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A mantra of oms lies at the heart of "Lotus Feet," a play by Michael Domitrovich, certain to pack The Vineyard Playhouse on Monday, Aug. 22.
"The Presumption of Guilt" is a documentary based on Oak Bluffs summer resident Charles Ogletree's 2010 best seller book of the same name.
Novelist, poet, and Chilmark summer resident Sue Guiney's novel, "A Clash of Innocents," tells a story of life in modern Cambodia.
Emotions ran high at a Q&A session following a sneak preview of the documentary, "Cape Spin: An American Power Struggle," on August 2.
Two music documentaries, an intriguing sports-history film, and a repeat showing of the "Charlotte" headline the coming week's summer series.
MVAAFF enters its ninth year on the Vineyard when it opens Tuesday, Aug. 9. The Festival runs for five days, ending on Saturday, Aug. 13.
Filmgoers can enjoy two Island-relevant documentaries and an Israeli romantic comedy at the Island's summer film series this coming week.
Three high-quality movies will keep the Island's film buffs busy this coming week: "Page One," "Anita," and "Le Quattro Volte."
The 33-year-old Czech Republic native has taught herself how to dance with fire in performances that are dramatic and beautiful.
Three very different films, each putting a face on the complex world of the Middle East, will play on-Island in the coming week.
The Martha's Vineyard Film Society opens its summer series on July 12 with Werner Herzog's "Cave of Forgotten Dreams" at Union Chapel in Oak Bluffs.
Oceanographer Sylvia Earle will join MVFF for scenes from "Mission Blue," Menemsha summer resident Bob Nixon's documentary-in-progress.
Chilmark's Martha's Vineyard Film Festival (MVFF) launches its regular adult summer series on Wednesday, June 29, with "Buck."
The Summer Institute Film Series of the Martha's Vineyard Hebrew Center starts its season with "Wo Ai Ni, Mommy" ("I Love You" in Mandarin).
Western civilization has already produced between 200,000 and 300,000 tons of nuclear waste, and that amount is growing rapidly.
About to enter its second year, the Martha's Vineyard Institute of Creative Writing plans to provide training this summer to 23 individuals looking for craft-based lessons in improving their writing and getting published.
When veteran Israeli documentary-maker Nili Tal turned 60, she decided it was time to partner up again after years as a single woman.
Get ready to meet Barney Panofsky, the Montreal-based, lovable bupkis who charms and disarms, in the comedy, "Barney's Version," screening at the Katharine Cornell Theatre on Saturday, May 28, under the auspices of the Martha's Vineyard Film Society.
A family road trip turns into a disaster of comic — if hardly epic — proportions in the British comedy, "Bomber," playing at the Katharine Cornell Theatre on Saturday, May 14, with the Martha's Vineyard Film Society.
Mother's Day weekend brings two cinematic love notes about women to the Island.