Locally Shot Film "Radio Cape Cod" is a Must See
The film has already touched so many, don't miss the opportunity for it to touch you
July 01, 2008
After theater runs in Boston and the UK, the award-winning film RADIO CAPE COD is now available on DVD for all to enjoy. Shot in Falmouth and Woods Hole in 2007, Radio Cape Cod has won awards for best cinematography, best actress, and best fi lm. It can be purchased through the movie's website, www.radiocapecod.com, or local merchants such as Eight Cousins Bookstore in Falmouth, Borders in Hyannis, and Coffee Obsession in Woods Hole. Additionally, retailers and establishments across the Cape will be offering public screenings throughout the summer; the movie's website will be updated as these events are scheduled.Radio Cape Cod tells the story of a Cape Cod radio show host, played by British star Tamzin Outhwaite, who is coming to terms with a new love while simultaneouslycoping with her teenage daughter's newfound infatuation with the opposite sex. The object of her daughter's affection is played by Julian Silver, who recently graduated from Roxbury Latin School in West Roxbury,Mass. Julian is spending the summer on Cape Cod, promoting the film and participating in many community events. This feel-good fi lm showcases the natural beauty of the Cape and is a must-see for anyone who loves the Cape or is a romantic at heart. Viewers call the fi lm "beautiful, powerful, and very touching", citing "stunning photography, great acting, and an engaging, uplifting and stimulating story." The soundtrack, with music provided by Falmouth residents Isel Garcia-Renart and Mike Carney, has also received much acclaim. For those looking to experience a weekend of Radio Cape Cod romance, check out the Radio Cape Cod Getaway Package now being offered at the Beach Rose Inn in West Falmouth (www.thebeachroseinn.com.) The movie's tag line, "may it happen for you," inspires the audience to think about all the possibilities life offers if we just slow down and pay attention to the beauty that surrounds us every day. This film has already touched so many; don't miss the opportunity for it to touch you.
by Falmouth Chamber Of Commerce, Coastline