Film Blasts Human Rights Violations
Louisa Hufstader

When she’s not home on Martha’s Vineyard, Angela Andersen is crisscrossing the globe as an international journalist for television networks in Germany.

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Somali Candidate Poised for Congress
Noah Asimow
On August 14, Ilhan Omar, a five-foot-tall Somali immigrant, became the second Muslim woman to win a major party primary in a federal election.
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Local, National Heroes Shine in Wounded Warriors Documentary
Noah Asimow
A National Geographic documentary screening at Menemsha Beach placed American Heroes Saltwater Challenge at center stage.
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When Personal Stories Lead the Way
Noah Asimow
Academy Award winning actor Chris Cooper and his wife, actress and writer Marianne Leone Cooper, have played many roles their lives.
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Following the Truth, Wherever It Leads
Landry Harlan
The film, Say Her Name: The Life and Death of Sandra Bland, will be shown on Thursday, August 2 at the Film Center as part of Documentary Week.
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Dream Girl Film Follows Female Entrepreneurs

The Martha’s Vineyard Women’s Association is hosting the documentary Dream Girl at the Performing Arts Center on Monday, July 30.

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Shining A Light on the Gay Head Light
Steve Myrick

When the Gay Head Lighthouse had to be moved, it seemed natural for Liz Witham and Ken Wentworth to make a film about it.

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Breaking the Color Barrier in the SEC
Bill Eville
Triumph: the Untold Story of Perry Wallace, tells the story of a the first African American to play basketball in the Southeastern conference.
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New Documentary Goes Deep with Mister Rogers
Steve Myrick

Filmmaker Morgan Neville's new documentary explores an unseen side of Fred Rogers, with lots of archival footage of his programs.

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Documentary Shows Roots of an Artist's Inspiration
Katherine Gianni
The Agricultural Hall was filled with friends and admirers to watch the film about Allen Whiting called A Painter Who Farms.
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