All you need to travel the world this week is a seat at the Martha’s Vineyard Film Center for this year’s international film festival.
The annual Martha’s Vineyard International Film Festival, now gearing up for its ninth run, is from Tuesday, Sept. 2, through Sunday, Sept. 7.
Two years ago, the Martha’s Vineyard Film Society was what founder and executive director Richard Paradise calls a “gypsy organization.”
Twelve Disciples of Nelson Mandela, a 2005 documentary film by Thomas Allen Harris, will screen at the Oak Bluffs Public Library on August 19.
It isn’t Kansas, but Owen Park in Vineyard Haven will work nicely for the outdoor screening of The Wizard of Oz at 8 p.m. on Friday, August 15.
Satchel Paige and the Kansas City Swing opens this weekend at the Martha’s Vineyard Playhouse. If you like jazz with your baseball, this show is for...
The final dinner and a movie offering for the summer season of the Martha’s Vineyard Film Festival at the Chilmark Community Center will be Wednesday...
Cinema Circus finishes its summer season in Oak Bluffs this Sunday, August 17, from noon to 6 p.m. at Cottagers' Corner, by Hartford Park.
In 2010, Island-raised filmmaker Victoria Campbell travelled to Haiti after the 7.0 magnitude earthquake devastated parts of the country.

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