Matty Splicing Wire Cable

Look for the video at 1:00PM.  Matty is splicing this wire cable to combine two lengths of wire and load it aboard a Gloucester dragger.

Matty Splicing Wire Cable, originally uploaded by captjoe06.

Cape ann Community Cinema Schedule For 10/16

THURSDAY, OCTOBER 16

THE GROCER’S SON

SHOWN AT 5:00PM

It is summer, and thirty-year-old Antoine is forced to leave the city to return to his family in Provence. His father is sick, so he must assume the lifestyle he thought he had shed – driving the family grocery cart from hamlet to hamlet, delivering supplies to the few remaining inhabitants. Accompanied by Claire, a friend from Paris whom he has a secret crush on, Antoine gradually warms up to his experience in the country and his encounters with the villagers, who initially seem stubborn and gruff, but ultimately prove to be funny and endearing. Ultimately, this surprise French box-office hit is about the coming-of-age of a man re-discovering life and love in the countryside. In French with subtitles.

This free show is part of our Thursday FilmMovement series, which in November becomes

“Captivating…intoxicating. This valentine to country life is…that proverbial gem
that art-house fans should discover and savor.” -Doris Toumarkine, Film Journal International

TUYA’S MARRIAGE

SHOWN AT 7:15PM
Tuya, hardworking and hardheaded, is a Mongolian desert herder who refuses to be settled in a town in accordance with the new industrialization policy. She is kept busy with two kids, a disabled husband and 100 sheep to care for, but one day she hurts her back. The only way for the family to survive is for her to divorce her husband on paper and look for a new spouse who can take care of the whole family. A series of suitors lines up, but it’s not easy to find a man who fits the bill. This warm, endearing tale, featuring stunning cinematography, won the top prize at the 2007 Berlin International Film Festival.

“A compact near-masterpiece that combines a slow-motion romantic comedy with a docudrama-style portrait of a remote, nomadic culture as it is gradually eroded by the tides of the 21st century.” -Andrew O’Hehir, Salon


Matty Splicing Wire Cable

This wire splicing set up is actually attached to the back of the wire truck and ready to go.  Video coming at 1:00PM.  You can see the older cable to the right of the splice and the newer greased cable to the left in the picture.  When splicing the two they are braided together, making a strong bond.

Matty Splicing Wire Cable, originally uploaded by captjoe06.

Myron Lepine’s Topsfield Fair Judges Criteria Sheet

What you are looking at is a Judges Criteria Sheet for The Topsfield Fair.   Myron Lepine took home 4 or 5 ribbons this year and if you click on the picture and then select “all sizes”  you can read all the criteria used for judging awards.  In the top right hand corner you can also see 1st place awarded.  Congratulations Myron!

Cape Ann Community Cinema Part II

The second part of my interview with Robert Newton, director of the Cape Ann Community Cinema.  Rob explains film selection and what the project is all about in the lobby at the 267 East Main Street Location.

Things To Do- Cove Gallery Exhibition October 17th

Looking for something to do Friday night?   Check out The Cove Gallery Opening Reception for GMG friend Kurt Ankeny-Beauchamp and Pia Juhl Nadel.  You can check out The Cove Gallery’s website by clicking this text