Featured speakers at the Martha’s Vineyard African American Film Festival, running from August 6 to 11, are Spike Lee and Barry Jenkins,...
A phone call from her daughter thrust filmmaker and seasonal resident Susanna Styron into her new documentary, Out of My Head.
From a rowboat to the barges that have had more than one iteration through the years, the Chappaquiddick ferry is an Island institution all its own.
A National Geographic documentary screening at Menemsha Beach placed American Heroes Saltwater Challenge at center stage.
Academy Award winning actor Chris Cooper and his wife, actress and writer Marianne Leone Cooper, have played many roles their lives.
The film, Say Her Name: The Life and Death of Sandra Bland, will be shown on Thursday, August 2 at the Film Center as part of Documentary Week.
E.T. is landing in a field near you.
The Martha’s Vineyard Women’s Association is hosting the documentary Dream Girl at the Performing Arts Center on Monday, July 30.
For the past decade the Chilmark Community Center has been transformed on Wednesday summer evenings into Cinema Circus, a wonderland of films and fun...

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Arts Briefs

On Thursday evening, the film center in Vineyard Haven begins its sixth annual FilMusic festival.

On June 9 the Martha’s Vineyard Film Festival will host a screening of A Painter Who Farms.

Four years ago Richard Paradise programmed his first Environmental Film Festival on the Vineyard.

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