time For Friends"

Click Here to see "Under The Boardwalk"

Click Here to see "Washed Up"

The Film Society gratefully acknowledges its generous sponsors. For a complete list of our sponsors, please see our
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P.O. Box 595
Cape May, NJ 08204

 

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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.

 

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CHECK OUT OUR CALENDAR FOR 2015

 

June 1   8:00 pm – His Girl Friday

Cary Grant and Rosalind Russell star in the film the NY Times called “the maddest newspaper comedy of all times.”  At Cape May Stage, 405 Lafayette St Co-sponsored with Cape May Stage

To see the trailer, CLICK HERE

 

June 22-26 Film Camp

at Cape May City Elementary School

Our annual film camp for teens in which students will spend five days writing, filming and editing short films in groups of 4-5 students, each with an adult instructor. On Friday evening the students and their families will watch the completed films. To learn more about Film Camp, go to

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June 29   8:00 pm

Please Don't Eat The Daisies

Stars Doris Day and David Niven.  Four kids in a NYC apartment – time for a change.  At Cape May Stage, 405 Lafayette St Co-sponsored with Cape May Stage

To see the trailer, CLICK HERE

 

August 3   8:00 pm All of Me

A guru goofs and Edwina (Lily Tomlin) winds up taking over the right side of Roger (Steve Martin). At Cape May Stage, 405 Lafayette St Co-sponsored with Cape May Stage

To see the trailer, CLICK HERE

 

August 9   8:30 pmSilent Film

The General with Buster Keaton

With Live Organ Accompaniment at the First Presbyterian Church at Decatur & Hughes Co-sponsored with East Lynne Theater Company

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September 21   8:00 pm Hysteria

A romantic comedy with Maggie Gyllenhaal and Hugh Dancy) about a victorian invention that turned on half the world. At Cape May Stage, 405 Lafayette St Co-sponsored with Cape May Stage

To see the trailer, CLICK HERE

 

 

October 25   8:30 pm Silent FilmThe Phantom of the Opera

With Live Organ Accompaniment at the First Presbyterian Church at Decatur & Hughes Co-sponsored with East Lynne Theater Company

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November 2   7:30 pm

Cradle Will Rock

A 1999 musical about depression era Broadway and the WPA-funded Theater Project. At Cape May Stage, 405 Lafayette St Co-sponsored with Cape May Stage

To see the trailer, CLICK HERE

 

November 13, 14 and 15, 2015 Cape May Film Festival

at West Cape May Borough Hall and West Cape May Volunteer Firemen’s Banquet Hall

We’ll present our Fifteenth juried festival, which emphasizes New Jersey films and filmmakers. Outstanding short films, features, documentaries and local interest films will be shown, ending with a silent film with live organ music at the Presbyterian Church, co-sponsored with the East Lynne Theater Company.

 

November  15 8:00 pm

Charlie Chaplin Short Films

with Live Organ Accompaniment

at the First Presbyterian Church at Decatur & Hughes Co-sponsored with East Lynne Theater Company

 

December  14   7:30 pm

Miracle on 34th Street

The original in black and white with John Payne, Maureen O’Hara and Natalie Wood. At Cape May Stage, 405 Lafayette St Co-sponsored with Cape May Stage

To see the trailer, CLICK HERE

 

 

GIRL SCOUTS

The Cape May Film Society had the pleasure of working with the Lower Township Girl Scout Troop # 42165 as four of their members had to make a movie to earn their next badge. Dottie Rogers, president of the Cape May Photography Club and henrie washington, member of the Cape May Film Society were instrumental in donating equipment and advising them with technical and artistic support. We here at the Cape May Film Society are committed to community involvement.

 

 

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People's Choice

3 Years in a Row!

Only one of three arts organizations to get the prize all three years!
 

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Cape May Film Society is dedicated to the presentation of creative, challenging, ground-breaking work by New Jersey filmmakers and films with New Jersey or World Premiere status. We are also the region’s leading educational and cultural resource for youth and adult learners, as well as beginner and advanced filmmaking professionals, interested in all facets of the cinematic experience. In addition, we provide many non-profits and other causes in the region with professional videos to promote their mission and good work.

Since 2001, our Film Festival has brought great filmmakers and their films to the Nation's Oldest Historic Resort. We've also provided film education to hundreds of students and at-risk youth in the region.

Become a member, or a Volunteer, or a Donor. It's a worthy cause--and entertaining too!