Human Rights Documentary
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 West Tisbury Library.
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A Deep Dive Into the Life, Creativity of Miles Davis
Louisa Hufstader
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: Birth of the Cool.
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For Scott Frank Staying True to the Process Is the Only Constant
Bill Eville
Scott Frank's Netflix series Godless won three Emmy awards. He says he gets more writing done on the Vineyard than anywhere else.
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Cinema of the World Opens Minds
Katherine Gianni
Mr. Paradise gears up to host the 13th annual Martha’s Vineyard International Film Festival.
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Traveling Back Across the Universe
Director Julie Taymor and composer Elliot Goldenthal will help take Vineyard audiences back to the 1960s as they present and discuss their film Across the Universe, first released in 2007.
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Livingston Taylor Film Screening
The Martha’s Vineyard Film Center will host a special screening on Wednesday, August 22 of the new documentary about Livingston Taylor.
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Maynard Jackson Jr. Film Inspires Conversation of Color
Katherine Gianni
After screening of Maynard at the Martha’s Vineyard African American Film Festival, Maynard “Buzz” Jackson 3rd and his wife, Wendy Eley Jackson spoke on a panel with Vernon Jordan and current Atlanta mayor Keisha Lance Bottoms.
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African American Film Festival Raises the Bar for Art, Conversation
Holly Pretsky
Featured speakers at the Martha’s Vineyard African American Film Festival, running from August 6 to 11, are Spike Lee and Barry Jenkins, screenwriter and director of Academy Award winning film, Moonlight.
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Filmmaker Follows Her Heart and Head
Landry Harlan

A phone call from her daughter thrust filmmaker and seasonal resident Susanna Styron into her new documentary, Out of My Head.

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