Community Is Once Again the Star of Annual Film Festival
Louisa Hufstader
The 18th Martha’s Vineyard Film Festival began with sold-out screenings of the drama Chappaquiddick and wrapped up a weekend of surprises with romantic comedy Keep the Change.
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Film Festival Surprise as Amy Schumer Introduces Patti Cake$
Louisa Hufstader
The audience at Saturday’s screening of Patti Cake$ at the Martha’s Vineyard Film Festival got a pre-show bonus when Amy Schumer introduced a clip from her upcoming comedy, I Feel Pretty.
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Packed Houses Greet Chappaquiddick Premiere at Film Festival
Louisa Hufstader
The Martha’s Vineyard Film Festival began on Thursday night with a premiere of the film Chappaquiddick. Two screenings were held at Edgartown Cinemas to sold-out audiences.
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Winter Doldrums? Film Festival to the Rescue
Holly Pretsky
The Martha's Vineyard Film Festival, now in its 18th year, begins on Thursday, March 15 with a screening of Chappaquiddick at the Edgartown Cinema.
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Chappaquiddick Movie Will Open Martha's Vineyard Film Festival
Sara Brown

Chappaquiddick, the upcoming movie that revisits Sen. Edward M. Kennedy’s 1969 car crash, will open the 2018 Martha’s Vineyard Film Festival on March 15.

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Filmmaking for a Better World
Dylan D’Haeze is a 14-year-old filmmaker on a mission. Already, at his young age, he has produced a series of documentaries called Kids Can Save the Planet.
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Film Festival Receives Filmmaking Grant
The Martha’s Vineyard Film Festival has received a three-year grant to create a filmmaking department.
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Documentary Captures Melancholy Mood of a Vineyard Winter
Heather Hamacek
Susanna Styron's 1976 film Suspended Sentence will play on Wednesday, August 23, at the Chilmark Community Center.
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New Source Material Ignites Viet Nam
Steve Myrick

In an epic 18-hour documentary series, filmmakers Ken Burns and Lynn Novick explore the Viet Nam War.

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Film Revisits Ferguson's Front Line
Steve Myrick

The film is stark, raw, profane, and angry. It is also a snapshot of a flash point in one community and documentation of a tragedy that sparked a protest movement.

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