As the wind power debate grabs the Vineyard’s attention, the Martha’s Vineyard Public Charter School invites the Island community to a...
Screening at the Katharine Cornell Theatre tonight, Feb. 19, is The Messenger, a powerful story of Will Montgomery, a war hero who upon...
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Film Follows History of Black Resorts Screening at the Katharine Cornell Theatre tonight, Feb. 12, is A Place of Our Own, a documentary...
Slow Food and Film Tonight, up-Islanders can enjoy dinner and a movie without crossing the West Tisbury town line, as Slow Food Martha’...
About 200 Islanders took in Saturday’s Family Film Feast event, the last in this successful new Martha’s Vineyard Film Festival’s winter...
Fans of hot chowder and classic movies will find something to cheer about with the Friends of the Chilmark Public Library’s winter Chowder...
Olivia
While other critics flocked to Utah for Sundance screenings, 10-year-old Olivia Knight took a few hours off her Chilmark School homework...
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Island Cineastes Start New Season Richard Paradise was named 2009’s best regional film festival director at last month’s...
Legendary film critic Pauline Kael wrote of The Black Stallion, “It may be the greatest children’s movie ever made” — and so it may be the...

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