Familiar Topic, New Terrain for An Inconvenient Sequel
Alex Elvin
The new documentary An Inconvenient Sequel opened in theatres this summer, including a run at the Martha’s Vineyard Film Society that continues through August 30.
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Behind the Movie: Real Life Fighters
Bill Eville
I Am Jane Doe, a harrowing look at the sex trafficking industry, opens Documentary Week at the Martha’s Vineyard Film Center. The movie arrives on the Vineyard thanks to the efforts of Alexi Ashe Meyers and Rebecca Dince Zipkin.
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Environmental Film Festival Looks at Problems and Solutions
Chloe Reichel
This weekend’s Environmental Film Festival will highlight a range of topics, from big-game hunting to sustainable agriculture.
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Saving the Environment, One Film at a Time
The Martha’s Vineyard Film Society’s Environmental Film Festival opens on Thursday, May 25 with the Bullish Farmer.
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Vineyarders Share Perspectives at Spectrum Film Festival
Louisa Hufstader
The Spectrum Film Festival festival was the Vineyard’s first film festival to focus on the experiences of lesbian, gay, bisexual and transgender people.
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When Your Office Is the Theatre
Louisa Hufstader

Don’t ask Bob Dutton what he thinks of the latest movies. As managing director of three theatres for the Martha’s Vineyard Film Society, he rarely has a chance to sit down for long enough to take in a full-length feature.

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Vineyard Friends Add Local Flavor to Mike Nichols Documentary
Steve Myrick
A longtime visitor and summer resident, Mike Nichols’ love for Martha's Vineyard is well established among his many friends here. On Thursday, a new documentary about his life screens at the film center.
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Not Content to Just Enjoy Art, Couple Documents the Process
Louisa McCullough
Visions of Home: the Work of Heather Neill is an intimate portrait of the artist's life and work.
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Film Festival Helps Create a Community of World Travelers
Heather Hamacek
Whether traveling aboard a wooden sloop, laden with climbing gear or carrying traditional aboriginal spears, films from around the world are about to arrive on the Vineyard. The 10th annual Martha’s Vineyard International Film Festival officially begins on Thursday, Sept. 10.
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Inspiration in Flocks of Birds and Schools of Fish; Film Center Screens Films of Jacques Perrin
Megan Cerullo

This weekend the Martha’s Vineyard Film Society will host screenings of films by Jacques Perrin, the Oscar-winning producer, actor, director and member of France’s Legion of Honor. Mr. Perrin will travel from France to attend the festival.

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