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Finnish-born director Aki Kaurismaki captures perfectly the droll French humor in his charmer, "Le Havre."
"The Names of Love" delivers a dizzying mix of sexual farce, political commentary, and satire.
A special sneak preview of "We Need to Talk about Kevin."
"Another Earth" and "The Interrupters" screened by Island film organizations this Friday and Saturday.
"Circumstance" takes the viewer into modern-day Iran, where sexual oppression continues but another hidden world exists.
An Italian thriller with more twists and turns than a pretzel and more than a tinge of horror.
A look at the voice behind Elmo, plus a bit on Vineyard Haven Library's Silent Film Series.
On-Island viewings of "Losing Control" and "Sholem Aleichem" this weekend.
North Carolina-raised former beauty queen Joyce McKinney is the remarkable subject of Errol Morris's latest film, "Tabloid."
Despite the soft ending, "Con Artist" gives the viewer a great ride.
Sponsored by the M.V. Film Society, the festival's 10 finalists will play Sept. 23 and again Sept. 24 at Vineyard Haven's Katharine Cornell Theatre.
Ms. Entine will attend the Vineyard Haven screening, on October 11, and answer questions.
Twenty-five movies in four days. MV International Film Festival brings feature films from 15 to 20 different nations.
From start to finish, this poignant comedy will charm all but the most hard-hearted filmgoers.
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.