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.
A new movie about the late Sen Ted Kennedy’s infamous Chappaquiddick accident has caused an uptick in tourist traffic to the small island off...
A two-minute clip of historic scenes were shot in and around Oak Bluffs by three different families between the early 1930s and early 1970s.
The Martha’s Vineyard Film Center will host the second annual Spectrum (LGBTQ+) Film Festival next weekend.
Matthew Heineman's new documentary series on Showtime, The Trade, tells the story of the heroin epidemic in America, from the poppy growers in Mexico...
The 18th Martha’s Vineyard Film Festival began with sold-out screenings of the drama Chappaquiddick and wrapped up a weekend of surprises with...

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Arts Briefs

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

This weekend the Filmusic Festival continues at the Film Center, 79 Beach Road in Vineyard Haven.

The film society is presenting its annual Filmusic Festival beginning Thursday, June 22.

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