Islanders' Film Plays Woods Hole Festival
Born Into the Gig, by filmmakers Kate David and David Heilbroner, spotlights next-generation musicians including Sally Taylor and Ben Taylor.
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Not Afraid to Go to the Dark Places
Louisa Hufstader
Liz Garbus has made a career of telling true stories. And the world has listened. Her roster of awards and distinctions includes multiple Emmy and Peabody awards and Oscar nominations since the late 1990s.
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From Meatpacking to Movies, It Pays Not to Cross the Line
Will Sennott
Chad Verdi never painted houses. But as executive producer of the Oscar-nominated film, The Irishman, Mr. Verdi helped make it a household phrase.
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Michael Vick Documentary
Seasonal Vineyarder and documentary filmmaker Stanley Nelson premiered a new movie on ESPN about the quarterback Michael Vick.
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Youth Knows Best, Just Ask Brea
Each week the folks at Cinema Circus show a series of short films on Wednesday evening at the Chilmark Community center.
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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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E.T. to Touch Down at the Drive-In

E.T. is landing in a field near you.

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Enjoy the Movie, Savor the Conversations
Holly Pretsky

In its 18th year, the Martha’s Vineyard Film Festival is still finding ways to push boundaries.

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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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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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