In an epic 18-hour documentary series, filmmakers Ken Burns and Lynn Novick explore the Viet Nam War.
The film is stark, raw, profane, and angry. It is also a snapshot of a flash point in one community and documentation of a tragedy that sparked a...
This year’s Martha’s Vineyard African American Film Festival, August 7 to 12, is bringing heavy hitters including Kathryn Bigelow and Spike Lee to...
In pre-production stage for Automatic At Sea, writer/director Matthew Lessner saw a woman walking a dog along a Vineyard beach and was rendered...
Little has changed about Island Entertainment, Martha’s Vineyard’s only video store, since it was founded in 1986. It’s just that everything else...
I Am Jane Doe, a harrowing look at the sex trafficking industry, opens Documentary Week at the Martha’s Vineyard Film Center. The movie arrives on...
Emergency repairs to the crumbling Island Theatre have been completed, although a town-approved window for painting the building’s facade has come...
Three men, two guns, one wall. These are the bare bones of Doug Liman’s newest film, The Wall.
When Brad Silberling was 11 years old his father dropped him off at a movie theatre. The year was 1975 and the movie was Jaws. It changed young Brad’...

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