Outermost Radio (2015): Award-Winning Documentary about Provincetown Legendary Radio Station

An audience favorite at the Provincetown International Film Fest, WOMR has played many other festivals, winning awards along the way.
Both character and issue driven, the film takes an intimate look at WOMR, a community radio station in Provincetown, committed to keeping alive its central value, freedom of expression.
Broadcasting from the outermost region of Cape Cod, WOMR reaches beyond locals and tourists to a growing fan base around the world, redefining the concept of community.
For its passionate and quirky volunteer DJs and diehard listeners, Outermost Radio represents the essential soundtrack of their lives.
The feature introduces the people who bring their love of music, controversial points of view, and authenticity to the airwaves.
Written and directed by Alan Chebot from Boston-based Parallax Productions, this docu debuted at the Provincetown International Film Festival.
The film was selected and screened by the St. Louis Film Festival, The Hamptons Take 2 Documentary Festival, The Kansas International Film Festival, Idyllwild International Festival of Film, The International Filmmaker Festival of World Cinema, London, and the International Filmmaker Festival of World Cinema, San Tropez.
Outermost Radio also won Best Director honors at Idyllwild, WorldFest Houston’s Gold Remi award, and was a Silver Award Winner at the 2015 Spotlight Documentary Film Awards.