The 2013 season of the Woods Hole Film Festival Winter Film Series Dinner & a Movie continues on Saturday with a screening of the documentary, “Ashbash: A Love Story” at the Captain Kidd Waterfront Dining Room.
For $25 per person, select from a preset menu starting at 5:30 PM. The screening begins approximately at 7:30. Reservations are required; call 508-548-8563 to reserve a table.
“Why aren’t you married?” This is the question that had stalked Ashley Norwood for years. “Ashbash” follows her journey of self-exploration from full-on panic over being single to her epiphany that she does not have to get married; that her single life and all the many relationships in it are worth celebrating—in style.
Ms. Norwood hosts “AshBash,” inviting 200 guests to the wedding reception she never had. She toasts herself (“I know, I know. There’s only a 50 percent chance this is going to work out”), lives out her dream of playing piano with a live band, and experiences her “first dance,” a hip-hop number she performs with her father.
Filmmakers Ashley Norwood and Heidi Sullivan will attend the screening in Woods Hole.