Vineyard native Taylor Toole will premiere his latest film, “Jimmy Was a Carpenter,” at the Martha’s Vineyard Film Center on Saturday, April 12. A murder mystery and romantic thriller, the new film is set on the Island and stars local actors. “I’m very excited to be showing it for the first time on Martha’s Vineyard,” […]
The mood of ‘The Past’ may be melancholy, but it offers a clear-eyed look at the fallout from family dysfunction.
The annual event made Chilmark a lively place this past weekend.
“The Overnighters,” an apt title for the Film Festival movie that almost missed the boat.
Viewers of the M.V. Film Festival will choose the final cut of this intensely personal film.
Premiering this week: “The Square,” “Tim’s Vermeer,” and “Elaine Stritch – Shoot Me.”
Hank Brennan will lead discussion at the Film Festival documentary “Whitey: USA v. James J. Bulger.”
“Everyone’s Going to Die” and “The Best Offer” play at M.V. Film Center.
New additions this year include repeated screenings and multiple event locations.
The Martha’s Vineyard Film Center bash drew local film fans to watch the Academy Awards on the big screen.