The Bee Gees wrote over 1,000 songs and have 20 number one hits, many of which you know by heart as you pull out those disco moves while stuck in traffic or in the kitchen making dinner. It really is the best way to flow from stove to counter top to table setting, keeping the Night Fever alive and well.

That’s reason enough to head to the Martha’s Vineyard Film Center, where on Saturday, June 26 it will screen The Bee Gees, How Can You Mend a Broken Part as part of its Filmmusic Festival. The annual summer event is a feast for the eyes and ears. This year the festival hosts seven films, all about or inspired by music.

The festival opened Thursday night with Long Strange Trip, a documentary about the Grateful Dead, and closes on June 27 with Summer of Soul, the directorial debut of Questlove. Summer of Soul is a documentary about an event that took place during the summer of 1969, at the same time and just 100 miles south of Woodstock, but didn’t get nearly the press. The Harlem Cultural Festival included performances by Nina Simone, B.B. King, Sly and the Family Stone, The 5th Dimension, Gladys Knight & the Pips, Stevie Wonder, Mahalia Jackson. The shows were filmed by Hal Tulchin but much of the footage remained unreleased — until now.

Los Hermanos tells the story of two Cuban-born brothers, both musicians but living in very different worlds: one in Havana the other New York city. Ronnies, with an introduction by MVY radio’s legendary jazz deejay Dave Kish, chronicles the life of saxophonist Ronnie Scott.

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