Provincetown fest takes on Wharf

Festival invests $650,000 in renovation

The Provincetown Film Festival has announced a $650,000 capital campaign to purchase and renovate the Whalers Wharf Cinema. The theater, located on Commercial Street in Provincetown, Mass., will cost $450,000. The additional $200,000 will go toward renovations, new equipment and operational costs. Fund-raisers will be held in Provincetown; Boston; New York; Ft. Lauderdale, Fla.; and elsewhere.

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