The opening photograph in West Tisbury resident Max Skjöldebrand’s book of photography A Tale of Two Theaters, shows the Strand Theatre in drabby...
Filmmaker Morgan Neville's new documentary explores an unseen side of Fred Rogers, with lots of archival footage of his programs.
The Martha's Vineyard Film Festival recently took five West Tisbury seventh graders on a road trip to the Midwest to create a documentary by talking...
On Thursday evening, the film center in Vineyard Haven begins its sixth annual FilMusic festival.
The Agricultural Hall was filled with friends and admirers to watch the film about Allen Whiting called A Painter Who Farms.
A Tale of Two Theaters tells the story of the renovation of the Capawock and Strand theatres.
On June 9 the Martha’s Vineyard Film Festival will host a screening of A Painter Who Farms.
Local law firm Reynolds, Rappaport, Kaplan & Hackney, LLC recently hosted a screening at the film center of RBG, a documentary about Supreme...
Four years ago Richard Paradise programmed his first Environmental Film Festival on the Vineyard.

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Arts Briefs

The West Tisbury Library is hosting a screening of the documentary Brave New World — How Silicon Valley is Shaping our Future, and a discussion with...

The Martha’s Vineyard Film Society is hosting another Met Opera Live showing on Saturday, Nov. 18.

If watching live opera is in the blood, and the lungs, but the venues feel too far away from the Island, then you are in luck

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