Starboard Light Benefit Event

Directed by Nick Fitzhugh

Starring: The Fitzhughs

Documentary              NR              60 min

Does a family make a house? Or does a house make a family?

Times change. A once simple and sparse seaside town has become crowded and opulent. A family and its finances have fragmented and five generations must witness the disappearance of a century of family memories when they sell their 210 year old summer home in Cape Cod. A story of fading Americana and loss, Starboard Light shows us how to hold on.


ENCORE PERFORMANCE! Thursday April 10th

9:00 p.m. Reception
9:30 p.m. Screening Q&A with Director Paul Schuyler and Cast!

Thriller        NR(Strong Violence & Language)       28 minutes

Filmed locally on Cape Cod!

An idyllic trail run becomes a waking nightmare for a single mother when she stumbles upon a brutal murder and must fight for survival against the two killers bent on silencing their only witness.

Sensory Film Series

Chatham Orpheum Theater’s “Sensory Film Series” presents


Saturday, April 21st at 9:30 a.m.

The Chatham Orpheum Theater and Cape Abilities are proud to present the “Sensory Film Series!” Shown every third Saturday of the month, these special screenings for families with children and adults affected by Autism, will cater specifically to their needs. The film will be shown without advertising, with the sound turned down, and the lights up in order to make the environment more comfortable for everyone during the show.

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Tickets are free and are available on a first come, first serve basis!

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Munch: From the Munch Museum and National Gallery, Oslo



1 Hour, 30 Minutes

In 2013, all of Norway celebrated the 150th anniversary of the birth of Edvard Munch (1863 – 1944), one of the towering figures of modern art.

This has been hailed a “once-in-a-lifetime show”. Global interest was huge – not least as a result of one of his four The Scream paintings having recently set a public art auction record of $120 million. Many know Munch as the man who painted The Scream but his complete works are remarkable and secure his place as one of the greatest artists to have ever lived.

Munch 150 was co-hosted by the National Museum and the Munch Museum, both in Oslo. With 220 paintings on show, it brought together the greatest number of Munch’s key works in one place.

Once again, our film will be going behind-the-scenes to show some of the process of putting the exhibition together – as well as providing an in-depth biography of a man who lived from the mid-19th century right through to the German occupation of Norway in the Second World War. Special guests also offer their expert insight and knowledge to host Tim Marlow. A superb show and a fantastic event film.

Tickets sold for individual screenings:

Thursday, April 6th at 11:00 a.m  BUY TICKETS

Saturday, April 22nd at 10:00 a.m.  BUY TICKETS.


Vikings from the British Museum

1 Hour, 30 Minutes

Billed as an “an exclusive private tour” of the British Museum’s Vikings: Life and Legend exhibition. Presented by Museum Director Neil MacGregor, historian Michael Wood, exhibition curator Gareth Williams and other experts.

“Offers an extraordinary insight into how these great warriors shaped our modern lives. There are plenty of surprises in store as we learn how they created a complex international trading network covering four continents. We also discover our direct connections to the Vikings through language, poetry, names, place names and even our DNA… The broadcast includes stunning close-up photography of exhibits and the construction of the prow of a giant Viking ship. As night falls, there will also be a live, torch-lit burial ceremony in the Museum’s grounds.”

Tickets sold for individual screenings:

Thursday, April 13th at 11:00 a.m  BUY TICKETS

Saturday, April 29th at 10:00 a.m.  BUY TICKETS.


Girl With A Pearl Earring

1 Hour, 30 Minutes

‘Girl with a Pearl Earring’ by Johannes Vermeer is one of the most enduring paintings in the history of art. Even today, its recent world tour garnered huge queues lining up for the briefest glimpse of its majestic beauty – in Japan 1.2 million people came to see the exhibition. Yet the painting itself is surrounded by mystery. This beautifully film seeks to investigate the many unanswered questions associated with this extraordinary piece. Who was this girl? Why and how was it painted? Why is it so revered?

After its world tour, the Girl with a Pearl Earring returned to the much-loved Mauritshuis in The Hague, Netherlands, which had just completed extensive renovations. Enjoying unparalleled exclusive access to this historical gallery, the film takes the audience on a journey as it seeks to answer many of the questions surrounding this enigmatic painting and its mysterious creator Vermeer. This film is a gripping detective story and a visual feast.

Tickets sold for individual screenings:

Thursday, May 11th at 11:00 a.m  BUY TICKETS

Saturday, May 27th at 10:00 a.m.  BUY TICKETS.