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Three new photography exhibits at Featherstone Center for the Arts, Louisa Gould Gallery, and the WorkOut and Vineyard Tennis Center.
Rachel Weisz, who won an Oscar for her performance as Tessa in "The Constant Gardener," plays Hester, who is in a loveless marriage.
Family, friends and admirers will gather at 10 am on Saturday, June 9, at West Tisbury's Polly Hill Arboretum to honor the late Rose Treat.
New manager takes reins at the Old Sculpin Gallery in Edgartown.
To brighten their walls and enlighten the minds of patrons, Island libraries are exhibiting art and photography these days.
The 2011 French film "Declaration of War" takes that familiar trope about love and war and merrily turns it on its head.
A remarkable new documentary released in conjunction with Earth Day gives new meaning to the term globalization.
"Gerhard Richter – Painting" is an unprecedented and fascinating look at a world-class artist at work in his studio.
The Martha's Vineyard Film Society will screen "Passione" on Sunday, April 1, at the Katharine Cornell Theatre in Vineyard Haven.
"Rango" may have won the Oscar this year, but "Chico & Rita" deserved it too. It makes for a haunting combination of music, animation, & storytelling.
"Mademoiselle Chambon" plays March 3 with the Martha's Vineyard Film Society at the Katharine Cornell Theatre.
Set on the coast of Vancouver Island, "The Whale" narrates the real-life quest of a lonely orca killer whale for human friendship.
Two upcoming screenings of Oscar Nominated Shorts offer particularly welcome diversion for sufferers from post-Super Bowl blues.
Documentary fans have a movie banquet to look forward to this weekend, with screenings of "American Meat," "Sing Your Song," and "The Island King."
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.