Agricultural Society Agrees to Sell Land to Film Festival
Holly Pretsky

The Martha’s Vineyard Agricultural Society is set to sell approximately 10 acres of its land in West Tisbury to the Martha’s Vineyard Film Festival, both organizations announced this week.

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It's a Wrap; Film Festival Satisfies and Leaves Them Wanting More
Louisa Hufstader
Amazing Grace closed the Martha's Vineyard Film festival which began on Thursday and screened 30 movies, including shorts. Music was a frequent theme.
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Film Festival Takes Audiences on a Ride Around the World
Louisa Hufstader
With two days remaining, the Martha’s Vineyard Film Festival has already taken audiences from New Orleans to Cuba, into a New York city courtroom, around the state of Texas and across the continent of India.
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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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