Virtually attending a film festival on Martha’s Vineyard has become a lot easier over the months since the pandemic first hit.
While its signature program was canceled due to the coronavirus pandemic, the Martha's Vineyard Film festival is now streaming its opening-night...
The Vineyard’s annual LGBTQ+ film festival is taking place online this weekend instead of at its home, the Martha’s Vineyard Film Center in Vineyard...
Given the current circumstances surrounding the pandemic, the Capawock and Strand theatres will go dark this summer, owner Mark Snider said Thursday.
Keepers of the Light, a documentary about the Gay Head Light, will be shown by American Public Television on public stations nationwide.
The 18th annual Martha’s Vineyard African American Film Festival will not take place on the Island this year.
The Martha’s Vineyard Film Society is streaming features online at mvfilmsociety.com. Some are free and others require an existing subscription or...
The Martha’s Vineyard Film Society’s Film Talk class, with managing director Bob Dutton, is moving to YouTube.
The Martha’s Vineyard Film Festival is postponing its festival scheduled for March 26 to 29 due to worries about the coronavirus pandemic.
Chad Verdi never painted houses. But as executive producer of the Oscar-nominated film, The Irishman, Mr. Verdi helped make it a household phrase.
It’s Oscar time again, with the 92nd annual Academy Awards red carpet rolling out on Sunday, Feb. 7.
Seasonal Vineyarder and documentary filmmaker Stanley Nelson premiered a new movie on ESPN about the quarterback Michael Vick.

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Born Into the Gig, by filmmakers Kate David and David Heilbroner, spotlights next-generation musicians including Sally Taylor and Ben Taylor.

Keepers of the Light, a documentary about the Gay Head Light, will be shown by American Public Television on public stations nationwide.

The 18th annual Martha’s Vineyard African American Film Festival will not take place on the Island this year.

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