More than Movies, Film Festival Is Antidote for Binge Watch Blues
Landry Harlan
The 19th annual Martha’s Vineyard Film Festival kicks off Thursday night with a screening of Children of Bal Ashram.
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When the Press Becomes the Story
Noah Asimow
Director Liz Garbus was asked after a screening of her series The Fourth Estate how she got such great access to the New York Times.
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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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Running Away to Join the Cinema Circus
Katherine Gianni
For the past decade the Chilmark Community Center has been transformed on Wednesday summer evenings into Cinema Circus, a wonderland of films and fun for kids under the big top.
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Striking Upbeat Notes, John Kerry Urges Activism
Holly Pretsky

The former Secretary of State came to the Oak Bluffs Tabernacle Saturday night with a message of optimism about the future of the country.

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A Brave Audience Watches Jaws on the Water
Landry Harlan
They came by foot, by dinghy, by kayak and paddleboard for a free outdoor screening of Jaws in Owen Park.
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Student Filmmakers Reach Across the Divide
Katherine Gianni
The Martha's Vineyard Film Festival recently took five West Tisbury seventh graders on a road trip to the Midwest to create a documentary by talking to peers about life, politics and how to get along.
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Film Festival Expands
The Martha’s Vineyard Film Festival has hired Noavakay Knight, Ollie Becker and Danielle Mulcahy to expand the organization’s team.
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