A joyous read for Gloucester and movie fans everywhere, Gloucester Daily Times front page serves as a beacon to the triple Oscar winning film CODA with great reporting by Ethan Forman and Gail McCarthy and photographs by Paul Bilodeau.
REPORTER Ethan Forman
Ethan Forman’s piece features multiple local interviews, businesses and locales.
“…CODA did not turn to special effects to tell the story on the water. Instead, it turned Capt. Paul Vitale’s 50 foot fishing vessel Angela + Rose into a working movie set in August and September of 2019.”Ethan Forman. Gloucester Daily Times, March 30, 2022 | Read the complete article here
REPORTER GAIL MCCARTHY
“This is Our Moment”: Deaf Community Celebrates 3 Oscar Wins for ‘CODA’
Gail McCarthy continues her excellent CODA chronicling
“Gloucester is at the center of an independent film that sent not a ripple, but a tidal wave throughout the Deaf community with its message being heard at the White House and around the world.
The cinematic pebble that started that ripple was the film “CODA,” which stands for Child of Deaf Adult(s), but coda is a term often linked more to the music world than the Deaf community.
That began to change Sunday night…”Gail McCarthy, Gloucester Daily Times, March 30, 2022 read the full article here
See prior Gail McCarthy piece here
**updated: correction brain freeze – apologies for crediting Sean Horgan instead of Ethan Forman in the first pass! Sorry Ethan**