All tickets available at the box office from 10 a.m. to 9 p.m. and Sunday 10 a.m. to 4 p.m. located at the Mansion House on Main street. All seats that are not claimed 10 minutes before show time will be sold on a first come, first served basis. For details, call 774-392-2972 or check at the box office. Unless otherwise noted, films cost $10; $7 for film society members and children age 14 and under.


2 p.m. Tuya’s Marriage, Capawock Theatre. Director: Quanan Wang. Drama/Romance, China, 86 min.

2 p.m. El Violin, Vineyard Playhouse. Director and Writer: Francisco Vargas. Drama, Mexico, 98 min.

4 p.m. Gucha (aka Distant Trumpet), Capawock Theatre. Director: Dusan Milic. Comedy/Drama/Musical, Serbia/Germany, 94 min.

4 p.m. A Friend of Mine, Vineyard Playhouse. Director: Sebastian Schipper. Comedy/Drama, Germany, 84 min.

6 p.m. Reel Food MV at Saltwater Restaurant and Takeaway Beach Road. To celebrate and support local farmers. Screening of International Shorts following dinner at restaurant. Tickets: $100.

7 p.m. Mio Fratello è Figlio Unico (aka My Brother is an Only Child), Capawock Theatre. Director: Daniele Luchetti. Comedy/Crime/Drama, Italy, 108 min, Rated R.

7 p.m. Shot in Bombay, Katharine Cornell Theatre. Director: Liz Mermin. Documentary, UK, 96 min.

7 p.m. The Listening Project, Vineyard Playhouse. Directors: Joel Weber and Dominic Howes Q & A. Documentary, USA, 84 min.

9 p.m. Up the Yangtze, Capawock Theatre. Director: Yung Chang. Documentary, Canada, 93 min.

9 p.m. All Roads Film Festival Selected Shorts, Katharine Cornell Theatre. Introduction by Woody Vanderhoop. Director Billy Luther.

9 p.m. Priceless, Vineyard Playhouse. Director: Pierre Salvadori. Romantic Comedy, France, 104 min. Introduction by Marty Nadler.

9 p.m. Bollywood Nights, Che’s Lounge. Duck into the Bollywood inspired tented area and boogie to the world beats of DJ Di. Sweet bites by the Scottish Bake House. Tickets: $20


10 to 11 a.m. Morning Coffee at Belushi Pisano Gallery. Filmmakers and Festival Pass-holders only.

10 a.m. to 2 p.m. Make a Splash with Project Wet at Owen Park

2 p.m. Reprise, Capawock Theatre. Director: Joachim Trier. Drama, Norway, 107 min.

2 p.m. We Are Wizards, Katharine Cornell Theatre. Director: Josh Koury Documentary, USA, 79 min. Join Josh Koury afterwards for a Q& A.

2 p.m. Kassim the Dream, Vineyard Playhouse. Director: Kief Davidson. Documentary, USA/Uganda, 87 min.

4 p.m. Persepolis, Capawock Theatre. Directors: Vincent Paronnaud and Marjane Satrapi. Animation/biography/grama, France/USA, 89 min, PG-13.

4 p.m. Full Battle Rattle, Vineyard Playhouse. Join Directors Tony Gerber and Jesse Moss at the screening. Documentary, USA, 85 min.

4 to 6 p.m. Afternoon Arts Stroll, Vineyard Haven Take a beak from film and enjoy the fine art scene of downtown Vineyard Haven.

4:30 to 7 p.m. Think Globally, Shot Locally, Vineyard Playhouse. To celebrate established and budding Vineyard media creators, the Film Festival and Liz Witham and Ken Wentworth host a forum of Island filmmakers’ works-in-progress, trailers, short films and film clips. Tickets: $5.

5 to 6 p.m. Meet Ellen Kuras, director of The Betrayal at the Louisa Gould Gallery, 54 Main street.All-access pass holders, filmmakers, The Betrayal ticket holders only.

6 to 8 p.m. Meet Animator Bill Plympton at Beetlebung Coffehouse

All-access pass holders, filmmakers

7 p.m. Nerakhoon (aka The Betrayal), Capawock Theatre. Join Directors Ellen Kuras and Thavisouk Phrasavath.

Documentary, USA/Laos, 96 min.

7 p.m. Blindsight, Katharine Cornell Theatre. Director: Lucy Walker. Documentary/Adventure, UK, 104 min, PG.

7 p.m. Chansons d’amour (Love Songs), Vineyard Playhouse. Director: Christophe Honoré. Drama/Musical, France, 100 min.

9 p.m. My Winnepeg, Capawok. Director: Guy Maddin. Docu-Drama, Canada, 80 min, Rated PG.

9 p.m. Animation Shorts, Katharine Cornell Theatre. Join animators Bill Plympton, Signe Baumane and Patrick Smith. 55 min.

9 p.m. The Orchestra of Piazza Vittorio, Vineyard Playhouse. Director: Agostino Ferrente. Documentary, Italy, 93 min. Introduction by Kate Taylor.

9 p.m. to 12:30 a.m. Party at The Oyster Bar, Circuit avenue, Oak Bluffs. Tickets: $30.


10 to 11 a.m. Good Morning Coffee, Che’s Lounge. Filmmakers and Festival Pass-holders only.

Noon: Flow, For Love of Water, Capawock Theatre. Join Director Irena Salina and Producer Matt Parker at the screening. Documentary, USA, 93 min.

Noon: Razzle Dazzle, Katharine Cornell Theatre. Director: Darren Ashton. Comedy/Musical, Australia, 95 min. Rated PG.

1:30 to 2:30 p.m. Meet Author William E. Marks at Louisa Gould Gallery.

2 p.m. Jellyfish, Capawock Theatre. Directors: Shira Geffen and Etgar Keret. Drama, Israel, 78 min.

2 p.m. Beyond the Call, Katharine Cornell Theatre. Director: Adrian Belic. Documentary, USA/Afghanistan, 82 min. Not Rated.

2 p.m. International Short Film Program, Vineyard Playhouse

4 p.m. Intimate Stories, Capawock Theatre. Director: Martin Rejtman.

Comedy, Argentina, 90 min.

4 p.m. Bushi no Ichibun (aka Love and Honor), Katharine Cornell Theatre. Director: Yôji Yamada. Drama/Romance, Japan, 121 min, PG-13.

4 p.m. The Flight of the Red Balloon, Vineyard Playhouse. Director: Hsiao-hsien Hou. Drama, France, 113 min. Introduction by John Anderson, film journalist for Variety.

5:30 to 8 p.m. Closing Party at Vineyard Haven Marina. The live music of Ballywho: the bluegrass sextet comes together in a spirit of genuine bonhomie to stir up a hollerin’ good time. Tickets: $15.