Screen Time Is the Right Time at Martha's Vineyard Film Festival

The Martha’s Vineyard Film Festival is back for another season, this time with twice the programming. In addition to the usual Wednesday night screenings, the festival will have Monday night double features.

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How Ellie the Elephant Got Her Groove Back
For five years, Ellie the Elephant has delighted children and adults at the Martha’s Vineyard Film Festival’s Cinema Circus. Time took its toll, however, leaving Ellie in need of rehabilitation.
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Film Festival Brings Community Together for Weekend of Films and Conversation
The 17th Martha’s Vineyard Film Festival celebrated determined souls in a four-day program that brought full houses and standing ovations for Dolores Huerta, Bill Nye and others.
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Film Festival Brings Art and Conversation to Chilmark

The Martha’s Vineyard Film Festival begins on March 16 and runs through Sunday, March 19 with a full schedule of feature films and documentaries.

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Film Festival Sells West Tisbury Property That Sparked Uproar

The West Tisbury property that was at the center of a furor last spring when it was bought by the Martha’s Vineyard Film Festival has been sold again, this time to a daughter of the previous owner.

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Still Dreaming, Still Working; the People's Intellectual Walks the Walk
Noam Chomsky, widely known as one of the most influential thinkers, offered his thoughts on a variety of pressing issues Monday at the Tabernacle.
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Film Festival Buys West Tisbury Property, But Will Resell

The Martha’s Vineyard Film Festival Wednesday took ownership of the Walsh property in West Tisbury, but announced that it would resell the property, possibly to a neighbor group that is a potential buyer.

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Historic Commission Weighs In Over MVFF Property Purchase

The West Tisbury historic district commission has joined town selectmen and many others in raising concerns about plans by the Martha’s Vineyard Film Festival to relocate.

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West Tisbury Selectmen Urge MVFF Board to Reconsider Property Purchase

In a letter, selectmen urged directors for the Martha’s Vineyard Film Festival to reconsider a plan to buy property off Old County Road.

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Amid Uproar, MVFF Says It Will Stay the Course on Property Purchase

Despite fierce opposition, Martha’s Vineyard Film Festival leaders said they intend to follow through with plans to buy a tract of residential farmland in West Tisbury.

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