Martha's Vineyard Film Center

Environmental Film Festival Looks at Problems and Solutions

This weekend’s Environmental Film Festival will highlight a range of topics, from big-game hunting to sustainable agriculture.

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.

When Your Office Is the Theatre

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.

LGBTQ Film Festival Aims for All Ages

The Spectrum Film Festival, at the Martha’s Vineyard Film Center April 27 through April 29, is the Island’s first cultural celebration of lesbian, gay, bisexual and transgender experiences.

WYOB-FM Benefit

WYOB-FM and the MV Film Society have teamed up to host a benefit screening of Marley.

Documentary Takes Deep Dive into Seas of Plastic Waste

A Plastic Ocean, a documentary film showing at the film center Jan. 19, shows plastic waste in the ocean is not just an Island problem.

Vineyard Voices on Film

The oral history collection, Vineyard Voices curated by Linsey Lee at the Martha’s Vineyard Museum, has been an Island staple for many years now.

Documentary Week Proves Again That Truth Can Be Stranger Than Fiction

On Monday night, The Wolfpack opened Documentary Week at the Martha's Vineyard Film Center. The movie tells the true story of six brothers who were raised trapped within the confines of their cramped Lower East Side apartment, locked up by their father.

Documentary Week Arrives at Film Center

Five films will be screened from August 3 to 7 at the Martha’s Vineyard Film Center as part of its first annual Documentary Week.

Following the Story Leads to Scary Places

Watching Matthew Heineman’s new documentary Cartel Land is like visiting a meth lab in the desert on a dark night, being caught in the middle of a shootout between Mexican vigilantes and a drug cartel, and being a witness to torture.

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