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Almodóvar reaches new heights in ‘Pain and Glory’ 

Pedro Almodóvar’s latest film, “Pain and Glory,” is playing at the M.V. Film Center. Without being showy, it is a tour de force. Antonio...

The remarkable Harriet Tubman comes to life at the Film Center

“Harriet,” a celebration of Harriet Tubman, is now playing at the M.V. Film Center. It’s about time Hollywood produced a film about this legendary...

Judith Neeld’s ‘Collected Poems’

In the pantheon of Vineyard poets, the late Judith Neeld reigns. Her “Collected Poems” illustrates how broad her reach and how deep her vision...

‘More News Tomorrow’

Vineyard summer resident Susan Richards Shreve reaches into the past in her latest novel, “More News Tomorrow,” published this summer. It is a story...

Traveling back to the Sixties with one of music’s greats

Playing at the M.V. Film Center, “David Crosby: Remember My Name,” takes the viewer on a trip back to the late Sixties with rock...

Newest Film Center festival is Women in Film

The Island’s first annual Women in Film Festival comes to the M.V. Film Center on Friday, Oct. 25, Saturday, Oct. 26, and Sunday, Oct....

Comedian Jimmy Tingle will tickle funny bones at Film Center

Politics and humor are on board at the M.V. Film Center Saturday, Oct.19. Boston comedian Jimmy Tingle will bring his latest one-man show, “20/20...

A handmade tale at Chilmark Pottery

For Chilmark Pottery, this September proved better than high-season July. Owner Geoffrey Borr attributes the fact to climate change, finding that weather is the...

‘The Bra’ and ‘Judy’ playing at the Film Center

“The Bra,” one of the favorites from September’s International Film Festival, returns to the M.V. Film Center this weekend. Directed by the German filmmaker...

Journalist Molly Ivins raised hell and told it like is

Opening at the M.V. Film Center on Friday, Oct. 4, is “Raise Hell: The Life and Times of Molly Ivins.” The Texas journalist loved...

Manhattan Short Festival screens 10 of the best short films for votes

Ten of the best film shorts from around the world will be screened on the Vineyard at the Martha’s Vineyard Film Center daily, from...

Back to merry old England for ‘Downton Abbey’

“Downton Abbey” is back, this time as a movie that opens Friday, Sept. 20, at the M.V. Film Center after a sold-out preview last...

Christina Gallery has the same fine art at its new location

The Christina Gallery is now located at 5 Winter St., three doors from its longtime location on the corner of Winter Street and North...

Art co-op Night Heron Gallery features 11 local artists this year

Vineyard Haven’s Night Heron Gallery offers an abundant variety of work by some of the Island’s best local artists and craftsmen. They include jeweler...

Meet one of the most successful recording stars in history

“Linda Ronstadt: The Sound of My Voice” tells the story of one of our most successful living recording stars. It plays at the M.V....

International Film Festival spotlights other cultures

Now in its 14th year, the M.V. International Film Festival, playing through Sunday, Sept. 8, brings a welcome bounty of foreign films to the...

Cousen Rose ends the season with a retrospective

Cousen Rose Gallery in Oak Bluffs ends the season with a retrospective that showcases most of its 17 artists. “This was an incredible summer...

Gail Rodney exhibits watercolors, pastels, oils, and collages at Old Sculpin

Longtime Old Sculpin Gallery painter Gail Rodney completes her exhibition of 20 works on Thursday, August 29, and Friday, August 30. This artist works...

Around the world with six days of films

Now in its 14th year, the International Film Festival put on by the M.V. Film Society welcomes the end of the summer season with...

A Civil War sword brings claims the South won in ‘Sword of Trust’

“Sword of Trust,” a goofy satire, opens at the Capawock on Friday, August 23. Viewers may recognize director Lynne Shelton for her mumblecore film,...