Jamie Craig, son of the late Edgartown author Philip R. Craig, was the featured speaker at the recent Tuesdays in the Newsroom event, discussing the...
In a new documentary Aquinnah filmmakers Liz Witham and Ken Wentworth are following the journey of right whale calves.
he Martha’s Vineyard Film Festival has added several industry veterans to its board of directors.
More than 30 years after fictional detective J.W. Jackson solved his first Martha’s Vineyard murder in a novel by Philip R. Craig, the story is...
Debuting this weekend at PathwaysARTS in the Chilmark Tavern, CinemaDance shows how two prominent art forms, dance and film, can come together to...
The Martha’s Vineyard Film Festival is dropping its plan to buy about 10 acres of land in West Tisbury from the Martha’s Vineyard Agricultural...
When she’s not home on Martha’s Vineyard, Angela Andersen is crisscrossing the globe as an international journalist for television networks in...
West Tisbury filmmaker Angela Anderson’s new documentary Inviolable – The Fight For Human Rights will be screened on Saturday, Sept. 28 at 3 p.m. at...
The final 10 short films have been culled from all over the world and now you get to decide which is the best.
The 14th annual Martha’s Vineyard International Film Festival took flight Thursday evening with a bee-themed opening party at the Film Center in...
The Martha’s Vineyard International Film Festival began on Tuesday and runs through the weekend.
On Saturday night, Dr. Ruth Westheimer took the stage of the Performing Arts Center to answer questions after a screening of the documentary Ask Dr....

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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.

It’s Oscar time again, with the 92nd annual Academy Awards red carpet rolling out on Sunday, Feb. 7.

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