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"Queen of the Sun," a lushly photographed documentary on the vanishing of bees, and "Even the Rain," the Spanish tale of a movie crew filming in Bolivia while a real-life demonstration goes on, will both play Saturday, March 26, on the Vineyard.
Look for 35 cozy sofas in the Chilmark Community Center this weekend, lined up for the 11th annual Martha's Vineyard Film Festival.
As Republican governors push to cripple unions in some states, "Made in Dagenham," coming to the Capawock Theatre on March 12, will remind moviegoers of how a small group of women union workers in England called Ford Motor Company to account in a 1968 strike for equal pay.
Filmgoers can escape the winter doldrums this weekend by watching two charming cinematic fantasies.
The Martha's Vineyard Film Festival (MVFF) and Benjamin Hall of the Capawock Theatre are collaborating to bring the Oscar-nominated documentary "Inside Job" to the Capawock on Saturday, Feb.
On deck this weekend for Vineyard filmgoers are the Oscar-nominated animated shorts, presented Saturday, Feb.
Film enthusiasts can look forward to two movie events this weekend.
The Martha's Vineyard Film Festival (MVFF) is offering a better option than hibernation for Island families this weekend.
Soldiers returning from Iraq and Afghanistan land first in Bangor, Maine, often in the middle of the night.
Make sure you have a full stomach before going to watch "Kings of Pastry," playing at the Martha's Vineyard Hebrew Center on Saturday, Jan.
Snow falls picturesquely at the chilly upstate New York cabin where 30-somethings Alex and Alice are hosting a New Year's Eve party.
Opening the New Year with a tripleheader, MVFF will begin with a program of animated and live-action shorts for children as part of their winter series, Family. Film. Feast.
"Tom and Jack: The Intertwined Lives of Thomas Hart Benton and Jackson Pollock" by Henry Adams, Bloomsbury, 2009, 390 pp.
Island filmgoers have a choice of two film events this weekend.
The two central characters in Alexandra Codina's film, "Monica & David," bring more than the ordinary number of obstacles to a successful marriage, but lack of love is certainly not one of them.
Stanless Steel is one of the strongest men in the world. See him, in film, at the Katharine Cornell Theatre Nov. 13 in Zach Levy's documentary, "Strongman."
Two years of artwork by children ages three to eight done at Featherstone Center for the Arts has been combined into a book, "Animals A-Z."
The Martha's Vineyard Film Society will bring the award-winning French film, "Father of My Children," to the Katharine Cornell Theatre on Saturday, Nov.
Phoebe Potts, "Good Eggs: A Memoir," HarperCollins, 2010, 251 pp.
Australian filmmaker Warwick Thornton captures a segment of his nation's Aborigine culture with heartbreaking beauty in "Samson and Delilah," playing Saturday, October 16, at the Katharine Cornell Theatre.