Color movies from vacationing on the Island in the 1940s were donated last year to the Martha’s Vineyard Museum. The online exhibit is called On the...
Ships in the Night, the third installment of the Hallmark channel’s Martha’s Vineyard mystery movie series based on the books by novelist Philip R....
The Martha's Vineyard Film Society has made several more movies available in its virtual film center.
It started like any other year for the Vineyard’s thriving arts scene, with a quiet, recuperative January as a promising 2020 unfolded. Two months...
Five years after a community campaign raised more than $1 million to renovate and reopen the Capawock and Strand, the two historic movie houses are...
Drive-in movies at the YMCA will continue, after Oak Bluffs selectmen gave a green light to the Martha’s Vineyard Film Festival Tuesday to keep the...
The Queen’s Gambit, a seven-part miniseries released Friday on Netflix, was written and directed by Scott Frank, a longtime seasonal resident of...
Driving While Black: Race, Space and Mobility in America, the newest documentary by filmmaker and seasonal Chilmark resident Ric Burns, is now airing...
Edgartown Cinemas is reopening for the weekend with recent movies and a Sunday-afternoon screening of Jaws.
Cancelled in March, the 20th Martha’s Vineyard Film Festival returns this week, with screenings that begin Thursday and run through the weekend at...
The duplex on Main street is opening for a second weekend with new films.
The Martha’s Vineyard International Film Festival returns Tuesday through Sunday, with 12 feature films from as many countries.

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Edgartown Cinemas is reopening for the weekend with recent movies and a Sunday-afternoon screening of Jaws.

The duplex on Main street is opening for a second weekend with new films.

Closed since March, the duplex on Main street will reopen with the new spy film Tenet, directed by Christopher Nolan.

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