Dr. Ruth is 90 years old. That’s a whole lot of years of talking about sex.
When Richard Paradise is working the door (and most nights he is), arriving at the Martha's Vineyard Film Center for a movie is a little like walking...
For Ric Burns filmmaking is a collaborative journey. Last week at a screening of his work-in-progress documentary Driving While Black, even the...
Every seat in the Capawock Theatre was taken last week for an invitation-only advance screening of the new documentary by Stanley Nelson, Miles Davis...
On Wednesday, August 21, the Martha's Vineyard Film Festival continues its summer series with a new documentary by director Ric Burns entitled...
Each week the folks at Cinema Circus show a series of short films on Wednesday evening at the Chilmark Community Center.
At the Performing Arts Center Thursday, all seats were filled with more standing and sitting in the aisles for a conversation about Just Mercy, with...
Each week the folks at Cinema Circus show a series of short films on Wednesday evening at the Chilmark Community Center.
Martha's Vineyard resident Arnie Reisman's screenplay, Rembrandt Has Left the Building, co-written with Nat Segaloff, has won the grand prize at the...
The African American Film Festival begins August 5 at the Performing Arts Center. On August 8, Michael B. Jordan will take part in a conversation...
Each week the folks at Cinema Circus show a series of short films on Wednesday evening at the Chilmark Community Center.
This weekend The Exodus Institute in partnership with the Martha’s Vineyard Film Society will host Pursuing the Dream: Refugees and Migrant Film...

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Arts Briefs

Seasonal Vineyarder and documentary filmmaker Stanley Nelson premiered a new movie on ESPN about the quarterback Michael Vick.

he Martha’s Vineyard Film Festival has added several industry veterans to its board of directors.

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...

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