The 16th Woods Hole Film Festival, which showcases and promotes "the work of independent filmmakers from New England," will open Saturday with re-mastered 1971 doc "Blue Water, White Death," which is being released on DVD on July 31st by MGM and inspired Peter Benchley to pen "Jaws." This year's program will present 123 films, including 33 feature length narrative films and documentaries and nine short film programs. For more information, visit the festival's website. [Brian Brooks]